Bea Olrandi, Wohlhauser L’Avanspettacolo at Galerie Philippzollinger 

Bea Orlandi, Core Removing Machine, 2020, video installation (massage table and animation), 91 x 92 x 210 cm.

Arnaud Wohlhauser, Comment nos héros fragiles cherchent à grands coups d’épieu la fissure dans les jours de l’année formés en carré, 2020, cuts in calendar, 42 x 59 cm.
Arnaud Wohlhauser, 1:2 copy of stone table located in the hall of the Wiedikon train station, 2020, marble, granite stone, concrete, dust, ashes. A partly photocopied page that reads “erscheint hier die Vereinigung als zufällig, die Trennung als normal”, 48 x 65 x 39 cm
Bea Orlandi: Middle, Peeling Aparatus, 2020, video Installation (TV screen and metal pole), dimensions Variable. Floor, Augustine, 2020, felt patterned carpet, 500 x 400 cm. Right, The Love of Three Oranges, 2020, notebook and stickers, 30 x 21 cm
Bea Orlandi, The Love of Three Oranges, 2020, notebook and stickers, 30 x 21 cm. Floor, Augustine, 2020, felt patterned carpet, 500 x 400 cm.
Bea Orlandi, L’avanspettacolo, 2020, velvet curtains with printed pattern, dimensions variable.
Bea Olrandi, Wohlhauser L’Avanspettacolo . Installation view courtesy of the Galerie Philippzollinger v.
Bea Olrandi, Wohlhauser L’Avanspettacolo . Installation view courtesy of the Galerie Philippzollinger .

 

BEA ORLANDI, ARNAUD WOHLHAUSER

L’AVANSPETTACOLO

Jan 31 – Jan 30, 2023

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Curated by Olga Generalova

Press Release and photos courtesy of  Galerie Philippzollinger

 

My dear friend,

I send you here a little work of which no one could say that it has neither head nor tail, because, on the contrary, everything in it is both head and tail, alternately and reciprocally. Please consider what fine advantages this combination offers to all of us, to you, to me, and to the reader. We can cut wherever we like—me, my reverie, you, the manuscript, and the reader, his reading; for I don’t tie the impatient reader up in the endless thread of a superfluous plot. Pull out one of the vertebrae, and the two halves of this tortuous fantasy will rejoin themselves painlessly. Chop it up into numerous fragments, and you’ll find that each one can live on its own.

 

Your most affectionate,

 

L’ Avanspettacolo

Lexi Janz

Lexi Janz

Lexi is a contemporary art writer based out of NYC.

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