A groupshow with works by:
Morten K Jacobsen / Dora Maar / Tina Helen / Lea Porsager / Kasper Hesselbjerg / Masar Sohail / Sidsel Meineche Hansen / Jakob Jakobsen / Till Mycha / Liber Chronicarum / Rembrandt van Rijn and Hercules Segers / Ben Laposky / Charlotte Johannesson / Karl Otto Götz
Exhibitions space: Primer
Søren Andreasen invited the group of artist to do a show which was dealing with the printed matter
The liquid crystal ball that is the earth is ever changing, ever moving between its liquid and crystal forms, metaphors, dreams.1
Synthetics is an exhibition that explores histories of print technologies and their effects. It includes a page from one of the first publications to integrate illustrations and text, the Liber Chronicarum from 1493, as well as works by Rembrandt van Rijn and Hercules Segers, Dora Maar, Ben Laposky, Charlotte Johannesson, Karl Otto Götz, Jakob Jakobsen, Kasper Hesselbjerg, Lea Porsager, Masar Sohail, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Morten K. Jacobsen and Till Mycha.
The exhibition speculates on printed matter’s ability to shift the focus from origin to historical effect. Situated in the context of Aquaporin’s membrane coating technology – which immobilizes proteins onto a polymeric multilayer structure – Synthetics explores the interdependence of technology, semiotics and the human nervous system.