Andreas Brunner: I think out loud what I say quietly
Je pense tout haut ce que je dis tout bas – (I think out loud what I say quietly), outlines an exhibition wherein ambiguous elements form various sets of relations. With the demand for poetical relevance these sets of relations become vibrational processes in which signs are allowed to always carry more than one meaning, in which interpretation is both blurred and enriched by ambiguity. Through this negotiability, rational interpretation is devaluated and fully blossoms. This exhibition is inspired by the predictable effects of words and the limitation of language – it is a romantic outreach to reclaim reason as a matter of heart.
Andreas was born in 1988 in Zurich, Switzerland and lives and works in Reykjavik and Lucerne. He studied fine arts at Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts and did his postgraduate studies at the Iceland University of the Arts.
Over the past years, Andreas has developed a practice that is not particularly bound to a certain medium, but rather a consistent revising of concepts that can manifest in various forms. These concepts often refer to cultural development, creation of meaning, as well as perceptual concepts of time and materiality.
The exhibition is open daily from 14.00 – 17.00 until the 24. January with the number restrictions and infection control that are in force.