ANCORA VOI: Giovanna Belossi & Kaspar Ludwig

ANCORA VOI: Giovanna Belossi & Kaspar Ludwig

Online Viewing Room

Nov 2, 2023 7:00 PM


Dec 2, 2023 6:00 PM



Idastrasse 46

8003 Zürich

Mitwirkende Künstler
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We are thrilled to present you ANCORA VOI, our new project, which will revolutionize our exhibition space and reset some of the barriers determined by diversity within the arts' public. That said: Kulturfolger opens its doors to all species. The audience invited to participate in the exhibition is amplified, no longer limited to humans (who let's be honest, do not deserve this exclusivity). People and animals are welcome, dogs and friends, enter our immersive future and forget all the awkward moments when you felt excluded!In this unique immersive setting, conceived and created by Kaspar Ludwig especially for Kulturfolger, Giovanna Belossi explores the concept of Convivio, experimenting with collective imagery and the use of certain key words. Starting from them, we are absorbed in a maelstrom of associations, linguistics, ambivalence, continuity and discontinuity. We question the notions of rootedness to which we are accustomed.

Belossi Giovanna (1991) completed her Master at HEAD in Geneva in 2021. In her artistic practice, she endeavors to find a convergence point between different beliefs and languages. The various layers of her works allow us to question the vision of the image in a multilinear manner. She has participated in exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad, including: All Stars (Solo), Lausanne; Lemme, Sion; Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts (MCBA), Lausanne; Ecart at Art Basel (Duo), Basel; Centre Pompidou KANAL, Brussels; Limbo, Geneva; Lokal-int (Duo), Biel; and Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe.

Ludwig Kaspar (1989) completed his Master in Fine Arts at HGK FHNW, Basel in 2018. Fascinated by animism, Ludwig views many of his works as everyday, functional elements that he transforms and imbues with a unique life force, which is at the core of the art's singular power to ignite the spark of life in objects.

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