The Kunstverein group show sets out to explore questions pertaining to concepts of the human and inhuman. Being shown are works from around thirty Akademie Schloss Solitude scholarship recipients, current and former, created between the 1990’s and today.
Taking a central role here is an exploration of spatial and societal acts of inclusion and exclusion that have proven inherent to the concept of the modern man. The dichotomies of human and inhuman, subject and object, norm and deviation, guilt and innocence are critically questioned with similar intensity.
Continuing along these lines is an exhibition focus on patterns of angst and control, on concepts of functionality or on hierarchical patterns, including how these are inscribed in the territories of the private and the public.