In a society situated in a state of sensory overload, constant abundance with increased attention, in a rush between power and exhaustion, oscillating between states of presence and fatigue, we are addressed, all of us, all the time.
A promise - a declaration or assurance that one will get or do a particular thing or that a particular thing will happen - stays in its unfulfilled state and creates a lack, which could also be seen positively.As Kant already stated – darkness is the absence of light – the absence of a quality that is basically experienceable. In other words, we could look out for a placeholder which can be described for now as a void. The attempt of understanding the void could be seen as acceptance of a blank space. An Imprint of void could be an attempt to approach this gap and leaves us with numerous options.
The group show "Imprint of void“ shows works by Mirjam Thomann, Marina Pinsky, Stephan Dillemuth, Willem Oorebeek and Jochen Schmith.