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Inconsistent Ways of Seeing

Inconsistent Ways of Seeing

Kristján Gudmundsson | Jarosław Kozłowski | Ville Kumpulainen | Milja Laurila | Dominik Lejman

Exhibition: 29 April - 28 August 2021
Opening: Friday, 30 April 2021, 12-8 pm
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35, 10969 Berlin

We proudly present the group exhibition Inconsistent Ways of Seeing, highlighting the correlation between image and language. The five artists selected for this presentation all work in different medias and share a mutual interest in exploring their diverse points of view dealing with the relationship between text and visual art. They are all connected by how they challenge the subject of association with what we see and assume based upon our knowledge and experience of correlating the image with the words that define it. This disassociation process disrupts the identity relationship between the verbal and the visual encouraging abstract thinking. 
Inconsistent Ways of Seeing

Inconsistent Ways of Seeing

Kristján Gudmundsson | Jarosław Kozłowski | Ville Kumpulainen | Milja Laurila | Dominik Lejman

Exhibition: 29 April - 28 August 2021
Opening: Friday, 30 April 2021, 12-8 pm
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35, 10969 Berlin

We proudly present the group exhibition Inconsistent Ways of Seeing, highlighting the correlation between image and language. The five artists selected for this presentation all work in different medias and share a mutual interest in exploring their diverse points of view dealing with the relationship between text and visual art. They are all connected by how they challenge the subject of association with what we see and assume based upon our knowledge and experience of correlating the image with the words that define it. This disassociation process disrupts the identity relationship between the verbal and the visual encouraging abstract thinking. 
Inconsistent Ways of Seeing

Inconsistent Ways of Seeing

Kristján Gudmundsson | Jarosław Kozłowski | Ville Kumpulainen | Milja Laurila | Dominik Lejman

Exhibition: 29 April - 28 August 2021
Opening: Friday, 30 April 2021, 12-8 pm
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35, 10969 Berlin

We proudly present the group exhibition Inconsistent Ways of Seeing, highlighting the correlation between image and language. The five artists selected for this presentation all work in different medias and share a mutual interest in exploring their diverse points of view dealing with the relationship between text and visual art. They are all connected by how they challenge the subject of association with what we see and assume based upon our knowledge and experience of correlating the image with the words that define it. This disassociation process disrupts the identity relationship between the verbal and the visual encouraging abstract thinking. 
Niko Luoma | For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

Niko Luoma | For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

We are thrilled to present Niko Luoma’s solo exhibition For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

Exhibition: 29 April - 28 August 2021
Opening: Friday, 30 April 2021, 12-8 pm
Venue: Persons Projects | Helsinki School, Lindenstr. 34, 10969 Berlin

This exhibition features a selection of works from his Adaptations series, which focuses on his fascination with reinterpreting artworks from art history that have either influenced him or the way we think as a society about art. It is accompanied by his newest publication with the same title by Hatje Cantz and vitrines including not previously presented drawings and sketches. 
Niko Luoma | For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

Niko Luoma | For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

We are thrilled to present Niko Luoma’s solo exhibition For Each Minute, Sixty-Five Seconds

Exhibition: 29 April - 28 August 2021
Opening: Friday, 30 April 2021, 12-8 pm
Venue: Persons Projects | Helsinki School, Lindenstr. 34, 10969 Berlin

This exhibition features a selection of works from his Adaptations series, which focuses on his fascination with reinterpreting artworks from art history that have either influenced him or the way we think as a society about art. It is accompanied by his newest publication with the same title by Hatje Cantz and vitrines including not previously presented drawings and sketches. 

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