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Ukrainian artists as guests at the Schering Foundation

The two Ukrainian artists Angelika Dobreva (*1994) and Alisa Kolodub (*1997) examine the sense of touch with artistic instruments. In the Materialism of Indeterminacy exhibition, which combines sculpture and VR technology, visitors are invited to immerse themselves in a virtual reality that stimulates and challenges their haptic sense. In this way, the artists want to promote a different way of grasping reality and try out an alternative way of receiving sculptures.

The exhibition refers to the manifesto "Il Tattilismo" by the Italian Futurist Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, published in 1921.
In this text, to which the artist's wife, Benedetta Cappa, contributed significantly, the artist advocated systematically training the sense of touch. Previously, in 1920, he had already presented a tactile work of art entitled Sudan-Paris, which combined rough and soft materials. More than 100 years after the publication,

Dobreva and Kolodub take up Marinetti's request and present an exhibition that gives priority to touch.

  • The exhibition is curated by Marta Pysanko.
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