FLUID STATES. SOLID MATTER
On what basis do we live, think and act nowadays? And how are we shaping this basis for the future? The works of the exhibition FLUID STATES. SOLID MATTER open a discourse on these questions. How does our thinking of the relationship of human beings to their environment change when we no longer see the body as solid and autonomous - as it has been the case until now - but as fluid. As fluid bodies - or "Bodies of Water", as gender researcher Astrida Neimanis puts it -
we as human beings no longer stand above nature, but in interaction with it, with the living being, with the systems that surround us.
Image: © Ida Kammerloch, Resusci Anne, 2019/2020
Between 1993 and 2002 Alexandra Meijer-Werner's artistic work focused on creating video installations with multiple projectors, and combining sound, texture and interaction with the public. She also produced a number of documentaries which evidence her profound interest in personal transformation and the awakening of human consciousness.
Please have a look to an introduction of her work on blinkvideo.
Image: © Eugenia Meijer-Werner