13 Jan 2018 | Anna Witt – Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten (MMKK), Klagenfurt
The exhibition entitled In die Stadt, a fictional portrait of a town, explores the question of what circumstances and situations are responsible for the ambience. The exhibition is divided into several subject areas, unrelated to the conventional urban orders and categorisations. It is more a matter of associative terms such as rhythm, density, friction, surface, interstices or relation, which allow a different form of narration about urbanity and urban ambience. Urban space is not the sum of built area, but a social space, continuously developing and self-productive, dependent on changing and often divergent political, economic, social and cultural interests, and often also determined by unexpected and peripheral events.