All of our memories are fragmented. We don’t truly recall the full experience of these moments but we link each fragment to another fragment to create a cohering memory. It’s only after critically looking at our full memories and noticing these (often visual) fragments that we’re able to truly look at the fragments by themselves. What do we see? Are these fragments like photographs, immovable and frozen in time?
The exhibition ‘Nothing seemed out of place’ brings together two artists who dissect structures, whether that is a building or public space. An alternative construction or rather re-construction is brought into place, using different methods.
An observation of traces and fragments of maps. Collecting outside views, bringing them closer. To bring together, to rethink, to rearrange.