Peer

Elsewhere

20 EUR
"Elsewhere researches the idea of foreignness by looking closer at how our environment, our stories and the objects we own are given shape. We design our objects, our nature, our narratives and they, in turn, direct our perception and our believes continuously and almost seeminglessly. Different artists have been interviewed and their practices are discussed in relation to art's potential to subvert our personal experiences by producing foreignness and putting us in the position of the newcomer, the stranger who has to learn how to "read" the surroundings all over again. I argue that this situation doesn't make us weaker, it rather empowers us with new imaginative space."