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Constant Continuity - Timo Demollin

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WG Plein (opposite no. 80)
1054DM Amsterdam
puntwg@atelierwg.nl

Open Sat - Sun / 14-18 hrs
+ by appointment

Exhibition 4 Nov — 19 Nov

Opening 4 Nov, 17-20 hrs

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Timo Demollin. Constant continuity

“Every monument implied a chain of prior monuments which all notated, in slightly but insignificantly varying ways, the same foundational content. The paper monuments were not reports on a real procession or a real arch, but performances that referred to other pictorial performances.”

– Christopher S. Wood, ‘Maximilian I as Archeologist’

The exhibition Constant continuity revolves around the ongoing distributive procedures of the Ehrenpforte, a 16th century print collage. Employing the physical conditions of circulation as input for production, the works on show in Constant continuity explore the paradoxical processes of dematerialisation and value production found in contemporary institutional treatments of art historical objects. The exhibition will be complemented by an artist publication with an essay by Brenda Tempelaar.

Timo Demollin is a visual artist currently enrolled at the Sandberg Instituut fine arts programme in Amsterdam. His recent works scrutinize the socio-economic relations between art production, its implicit dissemination and the associated processes of value creation. Constant continuity is his first solo exhibition in Amsterdam.

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