23.03.2017 – 06.05.2017
For her ‘invasion’ in the Galerie Anita Beckers, the consume-critic Stephanie Senge compares the art market to the supermarket. Starting from her consume-constructivist pictures, she created a model and manifest for this exhibition. The white cube of the gallery will be colorfully painted and the works expand to create a constructivist room installation. The artist’s goal is to appropriate a transformation in the everyday, specifically our relationship with the supermarket. The model supermarket, along with Senge’s manifest, will be presented along with the first Consume-Product-Editions. The question ‘can one experience art or change thoughts through shopping, like by visiting an art gallery?’ will be publicly discussed through the exhibition. Stephanie Senge’s (*1972) work has been exhibited internationally at institutions like the Palazzo Ducale, Genoa; the Art Museum Wolfsburg; the ZKM Karlsruhe; the Ludwig Museum, Budapest; the Museum for Concrete Art, Ingolstadt and the Architecture Museum Buenes Aires.