The exhibition is based on the social and critical theory of Zygmunt Bauman (1925-2017) that speaks about ‚Liquid Modernity’ in the book with the same title published in 2000 in Cambridge.
Emilia Kina and Filip Rybkowski perform a laboratory reconstruction of the experience of déjà vu and the whimsical rhythm of history, hypnotizing memory and introducing us into an atmosphere which intermixes the familiar with the alien.
Yaara Zach’s installation Unreasonable Doubt is composed of several works, which appear as a series of reincarnations evolving out of one another.
The term piña, which is also included in the exhibition title, refers back to its basic meaning, i.e. to pineapples and their shape, which is made up of strict geometric units and a yellow basic colour, on the one hand, and to another language use, according to which it means “to collect” and “to bring together from various units” on the other.
The word Polysemy refers to the capacity of a sign, image or word to have more than one meaning. This exhibition is the fourth in a series of collaborations between London based Večeřová and Prague based Příkaský combing painting, performance, video and site specific performance in a unique creative dialogue. For Polysemy the exhibition space is simultaneously installation, stage and a site of performance.
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