• (Exhibition)
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Anna-Sophie Berger, Angelika Loderer, Hanna Putz
19 Nov 2014 - 20 Dec 2014

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Superman emerges from his cave, “The Fortress of Solitude,” his sanctuary far away from civilization. There he accepts that he will always be alone, forsaken on a planet of people limited by their own weakness. Up … up and away he goes in search of a crisis to solve. He lands in Chelsea, a metropolis of galleries. Being new to the art world, he decides to look around. He notices a colorful, rebellious sign that reads “The Dapple Cow Gallery” and decides to go in. There he finds himself completely surrounded by art, which communicated its concept faster than a speeding bullet aimed at his impenetrable skin. He is at first excited but quickly gets bored. Just then, he realizes that without the use of his super powers he has viewed the exhibition within minutes. As he exits the gallery he looks at the unpaid intern and asks: “Excuse me, where can I find the nearest cave?”

Fuck it. I give up. Let’s put glitter on everything.
Thus Spake Kal-El

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