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“Eight works from 2013, 2019, 2009, 1998, 2019, 2003, 2018, 1998*” at Wschód, Warsaw

In 1978 Werner Herzog published a diary “Of Walking in Ice ‘’ – in the foreword he wrote that he received a call from his friend, that his friend a historian Lotte Eisner is dying. He was really eager to stop this and believed that the act of walking would prevent his death. He put his jacket on and walked for 3 weeks from Munich to Paris.

*All visitors are kindly ask to view the exhibition following the guidlines of the performative “Walk manual” by Antje Majewski and Lisa Savtchenko: Extended Body Walk (2009): Make a simple prosthetic device (out of cardboard) to fit onto a particular part of your body. Attach the device. Set a destination relatively far away from where you start. Walk there.

Participating artists: Steve Bishop, Jan Domicz, Institut fur Raumxperimente, Igor Krenz, Alan Michael, Sterling Ruby, Alexey Vanushkin, Nicole Wermers

At Wschód, Warsaw
until 30 January 2021

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