Kalle Lindmark and Kah Bee Chow’s Paper Moon

Curated by Domenico de Chirico.

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“I’m working with painting as a tool for (indirectly) giving obscured areas and domains visual appearance. The non-linear qualities connected to the medium, and the possibility to closely utilize intuition — intuition as a form of knowledge just not accessible through the spoken or written language — makes painting a way to nuance such areas. And as painting can activate a kind of dynamic seeing in the viewer; addressing the body, memories, experiences, tacit knowledge, intuition etc. i find that we are sensitive receptors to hidden messages, peripheral areas and other unspeakable things.”

Kalle Lindmark lives and works in Malmö, Sweden.

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“I work with forms of enclosures in relation to animals and the human body – driven by divergent lines of imagined narratives and information flows. I think of enclosures here as architectural, visual modes of surveillance: ways of visually tracking and monitoring bodies in a defined space. I think of enclosure, here too, as evasions of surveillance, as possibility for recess and shelter: a private chamber in which to take rest, the seeking of refuge in a fortress, a folding into the ether.
For me, these considerations are inextricable from my process of making, how physical materials behave – the weight and density of a concrete cast, the reflective properties of a plastic surface, the lines of architecture. In the encounter, the primary form of address is the body in space, a composition of lines striving to register an array of psychic resonances within the space.”

Kah Bee Chow lives and works in Malmö, Sweden.

Presented at Italian Pavilion at the 14th Architecture Biennale in Venice
Designed by Studio Zero85


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