The exposition is a fossil — an imprint of a movement petrified by nature. The artworks claim their space with deafening serenity like abandoned ruins in a landscape.
Fossils are a natural phenomenon linked to the past, but they can equally function as an oxymoron, immortalizing phenomena from the future. Fossils contain a timelessness in which past and present are intercepted, halting the progression of linear chronology, whilst containing traces for times to come. The artworks in this exhibition thus reflect — in their own way — the fossils of the future.