Pensée Sauvage – On human freedom
25 May – 6 July 2007 a production of the Ursula Blickle Foundation in cooperation with the Frankfurter Kunstverein; catalogue at www.fkv.de
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Anu Pennanen: “Sõprus (Friendship)”, 2006, Film still. Still phography by Pelle Kalmo. Courtesy of the artist and Virta Productions.
Group exhibition with amongst others: Lucas Bambozzi (BRA), Lene Berg (N), Andrea Büttner (D), Patricia Esquivias (COL), Carlos Garaicoa (CUB), Cao Guimarães (BRA), Marine Hugonnier (F), Henrik Håkansson (S), Deimantas Narkevicius (LT), Rosalind Nashashibi (UK), Mandla Reuter (D), Aida Ruilova (USA)

Everybody has the right to think with a free mind about new possibilities of living together. The exhibition uses the title of the book „The Savage Mind“ by Claude Lévi-Strauss. It is about meeting the stranger and freedom. The presented works provoke to imagine the world beyond the anxiety of the everyday. The artworks perform a détournement, involving the viewer as an active operator, an editor, a translator, a transmitter. Try it out - think wild! more culture >>>