Knoll Galerie Wien
curated by_Adrian Christopher Notz
"While Mr. Schulze is reading, the train from the Balkans crosses the bridge near Niš, a pig whines in the cellar of the butcher Nuttke."
Richard Huelsenbeck presented his “Dadaist Manifesto” in Berlin on April 12 in 1918. There he defined the “simultaneous poem“ using the sentence that is also the title of the exhibition. Just like a simultaneous poem, “While Mr. Schulze is reading...”, together with the “Romanum Belvedere“ of the Roman Museum of Antiquity, “Inverso Mundus” by the Russian artist group AES + F and the abstract forms of Mexican artist Carlos Amorales, creates a place where knowledge is constructed through narratives.
With works by:
AES + F
Museum of Antiquity