installation by laura stoll, 2019
ten types of torture is a process based series of artworks metaphorically displaying two ontological regimes: the western, object based one with its roots in ancient greece with plato and aristotle; and the eastern, process and relation based one coined by laozi and confucius. by confronting these radically different concepts, the artist wants to question implicit assumptions crucial to our way of viewing the world and the categories we apply when thinking about it.
exhibition via by Ulrich dertschei
cover photo by lorenz seidler
⇌ data loam exhibition