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with its location-specific, spacious installation, the artist also addresses the Berlin architectural history.
Pope.L in Berlin: Artist shows new exhibition in the Schinkel Pavilion.
racist violence and social inequality have been in the center of the work of the US artist William Pope.L since the 1970s. His provocative performances in public space as the "Crawls", who, crawled himself, moved to the knees, by the streetsto draw attention to the brutality of the social descent. "Between A Figure and a Letter" is the title of his first solar audience in Berlin, which opens on April 9 in the Schinkel Pavilion.
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for the glazed octogon on the upper floor of the pinpoint pavilion-conceived POPE.L a place-specific installation. The room-filling, threatening machine is continuously fed by a performer with abstract wood sculptures that remember the neighboring architectures of the Berlin Castle or the Old Guard, but also to the Schinkel Pavilion itself.&
In terms of content, the work in the dialogue with Pope.L's in the basement shown in the basement "Small Cup" from 2008, in which goats and chickens make an architectural model succeed the US Capitol in Washington DC resembles. In Berlin, POPE.L models of representative buildings impressively rush from an apparatus.
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In the basement of the Schinkel Pavilion, Pope.L's "Skin Set Drawings" can be seen, which, only in parts readable, on the little barren space - on the " Between "- between" Figure and Letter ". \\ Pope.l \ " Between A Figure and a Letter " \ curated by Dieter Roelstraete \ from April 9 to 31 July 2022 \\& \ Oberwallstraße 32 \ 10117 Berlin \ opening hours : \ Thursday and Friday: 14-19 clock \ Saturday and Sunday: 11-19 clock
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