Carla Zaccagnini - Runo Lagomarsino, 2015

Exhibition display
Curated by Diana Baldon and Nicola Lees
Malmö Konsthall
Photo: Helene Toresdotter

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 Five large walls loosely reference the form of a compass, drawing attention to the recurring notion of geographical movement in Zaccagnini and Lagomarsino’s works, while shifting the audience’s gaze away from the centre of the gallery. The walls rotate diagonally between the columns of the konsthall’s distinctive architecture, whose features have been enhanced using bold primary colours — red for the columns and beams, blue for the short sides of the free-standing walls — that transform the space to enable a new physical experience for the viewer.

Five large walls loosely reference the form of a compass, drawing attention to the recurring notion of geographical movement in Zaccagnini and Lagomarsino’s works, while shifting the audience’s gaze away from the centre of the gallery. The walls rotate diagonally between the columns of the konsthall’s distinctive architecture, whose features have been enhanced using bold primary colours — red for the columns and beams, blue for the short sides of the free-standing walls — that transform the space to enable a new physical experience for the viewer.

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 Framing the exhibition as a dynamic entity, Frei’s design connects the artworks and gallery space into a specific and unique configuration. Within this broader structure, the placement of artworks in the exhibition repeatedly follows logics of pairing and confrontation that echo the artists’ own methods of working.

Framing the exhibition as a dynamic entity, Frei’s design connects the artworks and gallery space into a specific and unique configuration. Within this broader structure, the placement of artworks in the exhibition repeatedly follows logics of pairing and confrontation that echo the artists’ own methods of working.

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