Okey Dokey II / Security Landscapes

Okey Dokey II / Security Landscapes

The exhibition title ’Security Landscapes’ refers to an assemblage work by Julia Scher in which surveillance devices - a cameras and a mini-monitor - have been mounted on the frame of a monochrome pink area, accompanied by and connected to a knife stabbed into the wall therebeside and forming a hybrid of forms and objects and giving a perfect example for the shifts and transformations within the “DNA” of four centuries of career and the idea of a family-like complex system of relations and reincarnation (Security Landscape of the Year, 2002). Rhine Race (1981) can be taken as a reference to the migration the artist undertook herself many years ago. The unsteady flying sports car over a landscape which is specified only by the work’s title and the view from the artist’s studio windows, reminds us of the DeLorean DMC-12 travelling through time and space in the ‘Back To The Future’ movies (1985 – 1990).

Okey Dokey II / Security Landscapes

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