The Whole and it’s Parts through an urbanistic Lens brings a broad range of positions and media together that deal with structural, formal and contextual questions, reflecting on relations as individuals and as groups with the Whole that can be understood as communities, societies, urban city structures, the Nature, the World. Despite the fact that through globalization the overall concept that everything and everybody is somehow tied together has become a common ground, life feels more and more fragmented and lost in detail. The one-night exhibition tries to focus on the parts of our lives that form a whole. – This approach also represents the philosophy of Das Esszimmer – space for art+ that wants to promote a polylogue in art and society.
The exhibition will show a selection of Video works by 9 artist’s from Sweden and Canada presented as a looped beamer projection, abstract paintings by Dutch artist Guido Winkler, a textile wall installation by Brooklyn-based, Filipino-American artist Paolo Arao and new works by Swiss artist Sibylle Feucht, developed during longer stays in Ukraine in 2018 and 2019.