Gregor Vogel in the 24hrs project:
“What we do, when and for how long we do it”
We invite you to witness and take part in the process of „What we do, when and for how long we do it“ from 1pm on Wednesday 18th of October until 1pm on Thursday 19th of October.
A public apero will be taking place on Wednesday 18th of October at 7pm. Join us for drinks and snacks then ;)
Gregor Vogel (1993) is a multimedia artist based in Zürich.
Using multiple platforms and formats, his practice trespasses the borders between mediums. He is currently working with installation, sound and performance.
Exploring the natural state of things, Vogel investigates the constructed and cultural rules of his chosen mediums.
Attempting to identify the core and the relevance of the structures at play, he looks for the balance between the essential and the ornament. In the recent work „here“ he used a pure data patch to create a sound piece that didn’t rely on predominant musical arrangements.
For the 24hrs Project, Vogel presents „What we do, when and for how long we do it“, an installation using a site- and time-specific process. Being aware of the audience as a potential component, the artist invites the visitors to speed up or slow down the procedure at play within the work, investigating the relation between time and space.
The 24 hours Project is an experimental platform, which usually takes place between exhibitions at Tart Zürich. What happens during the deconstruction and reconstruction phases? The 24 hours Project intends to show that during the ” idle phase ” various settings can take place. Artists are invited to take over the gallery space for 24 hours. The 24 hours Project is a place to meet, to share, to process, to participate, to perform, to showcase, to experiment.
Curated by Anne-Laure Franchette+info