Viktor Voi

Pure Pose

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Exhibition Opening | Friday, November 3rd | 5 - 9 pm

Exhibition Duration | Saturday, November 4th to November 29st

On display at Köthener Straße 28 | 10963 Berlin

How does the artistic object relate to its surroundings and its own history? Is it fragmentary or does it shape space? How has the definition of the concept of the art object evolved over time? Is it constantly expanding, or does it possibly have foreseeable limits like reduction?

In Victor Voi's work, there is a constant interplay between addition and deliberate reduction in dealing with space and processes. The fragments he discovers or assembles are already potent concentrates that simply need to be correctly placed to reveal their connections, akin to unlocking a lock.

He utilizes geometric forms to define his concept of the art object, developing modular forms and arranging them in model-like constellations. Simultaneously, he thinks on a grand scale and encourages the viewer to engage in a process of design, akin to navigating a design labyrinth. His experiments with materials and forms often lead to the dissolution of form into fragments. Some of his works redefine the concept of the art object through process-based approaches, by setting bodies, space, color bodies, and color fields in tense relationships.

The exhibition offers an exciting blend of geometric, process-based, and fragmentary approaches to the creation of art objects in space.