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SYNECDOCHE

SYNECDOCHE

(sɪn’εkdəkɪ) -n. a figure of speech in which a part is substituted for a whole or a whole for a part

opening reception : October 28, 2011 // 18h until 21h // show runs : October 29 until December 22, 2011 // Bourouina Gallery, Berlin

with: Tim Berresheim, Madeleine Boschan, Laura Bruce, Frauke Dannert, Peter Dobroschke, Mathew Hale = Alexander Voice, Eva Eun-Sil Han, Lothar Hempel, Jonathan Hernandez, Matthias Hesselbacher, Jakob Kolding, Zenita Komad, Hank Schmidt in der Beek, John Sparagana, Jacob Whibley.

Bourouina Gallery is pleased to present Synecdoche, a group show curated by Johannes Sperling.
The collage is one of the art forms most perfectly suited towards reflecting the present times: In an era where boundaries blur and the whole world is zapping, compiling and remixing it is not about deciding for one thing, but assembling from an endless pool of possibilities.

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