Sleepover (2014)

Skeptical Thoughts on Love departs from artistic perspectives, which conjecture multiple forms of attachment, intimacy, and obsession. Methodologically speaking, it is inpsired from the physical reality, potential impact and transformative power of love. The exhibition speculates on the potentiality of love as if it is the only possible form of resistance for cognitive/collective revolution in our contemporary solitude, demands silence as a conceptual tool to deal with human relationships and art works, and proposes to operate as a testing ground for introspection, self-analysis and self-reflection.


Participating Artists: Natalie Czech, Keren Cytter, Mariechen Danz, Leylâ Gediz, Judith Hopf, Matthias Megyeri, Henrik Olesen, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Johannes Paul Raether, Sophie Reinhold, Emily Roysdon, Eva Schmeckenbecher, Jake Yuzna and Adbusters

Curated by: Misal Adnan Yıldız


Künstlerhaus Stuttgart (14th February - 30th March 2014)

An Adaptation

graphite drawing on paper (from the series 'VAT included', 2006) adapted by tattoo artist Conor Gilligan on Misal Adnan Yıldız, 2014