Norwich University students Tim Bain, Taylor Davidson, Jesse Gillette, William Kemp, Kyle Niehaus, Keith Stipe, and Sheridan Steiner are spending their fall semester at CityLab: Berlin. They invite you to their one day exhibition presenting their installations–containing everything from light bulbs and piping, to tree branches and found objects—at Kunst Park in Berlin, Germany, on Sunday, November 29, from 13:00 – 16:00. (Click on image for address and details.)
“The installations portray the narrative of the urban wasteland and the relationship between human and city, says Gillette, a senior architecture student. “As the construction of an apartment building threatens to overtake the site, these site specific installations respond to and engage with the past, present, and future.”
Through people, object, and form, the artworks have been progressing side by side within their urban setting, and will only be fully realized upon the opening of the exhibition. The opening is a celebration of the works in their intended form, before society and nature poetically break them down, revealing their ever expanding narratives.
Kunst Park embodies a gestural transformation and reclamation of an urban wasteland.