Andreas Fischer 'Richter' on view at Hamburger Bahnhof
Andreas Fischer's 2013 work 'Richter' is on view in the exhibition 'Capital: Debt – Territory – Utopia' at Berlin's Hamburger Bahnhof until November 2016.
In the work 'Richter' [‘Judge’] the chair for a child’s desk hangs upside down from the ceiling, while the voice in the background describes the way of all things, underscored by a fear-instilling “sound collage”: “The upright, the uprighted, the upright gait, up-right, the righted sight of the righteous, the just-right way of sighting the world ...”. While ventilators continuously produce wind, a vacuum cleaner suddenly switches itself on, turning now to the one, now to the other side, struggling for air, robbing the beholder of breath. Be it upright, ad-justed or just, this work is without doubt a political work about power and justice.
The exhibition “Capital: Debt – Territory – Utopia" revolves around Joseph Beuys's pioneering work The Capital Space 1970–1977, made for the Venice Biennale in 1980. This monumental work, here exhibited in Berlin for the first time, is among the most important environments in Beuys's oeuvre. As the symbol of his constant search for liveable alternatives, it sums up his artistic work of the 1970s. During this period, Beuys developed a new definition of capital: released from its relation to money, his new conception put the creative potential of human beings at the centre of economic thought: “Art = Capital".
In the shadow of the post-2007 financial crisis, this exhibition ranges widely in both space and time. It undertakes an experiment, seeking to grasp Beuys's paradigm shift and systematically explore his concept of capital. By juxtaposing contemporary artworks with representative exhibits from the rich collections of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the exhibition poses urgent questions: what is capital, what was it, and, above all, what could it be? Using artworks, music, films and objects from all over the world, the exhibition traces the essence of value.
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