The Burst­ing Of Bound­aries

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Trans­formed into an ex­hi­bi­tion space af­ter WWII, the Haus am Wald­see (p. 43) fea­tures works from con­tem­po­rary artists year-round. The cur­rent fo­cus is the in­ter­ac­tive and mul­ti­me­dia ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled Ev­ery­thing We Pos­sess Pos­sesses Us, Too from per­for­mance artist Neza­ket Ekici. Born in Tur­key and raised in Ger­many, Ekici chal­lenges and ex­plores the phys­i­cal lim­i­ta­tions of art by trans­form­ing and us­ing her body as a medium and in­te­gral part of her projects or in­stal­la­tions. Aside from push­ing the tan­gi­ble bound­aries of art, Ekici em­ploys the use of sym­bolic cos­tum­ing, ques­tion­ing tra­di­tions and re­li­gious val­ues, and thereby em­body­ing the mul­ti­cul­tural and pro­gres­sive so­ci­ety of to­day.

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