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Back to Lubricated Language with Mire Lee, Ali Kazma, Petra Morenzi, Miguel Angel Rios and Anne Wenzel at Akinci

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Statement

Lubricated Language is a group exhibition about mechanisms of movement and inertion in space. It makes physical and animated forms visible that obey gravity and friction by slowly pushing or carefully and steadily strengthening muscles or molecules. Some need a hand or need to be

Press Release

Mire Lee finished an undergraduate program majoring in sculpture in 2013 at Seoul National University. In her first solo exhibition War Isn’t Won by Soldiers, It’s Won by Sentiment Insa Art Space, Seoul, 2014), Lee presented sculptures in raw material and kinetic installations. Employing diverse media other than sculpture, her practice studies the shape of energy such as impulse, vitality, …

Mire Lee finished an undergraduate program majoring in sculpture in 2013 at Seoul National University. In her first solo exhibition War Isn’t Won by Soldiers, It’s Won by Sentiment Insa Art Space, Seoul, 2014), Lee presented sculptures in raw material and kinetic installations. Employing diverse media other than sculpture, her practice studies the shape of energy such as impulse, vitality, desire and sentimentality. She is currently participating in a residency program at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam (2018/2019).
In the same space we find Ali Kazma’s (1971, Turkey) film Dance Company …

Gallery

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Akinci
Amsterdam

Location

Lijnbaansgracht 317
Amsterdam, NL