EXILE’S group presentation at LISTE art fair re-envisions the exhibition "Homo Decorans" from 1985. "Homo Decorans: det dekorerende menneske" was an ex- hibition at The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark in 1985 featuring works by architects, designers, folk and craft artists as well as fine artists. Among the participants were Mario Botta, George Sowden, Aldo Rossi, Michele de Lucchi, Keith Haring, and Nathalie Du Pasquier. The exhibition’s title and concept referenced the book Homo Ludens by Johan Huizinga from 1938. In line with Homo Ludens, the exhibition Homo Decorans focused on the postmodern use of material, aesthetic and referential sampling with a certain playful expression at its core. The grandiose, more than eight meters long painting "Viva Pertini" by Nathalie Du Pasquier from this particular exhibition forms the visual backdrop and historical link. "Viva Pertini," which is one of du Pasquier’s earliest and certainly largest paintings, has not been seen in public since exhibited in a room alongside a mural by Keith Haring as part of Homo Decorans. Now, reconfigured through the works of a younger generation of artists, all works collectively emerge as a resampled collage of art works that reflects upon the painting’s expressive contend as well as the cross-disciplinary approach of "Homo Decorans": at the core of all works on display stands a playful and personal creative expression without discursive limitation and boundary.