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Angelika Markul proposes a journey inspired by the ceremonial architecture of Mesoamerica, especially that of Teotihuacan. These sites hold symbols of the sun and the moon, a spatial layout according to cosmic balance, and the disposition of objects as excerpts of an excavation.

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Laurence Bernard Gallery is pleased to present the artist Angelika Markul’s first solo exhibition in Geneva: Excavations of the Future.

The artist proposes a journey into two “chambers” inspired by the ceremonial architecture of Mesoamerica, especially that of Teotihuacan. Rather than a replication of exterior forms, these sites are evoked by symbols of the sun and the moon, a spatial layout …

Laurence Bernard Gallery is pleased to present the artist Angelika Markul’s first solo exhibition in Geneva: Excavations of the Future.

The artist proposes a journey into two “chambers” inspired by the ceremonial architecture of Mesoamerica, especially that of Teotihuacan. Rather than a replication of exterior forms, these sites are evoked by symbols of the sun and the moon, a spatial layout according to cosmic balance, and the disposition of objects as excerpts of an excavation. The alignment of the pieces alludes in particular to the discovery of a long, winding tunnel under the Temple of …