Sarah Käsmayr, “Impr.exe”
2 November–22 November, 2015, Closing: Friday, 20 November, 18:00

1. is an The experiment exercise “impr.exe” is being conducted within a limited timeframe of 21 days, and exhibited in a limited confined space—the #Box. at Werkplaats Typografie. 2. The Box itself becomes is the The three week schedule [to enable and at the same time force the possibility of creating and researching]. gave the exhibition space its form, each column representing one day. This structure provides a platform 4. aims to .exe[cute] impr.[ovisation]. In contrast to a pre-determined composition, improvisation here is regarded as a tool for focussing on one single aspect at a time, e.g. form, technique, material, content manipulation. The guidelines for the programme are: trying rather than planning, guessworking rather than calculationg,; failing rather than succeeding; allowing for unsatisfying results5. Each day the improvisation is guided by the need of defining a personal ABC. The resulting specimens are positioned into the schedule, while the programme of each day is summarized by captions. As a result a walk-in diary comes into being. 6. On one of the last days, there will be a Finissage with a guided tour through the #Box. If the status of a work can remain unclear as long as it doesn’t exist (outside the head, or the computer, of its creator), the work has to exist once it enters the BOX, and it will extrapolate the unknown to the known. In the course of this work the exhibition unintentionally became self-referential. That is to say, that the evolvement turned into a source material for itself, a tool to stay in the process of following the nose.

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