Cyprien Gaillard (*1980) works across a range of media including film, video, photography, collage, installation and live performance. His extraordinary cosmos gives new form to such phenomena as civilizational upheaval and geological time. Concerned with the wreckage of modernity and the intersections between human artefacts, urban geography and psychology, the New York and Berlin-based artist’s work embraces a poetry of entropy that rearranges history to shed new light on the present.
Magical Soup: Medienkunstwerke aus der Sammlung der Nationalgalerie, der Friedrich Christian Flick Collection und Leihgaben"
Hamburger Bahnhof , Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Through March 1, 2021
Spaciously presented across more than 2,000 square metres in Hamburger Bahnhof’s Rieckhallen, the group exhibition Magical Soup features key works complemented by loans representing the latest generation of artists, with a common point of departure being the nexus of sound, image and social space.Link