PHOTO: © Installation view anima atman 2024 | Photo: Marjorie Brunet Plaza

anima atman

In the organizer's words:

In their solo exhibition anima atman, the London-based artist group Troika continues their interest in the interactions between virtual and material realities in new installations, paintings and sculptural objects.

The main installation Anima Atman, consisting of silicon and living plants, breaks up the hierarchy of being related to humans by focusing on the agency of plant life. Troika poses philosophical questions about the forces that bring matter to life, as well as what constitutes intelligent life and the role of human belief, knowledge and understanding. The exhibition explores the permeable boundaries between human and other types of intelligence and already provides a preview of Troika's extensive solo exhibition, which will be on show at the Langen Foundation in Neuss from September.

Her other series of large-format, metal Obsolete Landscapes, presented for the first time, is based on sky fragments from the desktop backgrounds of various Mac operating systems, which Troika uses to question the artificiality and obsolescence of speculative ecosystems.

Troika's works can currently be seen as part of the group exhibition Poetics of Encryption at KW in Berlin until May 26. In addition to the solo exhibition at max goelitz in Berlin, Troika will open the solo exhibition Terminal Beach at the MAK in Vienna on April 30, and will present the most extensive solo exhibition to date, PINK NOISE , at the Langen Foundation in Neuss from September 1.

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