Achim Lengerer, Hirofumi Suda, Stina Wirfelt

24 Nov - 12 Dec 2009

Invisible Square Photo credit: Scott Brotherton
"Invisible Square"

24 November - 12 December 2009 Tues–Sat 11am-5pm

Invisible Square is a three person exhibition presenting the work of Achim Lengerer, Hirofumi Suda and Stina Wirfelt. An overlapping theme between the different practices is the questioning of narratives and abstraction of language.

Achim Lengerer explores the complexity of language, thematized in his performances or spatialized within his installations. Stina Wirfelt works mainly with video; investigating construction of meaning through her exploration of the language of the moving image. Hirofumi Suda’s work explores systems involved in the reconstruction of an absent narrative. His practice is a playful mirroring of the fictional and the real materialised through the experimental combination of fragments and details.

Achim Lengerer was a researcher at the Jan-van-Eyck-Academie, NL, in 2005/06.Since then Lengerer has founded several collaborative projects, most recently voiceoverheard, a collaboration with artist colleague Dani Gal. He lives and works in Berlin.

Hirofumi Suda completed the MFA program at Glasgow of Art in 2009. Recent exhibitions include set up and go, Artnews Projects, Berlin. He lives and works in Glasgow.
Stina Wirfelt graduated with an MFA from Malmö Art Academy 2007 and was an exchange student at the MFA program at Glasgow School of Art (2005) and University of Illinois at Chicago(2006). In 2008 she participated in LUX AAP in London. She lives and works in Glasgow.

Tags: Dani Gal