In Bernhard Cella’s contribution to Vienna Art week 2016 at Charim Events, he offers an artistic perspective on the aesthetics and functions of storage processes. In doing so, he deploys vessels of written information bearing art’s memory and tests their material qualities in the shaping of a unique sculptural process.
What interests Cella is how greatly the formats for recording cultural memory and its dynamics of inscription, translation, storage, and repetition phases are short-circuited with one another, and to what extent this can be conveyed from an aesthetic view.
At Charim Events, a new spatial experience emerges from an art institution’s inventory.
More information: www.cella.at