TAUBA AUERBACH + CHARLOTTE POSENENSKE | RECIPROCAL SCORE | ITSLIQUID

TAUBA AUERBACH + CHARLOTTE POSENENSKE | RECIPROCAL SCORE

Art | June 30, 2015 |

001Installation view at INDIPENDENZA, Rome. Photographer Vegard Kleven. Image courtesy of Tauba Auerbach and STANDARD

TAUBA AUERBACH + CHARLOTTE POSENENSKE | RECIPROCAL SCORE

Indipendenza, STANDARD (Oslo) and Mehdi Chouakri are pleased to announce “Reciprocal Score”, a two person exhibition of work by Tauba Auerbach and Charlotte Posenenske.

002Installation view at INDIPENDENZA, Rome. Photographer Vegard Kleven. Image courtesy of Tauba Auerbach and STANDARD

Taking the notion of true co-authorship advanced by Posenenske’s D and DW square tubes series (each time theses works are exhibited the components are assembled in configurations determined by the curator, collector, the public or as in this case, a fellow artist) Auerbach endeavored to make an exhibition in the form of dialog with no initiator. Each artist’s work is both call and response a score for the other to play.

003Installation view at INDIPENDENZA, Rome. Photographer Vegard Kleven. Image courtesy of Tauba Auerbach and STANDARD

Making several trips to Rome in preparation, Auerbach incorporated architectural structure and ornament from around the city into the exhibition. Twisting, looping and helical gestures emerge from the right-angle geometry of Auerbach’s woven paintings and Posenenske’s square profile industrial components.

004Installation view at INDIPENDENZA, Rome. Photographer Vegard Kleven. Image courtesy of Tauba Auerbach and STANDARD

Indipendenza, Rome
until 11 July 2015

more. indipendenzaroma.com/

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