Kollektiv-Berlin & .HBC – Lynchmob



February 7 -21st

.HBC Karl-Liebknecht Strasse 9
Berlin Alexanderplatz

Vernissage 6pm Saturday, February 7th
Afterparty 10pm Saturday, February 7th
Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 1-7pm
Finissage Burlesque: 8pm February 21st

Curated by Emilie Trice & Christopher David
Featuring: Angel Eyedealism, Clayton Cubitt, Christoph Steffner, Douglas Gordon, Daniel Tagno, David Nicholson, Edmund Piper, Gary Rough, Gustaf von Arbin, Hannes Bend, Holger Jäger, Justin Adian, John Isaacs, Kenno Apatrida, Michael Cooke, Madeline Stillwell, Maxime Ballesteros, Oliver Pietsch, Pete Wheeler, Ralf Gutsmann, Sergio Roger, Sean Cheetham, Stefan Saffer, Sandro Porcu, Torsten Solin, Tim Meehan, Tiphaine Shipman, Warren Neidich, Yoon Lee, Zak Smith ,Zhivago Duncan

“An academic definition of Lynchian might be that the term refers to a particular kind of irony where the very macabre and the very mundane combine in such a way as to reveal the former’s perpetual containment within the latter.” -David Foster Wallace

Having gained iconic status as a film director, David Lynch’s broad span of artistic influence has been largely overlooked, only recently being the subject of a survey exhibition at Fondation Cartier. LYNCHMOB proposes a first attempt to locate and trace the influence of David Lynch’s myriad contributions to contemporary art across a wide spectrum of media and artistic practices.

Curated by Emilie Trice & Christopher David, LYNCHMOB brings together a group of 30 international contemporary artists, each of whom were asked to create and contribute work stemming from, inspired by or in direct response to the oeuvre of David Lynch.

(V Magazine here)

(Dazed, here)

(Whitehotmagazine, here)

(The National, here)

(Fabric magazine, here)



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