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Milan – ‘Freedom as Form’ exhibition at Wunderkammern

Published On 28 June 2016 | By Nicole |

Wunderkammern gallery is hosting its first collective exhibition at the new location in Milan. The exhibition titled Freedom as Form will feature the works of four artists: BR1, Alexis Diaz, Eron and Faith47. It is on view from 29th June until 10th August 2016.

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Freedom as Form investigates the concept of freedom, and the complex themes it triggers in the individual and the society. Each artist will explore these questions, and they will give form to freedom. In this sense, the show Freedom as Form directs attention also to the artists’ aesthetics, distinctive and different for each one, as a metaphor for their freedom of expression.

Freedom is considered one of the most important ideals by nearly all of humanity. With boundary lines that shift according to any given period of history, or differing cultures, it has long been a topic of discussion amongst philosophers and intellectuals alike; it is constantly analysed from subjective and partial viewpoints.

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Today, the word freedom is too often overused, distorted and even exploited to justify intolerable actions worldwide. The concept of freedom activates complex themes, foremost of which is the relationship between individuality and group identity.

What are the limits of our individual personal freedom? When might our “free” actions begin to damage the community to which we belong? This is precisely what the four artists are exploring in the artworks that are on view at Wunderkammern.

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The exhibition will open on 29th June in the brand new Wunderkammern location in Milan.


Freedom as Form
Opening: Wednesday 29th June – 18:30-21:30 | on view until 10th August 2016
Wunderkammern | Via Ausonio 1A, Milan

Wunderkammern website

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