Regionale 18. "OOO Object Oriented Ontology"
25.11.2017 - 21.01.2018
Could we imagine that a call for portfolios such as Regionale, is a kind of hyperobject? A cloud that spans three regions, but extends to people of born in the region of Basel but living on the farthest point on the planet. Unselected, unsubmitted or even unrealized artworks would complete the hyperobject that is the Regionale 18.
As we examine this Regionale hyperobject, bodies of work tagged as interesting begin to form another type of being. Suddenly "Interesting Painting Number 3” begins to resonate with "Surprising Sculpture Number 14”, and both appeared to be talking to "Perplexing Performance Number One.” Only object-oriented ontology, the study of relationships between objects, beyond the scope of humans, could begin to explain the object that we are seeing.
With Urs Aeschbach, Jonas Baumann, Andreas Berde, David Berweger, Alex Bleuler, Claudia Borowsky, Barbara Bugg, Klaus A. Burth, Urs Cavelti, Ghizlène Chajaï, Guillaume Cochet, Grégory Delauré, Daniele Dell'Eva, Dimension Émotionnelle, Christoph Dinges, Sara Gassmann, Yulia Goetsch, Laurent Guenat, Edith Hänggi, Tenki Hiramatsu, Yoshiya Hirayama, Kirti Ingerfurth, Daniel Karrer, Benjamin Lenz, Kris Markiewicz, Geneviève Morin, Hiroko Nagata, Franziska Neuenschwander, Katrin Niedermeier, Gerardo Nolasco-Rózsás, Tobias Nussbaumer, Eva Schick, Lisa Schittulli, Christian Schmuck, Henry Staschik, Jonas Studer, Paul Takács, Romain Tièche, Sara Ursina, Mathis Vass, Gina Weisskopf, Martin Wiese, Michel Winterberg, Paulo Wirz, Kerstin Wittenberg, and Franziska Wüsten
For our 18th edition of Regionale, made this year in collaboration with the cultural festival CULTURESCAPES, the Greek-Norwegian artist and architect Andreas Angelidakis curates an exhibition that reﬂects on the tri-national region of Basel and its diverse artistic practices.