ECOLOGIES OF CARE I Kunstpavillon
ECOLOGIES OF CARE
Weaving patterns for a care-full future
Members’ Exhibition 2023
Ursula Beiler, Katharina Cibulka, Elisabeth Daxer, Sarah Decristoforo, Carola Dertnig, Margarethe Drexel, Robert Freund, Robert Gfader, Ursula Groser, Bernhard Hetzenauer, Gustavo Juárez, Stefan Klampfer, Maria Peters, Maria Romay, Nora Schöpfer, Richard Schwarz, Charlotte Simon, Miriam Tiefenbrunner, Wolfgang Tragseiler, Maria Walcher und Wolfgang Wirth
curated by Sabine Gamper
Kunstpavillon & Neue Galerie Innsbruck
Right now, we are experiencing fresh urgency towards an ethic of solidarity and care in face of ongoing currents of migration, virulent social and political crises, the threat of climate catastrophe, and the intertwined fates of the human and non-human worlds.
This exhibition argues for an extension of the concept of care to public life and its social and political configuration, turning its attention to the question of how, in this time of upheaval, we can maintain a contemporary reality sustained by caring, our sense of community, and shared humanity.
It brings together a wide range of proposals that recognise care as a powerful social and cultural force, at the same time highlighting
systemic vulnerabilities, with the aim of weaving our bodies, our very selves and our environment into a complex, life-sustaining
web; so designing new patterns for living and thinking in difficult times.
Friday, 27.01.2023 und Saturday 28.01.2023
28.01.2023 – 15.04.2023