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As the breakdown in the unity of ideals that lead to globalisation is challenging the basis of a common ground for contemporary art, the exhibition wonders how other shared premises could be negotiated. How can an aesthetic basis for the language of contemporary art be accepted if the ideological bases of contemporary art are crumbling?
How can positions that claim disparate and conflicting genealogies sit together in a shared exhibition space? These are complemented by other practices based on more investigative approaches to art making, where form, content, and political positions are researched and presented as evidences and references. A leading line through the various aspects and works in the exhibition is drawn from the language of textiles, weaving together several of its historical traces and layers.
A material and vocabulary common to different cultural spaces, textiles also have a firmly routed history in art, making them possible sites for parallel processes of historiography. Textiles hold a different position in negotiating relationships with places and contexts, in ways that the individual agency of artists escapes.