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January 13th - Feburary 12th, 2022

Walking through a field with my little brother Seth

I pointed to a place where kids had made angels in the snow. For some reason, I told him that a troop of angels
had been shot and dissolved when they hit the ground.

He asked who had shot them and I said a farmer.

Then we were on the roof of the lake.
The ice looked like a photograph of water.

Why he asked. Why did he shoot them.
I didn’t know where I was going with this.
They were on his property, I said.
When it’s snowing, the outdoors seem like a room.

Today I traded hellos with my neighbor.
Our voices hung close in the new acoustics.
A room with the walls blasted to shreds and falling.

We returned to our shoveling, working side by side in silence.

But why were they on his property, he asked.

-David Berman

Lotte Andersen (b. London 1989), selected exhibitions include All Opposing Players, curated by The Racial Imaginary Institute, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles (2022); Devenir Isla, curated by Tina Poimar, La Casa Encendida, Madrid (2022); The Future Isn't What It Used to Be, Rose Easton, London, UK (2021); Set to Go, Space 52, Athens, Greece (2021); Propositions for Alternative Narratives, Photoworks UK, Brighton, UK (2020); The Economics of Movement, The Whitechapel Gallery London, UK (2019); Good Night, Energy Flash, Hyundai Card Storage foundation, Seoul, Korea (2019); HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT LYING?, Tate Lates, Tate Modern, London, (2018).

Nicholas Bierk (b. Ontario 1985), selected solo exhibitions include Midnight, Pangée, Montreal (2022); A Distant Light, Patel Brown Gallery, Toronto (2022), Nick Bierk: Paintings, NO FOUNDATION, Toronto (2022). Selected group exhibitions include Pair A Dice, Cassandra Cassandra, Toronto (2019); Velvet Ropes, Zero Zero, Los Angeles (2019); Drawings, Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto (2018).

Asta Lynge (b. Copenhagen 1988), selected solo and two person exhibitions include Storyteller, world maker - Talker, with Jakob Ohrt, Stockholm School of Economics, organized by Coyote & SSE Art Initiative, Stockholm (2022); The Strait Trilogy, with Matilda Tjäder, Le Bourgeois, London (2022); SAFE, with Sebastian Hedevang & Andreas Rønholt Schmidt, Vermland Basement, Copenhagen (2022); Made of sunshine, Cittipunkt, Berlin (2022); l()l, Cucina, Copenhagen (2021); Vista, with Emilie Bausager, Lagune Ouest, Copenhagen (2021); The Strait, with Matilda Tjäder, BIZARRO, Copenhagen (2021); Volunteer, with Camilla Wills, dépendance, Brussels (2021); sliving, Archway Nightlands Connector Jennifer-See Alternate, Copenhagen (2020); Housewarming, with Nikhil Vettukattil and Matilda Tjäder, Le Bourgeois/3236RLS, London (2019).

Ian Waelder (b. Madrid, 1993), studied Fine Arts at Städelschule with Profs. Haegue Yang, Peter Fischli, and Mark von Schlegell. Selected solo exhibitions include Is it like today?, ethall gallery, Barcelona (2022); Why aren’t they all like that, as I should be?, L21, Palma (2021); We feel untied, but why?, curated by Sonia Fernández Pan, Centro Párraga, Murcia (2018); Who would be interested in an empty parking lot?, The Finish Museum of Photography, Helsinki (2018); The Noise, The Traces and Marks, LOCAL Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago de Chile (2015). Selected group shows include: Three Course Menu, fffriedrich, Frankfurt am Main (2022), Touch Release, curated with Tom Engels, Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden (2021); The Hawt Show II, Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Atina (2020); Aprender a caer, curated by Ángel Calvo Ulloa, La Casa Encendida, Madrid (2014).

Ian Waelder
Stain & Repair (Bare Hands)
Mixed media on canvas and linen
76.7 x 64.5 inches

Asta Lynge
Charred pine
35.5 x 8.25 inches

Nicholas Bierk
Oil on canvas
12 x 9 inches

Asta Lynge
Charred pine
48 x 35 x 4 inches

Asta Lynge
Charred pine
10 x 6 inches

Lotte Andersen
Pine, acrylic, paint, paper, polyurethane
Dimensions variable

Documentation by Iain Emaline