Santiago Sierra

2/10 2002 — 8/12 2002

The Spanish artist Santiago Sierra (1966) initiates actions that refer to everyday social life. He intervenes directly in life, revealing political developments and social dynamics. Sierra’s work shows how, with minimal intervention, systems and their ordered structures can be undermined and sensitively disturbed; for example when he uses a heavy goods vehicle to bring the traffic flow to a standstill at a busy intersection in Mexico City. His goal is to sharpen our perception of shortcomings and social inequities. Sierra will present a new work in situ for the project space as well as the show will present an overview of his

Curator: Gabriele Mackert