This publication was part of the installation München du sattes Gesicht! at Galerie der Künstler München, 2017.
München du sattes Gesicht! focuses on a discursive exchange between us and exhibition visitors during the opening. We provided 50 of our own personal and political demands (urgent issues pertaining specifically to artists) printed on paper, attached to long pieces of mesh fabric as wearable garments to the public. The result was a non-static installation, which made it possible for everyone to discuss those statements. We both acted as hosts for the night of the opening, inviting people to put on the clothes and thus to engage in a conversation. The act of wearing the garments and also a big glyph on each, a minimal varying character, unified those visitors into one collective group amongst the mass of the opening crowd. Besides each statement became one page of a publication that was shown additionally with the installation as a an overview and document to remain.
52 p., b/w copies of the original sheets from the installation München du sattes Gesicht!, xerox on colored paper, stapled, 21 x 29.7 cm
Design: Hammann von Mier