«All Classifications Will Lose Their Grip»

19th February – 1st May 2022

Irena Haiduk, Remaster, Hella Working in Apartment 50, 2020. Photo: Anna Shteynshleyger.

Irena Haiduk, Siren Bay, Seductive Exacting Realism, 2015. The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago.

Irena Haiduk, Spinal Discipline: Julia Allnoch, Isabella Artadi, Mustafa Boğa, Annika Katja Boll, Beryl Chepkirui, Mona Eing , Ozgür Genc, Mila Gligorić, Josefine Mundri, Andara Shastika, Wenti Sheng and Alma Weber working, Kassel, 2017. Photo: Anna Shteynshleyger

Irena HaidukVoice Base, Seductive Exacting Realism Waiting Room, documenta 14, 2017. Inox, microphone hardware, botanical matter. Photo: Anna Shteynshleyger.

Irena HaidukRemaster, Hella Reading in Apartment 50, 2020. Photo: Anna Shteynshleyger.

Opening Day: Saturday, 19 February 2022, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Guided Tour on Tuesday: Tuesday, 22 February 2022, 8 p.m.

Guided Tour on Sunday: Sunday, 1 May 2022, 3 p.m.

January 1, 2021 marked the beginning of the 'Initiative for Trade Aesthetics (ITA)', a long-term collaboration between Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen and the oral corporation Yugoexport. So far, ITA has supported the writings of Irena Haiduk, who heads Yugoexport since 2015. Two collections of writing Studio Feelings and All Classifications Will Lose Their Grip have propelled production of accessories, scripts, sets, animated films, educational and performance programs, some of which will find form in the exhibition. The overlapping of aesthetic and economic production powers Yugoexport's work, and serves as a starting point for the first institutional solo exhibition in Switzerland.

The exhibition by Yugoexport is supported by LANDIS & GYR STIFTUNG.

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