The exhibit brings together a small selection of photographs from the Dubailand and Small Dreams series shot between 2008 and 2009, which are taken out of their original context, thus lending them a new meaning.
Little interpretations takes a walk through different landscapes and situations in search of signs and symbols making reference to human actions and their interrelationship with spaces and with each other. These signs are nothing more than social and ideological facts, images of ourselves. Caricatures. Objects loaded with fantasy, yet at the same time signs to be decoded and analyzed. With our actions, we project ourselves onto the landscape, and our insistent, artificial construction tells us about what we are like as individuals and as a society. About our values.
Little interpretations are presented by cataloging objects and spaces removed from their context to reveal their crucial incongruity, thus magnifying their meaning and, at the same time, the irony of the images themselves.
curators: Bea Puskás & Tomas Opitz