Diffused Self
Dieter Roth and other failed

Special exhibition with works of two private collections on the occasion of the 5th anniversary of the LOFT

Opening: Friday, 1 December, 5 - 8 pm
Exhibition duration: 2 December 2017 to 18 February 2018

With works by
Al Hansen, Dick Higgins, Dieter Roth, Hermann Nitsch, Horace Clifford Westermann,
Jörg Immendorf, Jón Laxdal, Jón Sæmundur Auðarson, Marcia Herscovitz,
Nancy Reitkopf, Ómar Stefánsson, Tobias Regensburger, Rúrí, Wolf Vostell and others

The exhibition revolves around the vibrant creative production that can break out in many different ways. The focus lies on the work of the Swiss artist and graphic designer Dieter Roth, who has been creating paintings and sculptures of perishable goods since the 1960s. In the 1960s and 70s, the boundaries between art and life dissolved and Roth was one of the protagonists of the Fluxus movement. He took many artists and non-artists on a journey to understand life through creative processes.

Works from two private collections pay homage to the creative dilettantism, create exciting interrelations between the works as well as the personalities and tell wonderful stories.

For five years LOFT has existed as a private, non-commercial project space for national and international art. For us a good reason to celebrate this little anniversary with this special exhibition.

Opening hours:
Friday, December 8, 3 pm-6pm
Friday, December 15, 15-18 clock
Friday, December 29th, 3pm to 6pm
Friday, January 12, 3pm to 6pm
Friday, January 26, 15-18 clock
Friday, 16 February, 15-18 clock
Or working days by appointment: tel. 0981 205 96 80.

Concert / Performance
Friday, January 19, 19 clock
Singing II - Poetic Poems by and with Frank Sauer (Munich)

Dieter Roth, serigraph (top) and installation views

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