I saw you in a song
An exhibition by Marina Mónaco


I saw you in a song unfolds as an anti-memoir.

Echoing autonomous forms: a book, a sound piece, an installation and a way of seeing -and being in- the world give form to a non-linear narrative.

Trafficking raw pulses between two realms; the sharp, woke, lucid, and the deepest dream, the circle ends where it began.

Curated by Sofia Mastrogiacomo and Julieta Colantonio 

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Marina Mónaco is a photographer from Buenos Aires (b. 1996) based in Berlin. Her practice is guided by raw pulses of intuition, lust, and sound.

Texts by Julieta Colantonio
Graphic Design by Sofia Mastrogiacomo
Sound Design by morphena
Produced by Sofia Marchetti
Live acts by Nils Keppel, Dignified Burial, and aemilia



Dripping Stillness
An exhibition by Lena Becerra


Dripping Stillness, conceived in the depths of a basement; charged with the archetypal force of the underworld—part laboratory for synthetic matter experimentation, part home to arthropods that preceded this work.

A dark, humid, and silent ecosystem of oscillating organisms being bred— some pre-living, intra-uterus still, yet beating; waiting to be awakened from the eternal dream to consciousness.

For them, trans-living possibilities await, where their acephalous bodies will meet the cold steel clasp of surgical interventions—suspended limbs as a result of partial procedures; interrupted amputations conceived for the delight of prosthetic engineering.

In the centre, an autonomous entity of cyclical nature; shadow-working like the moon. Perpetually self-phagocytizing fluids — an ouroboros with no head or tail, only ghostly matter shifting states: the womb, the portal giving birth, to a cluster of leaky children in cautious stillness—a dripping ecosystem- meta-material.

Curated by Sofia Mastrogiacomo and Julieta Colantonio

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Lena Becerra is an artist from Buenos Aires (b. 1994) based in Berlin. Her surgically arranged ecosystems summon contemplation of alternative forms of social fabric in gestational stage, where the sinister and sublime converge as part of a cyclical call for rebirth.


Texts by Julieta Colantonio
Graphic Design by Sofia Mastrogiacomo
Sound Design by Candie
Light Design by Shaly López
Produced by Sofia Marchetti
Live act by Fe Sexta

Photographs by © James Verhille




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