04/01/17–04/09/17 Daniel Rossi
Edson Colon Aguirre
Hans Peter Ploner
Rebekka Kronsteiner
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A palin­drome is a sequence of let­ters, num­bers or notes which reads the same back­wards and for­ward.

Palin­dromic sequences are present in the struc­tures of bio­log­i­cal ele­ments (DNA), recre­ation­al math­e­mat­ics and many dif­fer­ent son­ic com­po­si­tion tech­niques such as Drone music and “Cut ups” (John Oswald on William S. Bur­roughs).

The biva­lent rep­e­ti­tion wich defines the form of palin­dromic struc­tures can be used as a kind of sym­me­try to estab­lish a com­mon rhythm between dif­fer­ent states of indi­vid­ual and col­lec­tive per­cep­tion.

Deal­ing with uncon­ven­tion­al for­mats and spe­cif­ic mate­ri­als lead us to use spaces and sur­faces as an essen­tial medi­um in order to cre­ate con­nec­tion points between appar­ent incom­pat­i­bil­i­ties.

The motion of cre­ation which grad­u­al­ly shapes the body of our works does not define a final­ized aes­thet­ic but cre­ates a loop among ideas, time and space.