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Sarah Rosengarten

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January 26 – February 24, 2024

Photography by Julian Blum

Photography by Julian Blum

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Sarah Rosengarten, Rolli, 2024projector screen350 x 10 x 10 cm

Sarah Rosengarten, Rolli, 2024
projector screen
350 × 10 × 10 cm

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Sarah Rosengarten, Rolli (detail), 2024 projector screen, 350 x 10 x 10 cm

Sarah Rosengarten, Rolli (detail), 2024
projector screen,
350 × 10 × 10 cm

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Sarah Rosengarten, Facts (detail) 2024digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass120 x 145 x 2,5 cm

Sarah Rosengarten, Facts (detail) 2024
digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass
120 × 145 × 2,5 cm

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Sarah Rosengarten, Facts, 2024digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass120 x 145 x 2,5 cm

Sarah Rosengarten, Facts, 2024
digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass
120 × 145 × 2,5 cm

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Sarah Rosengarten, Facts, 2024digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass120 x 145 x 2,5 cm

Sarah Rosengarten, Facts, 2024
digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass
120 × 145 × 2,5 cm

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Sarah Rosengarten, Facts, 2024digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass120 x 145 x 2,5 cm

Sarah Rosengarten, Facts, 2024
digital print, custom-made frame, museum glass
120 × 145 × 2,5 cm

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The joke about Bigfoot being actually blurry, not just its photo.

I had never really thought about ‘administration’. I guess, I assumed that it is defined by the nature of activity, allocating resources and overseeing procedures... But It can mean that the objects of administration don’t belong to you. At the moment, I am using the word wherever I can. I “administer”. Obviously, you’re allowed to own something, but you also know what’s stressful about it. Two years ago I read that you just can’t take critical distance. When it comes to private administration the attempt is key, I think. Only to then understand ‘critical’ in a thermodynamic way, as the point where different states of aggregation exist simultaneously.

The photographs I’m showing here come out of multiple derivations of a press photo in an online article about popular acting techniques.

The joke about escalators not being able to break.

– Sarah Rosengarten