Campo dei Gesuiti, Chiostro dei Crociferi
May 24th – June 17th
Open 09 – 23 every day
Cora von Zezschwitz, Tilman Hoepfl
INFINITE VILLAGE is a continuation of the collaborative art project UN_SPACED, founded in 2017 by artists Cora von Zezschwitz and Tilman Hoepfl. The single modular structure describes a spatial solution rather than manifesting as a volume, presenting itself as a notion of space or dwelling rather than an object. Interventions with fabrics and other ‘poor’ materials suggest ideas of inhabitation and social activity to underscore the inextricable interdependence of artwork, architecture and the perception of open space, as well as intimacy, openness, reflection and dialogue. The project is visually and mentally understood as an open structure, a conscious yet playful construction of space. The structure functions as an autonomous work of art, a sculptural or architectural intervention, and an investigation of spatial perception. In addition, the title INFINITE VILLAGE draws attention to the concept of structural transformation and architecture of additions, towards the comprehension of space as material or transmitter of thought, and global issues such as habitation and migration.