The exhibition investigates the dimension e the nature of the human being between tensions and social inequalities, war, divisions and identity contrasts but focuses equally on the equally human theme of dreams and dream transposition, between singularity and plurality, on the ideal as opposed to the real .
Udo Rein, Bavarian multimedia artist, brings a site-specific intervention conceived ad hoc for Crea's One Contemporary Art space: The work, which includes two-dimensional works, oils and acrylics on canvas and wood, sees its fulcrum in the central installation, where the artist has recreated a border, a frontier, a check point, including two video installations between barbed wire and barriers: "EXIT.BABEL" (Collection ZKM - Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, 2014) of 2008, which aims to provide an insight into the life of
co-prisoners of Nelson Mandela on Robben Island, and 2016's “Walk of Fame”, a hidden camera walk in the infamous Rocinha favela in southern Rio de Janeiro.
In the Legno & Legno space Lukas Taido and Tatjana Lee talk about the concept of dreams.
"REM" is an immersive audio / video installation created exclusively for "Crepusculo de la Creatura" by the German artist Lukas Taido, resident in Berlin.
It consists of one object (a metal bed, a bedding), several pieces of projection gauze translucent, multiple projectors and small speakers.
REM is about dreams, according to the artist, while all people who are awake and conscious in one given moment around the world, they share a portion of a single objective reality, each of the millions of people who are actively sleeping and dreaming right now. same moment, inhabit and experience a completely different parallel reality (but subjectively no less "real").
The comparison of these millions of coexisting realities, with the multitude of quantum levels existing in one single moment in time is the research point at the center of the work: the single person lives and observes one of them, and is indispensable and responsible as creator for its definable existence (as demonstrated through the experiment of "double-slit quantum mechanics"), exactly as it is indispensable and responsible for the creation and "realization" of the other reality, that of one's own dream.
Therefore, especially from a philosophical point of view, the reality of awake people can be seen as a single collective reality, while all the dreams taking place at that same time all over the world, they can be considered a myriad of independent realities (or parallel quantum levels).
Beyond that, even from a scientific point of view, everyone can be part of more than one quantum level or dream at the same time, but never be an observer of more than one. The alternate "quantum" realities of dreaming humans existing in parallel are inaccessible to all others, as they simply reveal themselves to the viewer / dreamer.
The installation, using a purely artistic approach to this concept, wants to tell this bivalence and bi-existence of "reality": a subjective internal (abstract) vision of the sleeping object, using multiple images projected on different layers of gauze, while the external view is represented from the animated and projected, over 100,000 data, obtained during the voluntary outpatient polygraphy related to the artist's project, at the ASR laboratory of the Charite Clinic in Berlin on 19 August 2022.
Still inside the rooms of the Legno & Legno space, artist Tatjana Lee investigates the moment of dawn: Dawn often represents a leap into the unknown, a premonition of a new era. The twilight that it derives from it gives it something magically mysterious.
Tatjana Lee's images allow viewers to immerse themselves in their own secrecy, bringing them back to the capacity of the magical thought of childhood days, beyond the horizon of their own identity.
Like a window into another dimension, a new world is revealed to the visitor via her mobile phone. A hidden digital meta-content brings paintings to life via the Instagram app using augmented reality.
The Twilight of Creatrura is the second intervention of "Fundamenta", an imagined permanent project and wanted by Crea Cantieri del Contemporaneo in collaboration with various cultural realities of Munich and Venice, historically places of very important innovation in the history of art.
Thomas Lynsmayer, Pier Paolo Scelsi, and Elmar Zorn will lead a unique and shared working group, whose purpose is to produce cultural research in the two capitals of Bavaria and Veneto, in ideal spaces to tell, through exhibitions, talks, performances and concerts, with special attention and focus on young artists, the continuity and contemporary artistic wealth of these two cities.
The foundations are the hidden part of a building but which supports the entire structure, for this reason Fundamenta stands as a return to the origins, to the bases of artistic practice.
Furthermore, in the Venetian vocabulary the "fondamenta" are the pedestrian arteries of the city, anchored to the bottom of the lagoon: direct is the call to encounter, trade and cultural exchange that has always, over the centuries, defined and made the city rich and unique. from Venice.