Florian Baudrexel (b. 1968 in Munich, lives in Berlin) has developed two rooms with very different spatial concepts for his solo exhibition at the Kunstverein Hamburg. The first, austere and virtually empty, has sloping walls that seem to recede and offers few points of reference, either in terms of discernible visible phenomena or in terms of clues that might serve as a guide in physically experiencing the space. The other is characterized by profusion, an abundance that seems almost to close in on itself, blurring the line between the space and the boundaries delimiting it. To get from one room to another, visitors pass through a space inspired by a human face, streaming in and out of its “mouth” like breaths of air.
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