An exhibition realised at P/////AKT in Amsterdam, 11.03. – 11.04.2021.
In Goodbye air pollution, the future is here, my interest in exhibition space meets my fascination with urban space. A series of wall-like structures built out of discarded materials—collected from various demolition and construction sites in the area around P/////AKT—have been arranged in a formation dividing and organising the space. They host excerpts from the process of observing and documenting a city constantly under construction, including photography and video as well as a variety of debris from Brussels and Amsterdam.
Special thanks to Lieven Lahaye, Emiel Zeno, Paulien Barbas, Maikel Graven, and René de Bruijn.
Take a look:
Conversations with A, a reflection on the exhibition by artist and film maker Ingel Vaikla.
Kunstenaar Anu Vahtra zet de stedelijke ruimte op losse schroeven by Edo Dijksterhuis, Het Parool, 19.03.2021 (in Dutch)
Six Questions: Anu Vahtra, tique.art, 17.03.2021
Verbrusseling – in gesprek met Anu Vahtra bij P/////AKT by Nadeche Remst, Metropolis M, 02.03.2021 (in Dutch)