ART-PUBLIC 2021: Artist talk HORST with Florian Bach
Annina Pandiani, art historian MA, in conversation with Florian Bach.
The installation HORST by Florian Bach is a small colony of eight black wooden cabins that has temporarily settled on the roof of the residential building at Seilerbahnweg 15 on the outskirts of Chur. Florian Bach (*1975, Johannesburg, South Africa) studied art at the Hochschule der Künste (now HEAD) in Geneva. The Swiss artist investigates political territories and deciphers themes and situations of social violence. His installations deal with paradoxical questions. He deals with themes of political existentialism, militant attitude, resignation and rejection, but on the other hand he is interested in topics such as uprooting, domination, defeat and annihilation. After solo exhibitions at the Centre Culturel Suisse in Paris (2006), the Centres for Contemporary Art in Lausanne (2017) and Geneva (2018), Florian Bach is exhibiting in Graubünden for the second time. Florian Bach lives and works in Geneva and Berlin.
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