Rachel de Joode, Detail of a Thing, 2016
Hybrid Modus addressed the issue of a man-made, hybrid ecology where nature, culture, capital, and the circulation of information coexist and overlap within the web of life.
Isabelle Andriessen, The Mesh - strange strangers between life and non-life, 2015
Julian Charrière, Future Fossil Spaces, 2016
Martijn Hendriks (left), Benjamin Verhoeven (right)
Dan Walwin, Cess, jel ever terrass
Taking place in a dilapidated monastery in Germany, Hybrid Modus took the perspective of the human environment in a state of flux. Ranging from natural and urban surroundings, to virtual worlds, the exhibition focused on the position of sculpture in the context of today’s networked society.
Raul Walch, Sculpture mouvante
Stian Korntved Ruud &AE, Ludological, 2016
Spiros Hadjidjanos, Networked Pillars
Alvaro Urbano, The Ghost & The Host
Lara Almarcegui, Isabelle Andriessen, Julian Charrière, Andreas Greiner, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Martijn Hendriks, Markus Hoffmann, Rachel de Joode, Sculptress Of Sound, Stian Korntved Ruud &AE, Philip Topolovac, Mirko Tschauner, Alvaro Urbano, Benjamin Verhoeven, Raul Walch, Dan Walwin
Bas Hendrikx, Ursula Ströbele
Skulptur Bredelar, Germany