The Insescapability of you

Art Aia – La Dolce Berlin is pleased to announce the Duo Exhibition of Israeli artist Shir  Zilberstein and Californian artist Ted Titus .

ted shir poster

 

The Inescapability of You is a photography exhibition which centers on the inability of humanity to exist without each other for better or worse.

Contrasting Shir Zilber’s deeply personal work focusing on the pain that can come from connection with Ted Titus’s highly stylized work centering on the individuals inevitable trading of personal agency for connection, this show delves into our place with one another.

Opening : February 7th / 18.30 – 23.00

Saturday February 8th / 14.00 – 21.00

Sunday February 9th / 16.00 – 22.00

Art Aia – La Dolce Berlin

Turkenstrasse 19 , Wedding

U6 : Seestrasse or Reherge

Shir  Zilberstein

Israeli artist Shir Zilberstein - Art Aia- La Dolce Berlin
Israeli artist Shir Zilberstein

Israeli artist Shir  Zilberstein works within the connection of the individual to the inter-personal. How do we, through our own free will, trade freedom to the individual for the language of pleasure and pain. What are willing to trade in the tolls of negative for the affirmation of the positive? Further more what Is our common breaking point in which our own personal sense of self brings us back to hold us as an individual who can walk away from our societal connection?

Ted Titus

Ted Titus - Art Aia - La Dolce Berlin
Californian artist Ted Titus

Californian artist Ted Titus delves headfirst into the inescapability of the other. That by the very act of our existence we are stuck in the connection that we in a way owe to our fellow being. What is the place of our agency when we feel need for validation and conflict within each other? This is work to fight for the value of the individual against our own natural inclinations.

 


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