2 normalcy bias

An exhibition of 10 international artists: website

Saturday 4 June 2011 from 4pm + free cocktails

End of exhibition 19 June 2011

justine blau - 2 photos and computer animation -  Justine Blau was supported by the Ministère de la Culture, de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche and the Fonds Culturel National of Luxemburg

katharina blühm - small objects and drawings  |  marsha dunstan - Video-Installation 
pippa koszerek & anna pharoah - Video / Performance
ilka leukefeld - Video-Installation  jera may - Projektion  |  linda persson - fimlet
stephany serpick - paintings   |  grigoria vryttia - 1 book (repainted instruction book)

Ten international artists have been invited to individually present artworks that explore the psychological phenomenon known as ‘normalcy bias’. The exhibition is a reflection on how supression of reality is used to keep up the appearance of normality; how bad news is suppressed, ignored, covered up and in some cases smiled upon. Unfortunately, this ignoring, not-reacting to and smiling upon will inadvertently lead to the the worsening of the condition and often to disaster.