Image: Ruth Eckland


The exhibition explores what it is to lose something, someone, some direction and some sense of self. But is it so bad to be a flaneur, flaneuse, in wanderlust, in terra incognita, a nomad, a shaman, a drifter?

A fantastic array of international artists come together in one space to find lucidity in that loss. Through various retrieval methodologies the artists explore navigational strategies, emotional celibacy, memories, reinvention, survival skills and escapism. Work exhibited include film, animation, photography, installations, drawings, paintings and sculpture to keep hold of old ties, retrace steps and to experience the joy of retrieval.

The exhibition asks the audience how we find clarity and closure when the subject has ceased. It allows the artists to answer how the unforeseen is evitable not calculated or measured because ultimately our possessions may have disappeared but we are still here.

Image: Ellen Jantzen

Sara Lucas Agutoli

London, UK


Paper, wood, tiles , anatomic skeleton, plaster, acrylic paint, shoes, rubber bands, balsa wood
plaster, golden leaf, rubber bands, balsa wood, acrylic paint

Sara Lucas Agutoli merges popular themes with art’s metalinguistics through a learned and symbolic system of citations. Working with different media she reflects on the idea of on going transformation – of the spaces, of the body, as well as of aesthetics – and creates her personal architectures drawing on her inner experiences, knowledge and vision