THERE IS A HOLE IN THE BACK OF MY HEAD AND I ENJOY LOOKING OUT OF IT.
acb Gallery, Budapest, 2015
Schulz developed two installations in relation to each other for the main gallery and the Attachment. The spatial painting in the main gallery was blocking off most of the exhibition space. Visitors could get a sense of the space behind but couldn’t enter and were denied the painting in the back of the structure. A dark mirror in front of the painting was doubling it and deviate the gaze from the horizontal into the vertical. The painting itself was dealing with closure and release.
At the attachment a small drywall was poorly installed and presenting a small photograph of a detail of the back of the spatial painting from the main gallery.
Thin red line, 220 x 510 x 110 cm, acrylic paint on MDF, black mirror
Curtain (skin colour black), ø 120 cm + curtain (skin colour red), ø 80 cm, acrylic paint on MDF
performance piece: plastic bags, latex paint
Blank note, 40 x 80 cm, ditto print on aluminium dibond + drywall
Rupture, ø 100 cm, acrylic paint on MDF