"Welcome to Gelatin and have a nice day!"
Gelatin comprises four artists who started working together in 1993. Their oeuvre encourages participation and looking without prejudice or cultural stigmas. Their practice reveals a place where homogeneity gives way to the richness of diversity, autonomy and free thinking. The exhibition ‘Gelätin: Vorm- Fellows - Attitude’ presents Gelatin’s longstanding and unbiased interest in the human condition, placing the body at the centre of their process.
The exhibition presents monumental, site-specific works, suited to the unique character of this large, column-free exhibition space. Gelatin’s explorations of the varied possibilities of what sculpture can be have led them to the realisation that the first sculpture you make as a child is, in fact, a turd. With this in mind, in 2007, they discovered a poop alphabet, embracing the innocence of childhood, a pre-taboo condition lost to adults. Gelatin questions such taboos through their personal, sincere and passionate approach. With a childlike enthusiasm the artists invite you, as a participant, to rethink and redefine the boundaries that confine us, both physical and psychological.