Evelin Saul’s ja Madlen Hirtentreu’s “Transmission” at HOP Gallery

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On Thursday, 26th October at 6pm Evelin Saul and Madlen Hirtentreu will open their first joint exhibition ‘Transmission’ at HOP gallery.

The exhibition stays open till 14th November.

In 1632, Galileo Galilei published his ‘Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems’. Some pages of the aforementioned book are dedicated to a discussion of a ship that leaves Venice for Aleppo. One speaker, Sagredo, imagines a pen that would leave a visible mark of the entire voyage from Italy towards Syria.
Noble Venetians ponder how it could be that everything on board remains immobile, while at the same time leaving a thousand-yard-long trace. They discover that a true and real motion can be seen from different perspectives, including those from which this very movement would be as if nonexistent.

Exhibition involves inner and outer space, movement between instinctive, controllable and uncontrollable.

One is left with resonance.

Attention: Access to mechanical inventory is physically restricted

From idea to realization: Evelin Saul, Madlen HIrtentreu

Technical team: Bruno and Rünno Mander, Harri Liis, Ahto Härm

Exhibition is supported by: Cultural Endowment of Estonia and Konesko Ltd.

Thanks: EKKM, Mihkel Masso, Revo Koplus, Lilian Vellerand, Aksel Tamm, Eneli Järs, Jarmo Reha

Evelin Saul graduated from Estonian Academy of Arts in 2016 with Master’s degree in Installation and Sculpture, having previously completed the field of Ceramics in BA in the same university. She has studied in exchange in Spain (UGR, 2009) and France (ÉSAD, 2010) and has been taking part of exhibitions since 2010, including in Estonia, Denmark, Russia, France, Spain, the USA and Canada. Reoccurring themes in her works and research include relations between inner and outer spaces, perception, site specificity. Evelin is currently based in Denmark.

Madlen Hirtentreu studied Visual arts and Economics in Italy, IED(BA) and graduated from Estonian Academy of Arts at the Sculpture and Installation department (MA, 2017).
She has been active in projects and exhibitions since 2014, including Estonia, Denmark, Italy, France, Russia and Canada.
In choice of medium tries to maintain freedom, using often collaboration between different means/materials.
Reoccurring themes in her work and research lies in psychological and physical aspects and codes in the matter and space, playing with subjects individual ability to perceive time and space.

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