New Scenario’s BODY HOLES

Martjin Hendriks


New Scenario is a dynamic platform for conceptual, time based and performative exhibition formats. It happens outside the realm of the white cube and is meant to function as an extension to create new contextual meaning.

BODY HOLES, the third exhibition project by New Scenario, explores the natural orifices of the human body as practical exhibition spaces for art. The show builds on macro shots of artworks by over forty international artists and artist groups, installed in the mouth, nose, ears and more explicit areas.

Experience Gregoire Blunt & Emmy Skensved, Antoine Renard, Paul Barsch, Marian Luft, Edward Marshall Shenk, Pakui Hardware, Caspar Jade Heinemann, Yves Scherer, Burkhard Beschow & Anne Fellner, Joey Holder, Jake Kent, Bruno Zhu, BB5000, Vincent Grunwald, Anselm Ruderisch, Antoine Donzeaud, Silas Inoue, Viktor Fordell, Christopher L G Hill, Ed Fornieles, Tilman Hornig, Sol Hashemi, Martijn Hendriks, Adam Cruces, Debora Delmar Corp., Rachel de Joode, Rasmus Høj Mygind, Sean Raspet, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Anna Sagström, Enrico Sutter, Josephyne Schuster Brandt, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Clemence de la Tour du Pin, Bradford Kessler, Emanuel Rossetti, Fenêtreproject (Dustin Cauchi & Francesca Mangion), Santiago Taccetti, Michele Gabriele, Jesse Darling, Mikkel Carl, Sandra Vaka Olsen, Dorota Gaweda & Eglé Kulbokaité, Hana Earles, Ullrich Klose, Victoria Dejaco in a most intimate new scenario.

Curated by New Scenario (a project by Paul Barsch & Tilman Hornig) in collaboration with Nuno Patricio, o fluxo, BODY HOLES was released on 3 June 2016  as an online exhibition at the 9th Berlin Biennale and can be accessed via the online section #FearOfContent and