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Rhona Mühlebach | Loch Long
4 May 2019 until 18 May 2019
In this solo exhibition Rhona Mühlebach turns her attention to the role played by ecology in narrative construction. Here, the natural environment functions as a living archive and mnemonic device. The history, the water and the inhabitants of Loch Long (a sea loch on the West Coast of Scotland) are the parameters of the multi-screen video installation.
Loch Long is a play. The characters are Ruth – the swimmer, Martha – the scientist, Augusto Alfredo Roggen – the spy, Mhairi – the victim and the chattering Chorus. They live in a world where body and voice are separate entities that are not tied together. Identity crisis abound.
Funded by: Pro Helvetia, Kulturstiftung des Kantons Thurgau.