the line of support.
the exchange, and chains of love.
shelving units of the times.
images in order:
kim moltzer (1968), charles hollis jones, vico magistretti, unknown, enzo mari
"Simon Dybbroe Møller subjects twentieth-century avant-garde to a subjective revision in his work. His installations, photographs and films allude to a seemingly astonishing precision in the accidental; convey by transformation, manipulation or mirroring, a mystical aura to the putatively logical.
He is interested in the failures and peripheries of recent art history and combines individual fragments in order to construe new references or to lay emphasis on forgotten protagonists and bypaths. A side of modernism emerges behind the smooth, clear, and rationalist façade of abstract and conceptual art that already Sol LeWitt noted in his Sentences on Conceptual Art when he wrote: “We are mystics rather than rationalists.”