Scratching the Surface | Aline Baiana on "The Cross of the South"


Aline Baiana's installation “The Cross of the South” consists of five rocks, the hanging of which mimics the constellation of the same name. The orientation towards the south points to the perspective of the global south and its indigenous communities and asks for greater attention to be paid to them when weighing up land use and environmental protection.

The exhibition "Scratching the Surface" looks to the recent history of art in order to trace some of the entanglements between human beings, technology and nature.