One way of getting rid of temporality

One way of getting rid of temporality is through repetition. Is each new iteration of a thing a new thing or simply a repetition of the previous one? Are they to be clearly separated or put together in addition or division as many things or just one? Is this a spatial thing now or a mathematical one? You figure it out! They say we don’t count! Obsessive compulsion. Stay in the now. Memory works like drops on a window or dust in a cloud. The father, the son and the holy housecleaner.

–Karl Holmqvist

DAVID MOSER – Memorial Drawings, 2020

permanent marker 3000 on grid DIN A4 paper, fire resistant oversized snap frame, each 62 x 87 cm

DAVID MOSER – Bodies, 2020/2021

BODY 14 (Escalated Desire)

BODY 93 (Nom-du-Père) (Name-des-Vaters)

BODY 18 + 20 (Desire as a Symptom)

acrylic DIN A 4 displays, cross-head screws, signatures, number stickers

DAVID MOSER – Wipe Out with Wite•Out and Cover the Holes, 2020/2021

grid DIN A4 paper , Wite•Out (American equivalent for Tipex-Ex®, Swarovski crystal earring stickers and piercings, A4 acrylic portrait display

photos: Ivan Murzin

SELECTED PRESS

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Friday 5, 2021 – print edition

“Minimal stotternd” by Christoph Schütte

Article to buy

BIOGRAPHY – David Moser

Born 1993 in Zurich, Switzerland living and working in Frankfurt am Main

EDUCATION

2018 – Hochschule für Bildende Künste – Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main

2014 – 2018 Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee, Berlin

PUBLICATIONS

2019 “Ich bin Sandra”, Printer fault press

SCOLARSHIPS

Cusanuswerk

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021 “Fix”, JeanClaudeMaier, Frankfurt am Main

2020 “Untitled”, Wein&Co, Zurich

2019 “T”, Johanne, Frankfurt am Main

2017 “Untitled”, Upstairs at €rix, Berlin

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2020 “Covid Dairies” Lovaas Projects, Munich

2018 “The Axial Line” PS120, Berlin

2018 “Side effects”, Bayer Kultur, Leverkusen

2018 “Dotland II“ Peninsula, Old West Cigarette factory, Berlin