A Way to a Place
-able Kulturverein, Berlin
29 April - 20 May 2011
A Way to a Place presented 7 works selected from Edouard Levé’s ‘Oeuvres’, a book describing 553 artworks Levé thought of but never produced. Methodically following the author’s instructions, Busson created a series of pieces exploring the notions of territory and mobility as well as the relationship between representation and exploration of geographical space. The exhibition, which includes drawing, photography, performance and video, also investigates the issues related to authorship and collaboration in the context of contemporary art.
A Way to a Place was presented concurrently at –able Kulturverein in Berlin and at the James Taylor Gallery in London. Each presentation of the project involved a collaboration with other artists. Sabine Jamme presented a performance during the closing event at –able. The exhibition at the James Taylor Gallery was co-curated by Julia Crabtree and William Evans and included a work by Frédéric Nakache.