19.02. — 04.03.2016
Europe in autumn is a personal reflection on European self-understanding and how it is affected by a changing Europe. It is built up as a fragmented set where the artworks roughly function as backdrop, curtain, stage floor, and props. Europe in autumn is an awkward approach to the simultaneous degradation and reconstruction of the Europe we know. Values change and in the process ideologies muddy, nostalgia spread and nationalism flourishes.