22 January – 26 February

The film Einstein’s Brain (Kevin Hull, 1994) is about a professor travelling to the USA to find the brain of Albert Einstein. Einstein’s brain was removed from his body after his death. The whereabouts of the brain are unknown. The film claims to be a documentary, but the credibility of the story is questioned by many. Just like in this documentary the three artists in the exhibition enjoy creating a seductive illusion that is almost immediately debunked. It is not just about manipulating the viewer, but also about mocking what is generally accepted as true, important, or impressive.

Thomas Behling (DE)
Frans van Tartwijk (NL)
Maria de Vet (NL)