Fire and Forget. On Violence

Part of "Weapons lounge"

14.–22.12., 27.–30.12.2014, 2.–11.1.2015 / HAU2


“Fire and Forget” refers to weapons that independently seek out their targets after having been fired. The resulting violent act entails practically no risk for those who initiate it; the experience of violence is replaced by its image, or a fantasy of it.

The installation "The Nine Eyes of Google Street View“ by Jon Rafman and a talk with curators Ellen Blumenstein and Daniel Tyradellis at HAU provide a first insight into the exhibition and its subject-matter, planned for May 2015 at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art. 


Arbeit von: Jon Rafman


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Text by Hendrik Otremba.

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