Five Weeks in a Balloon by Bryan Zanisnik

Bryan Zanisnik's solo exhibition Five Weeks in a Balloon, featuring site-specific installations on the nature of memory and perception, begins this weekend in Amsterdam.

The Brookyln-based artist, who combines installations with photography and performance, will also perform at the exhibition's opening at Ten Haaf Projects. The installation, named after a 1983 adventure novel, is a 'failed archive' of ambiguous images, playing on the trials and pitfalls of memory.

In the photographic series 'Capgras Syndrome True Indigo', Zanisnik's parents are caught in unguarded moments as they interact with an earlier exhibition.

Five Weeks in a Balloon will show at Ten Haaf Projects in Amsterdam from 23 February to 10 April. The opening party with the artist will be on 23 February from 17:00 to 20:00. You can download an invite from the gallery's website.

Ten Haaf Projects
Laurierstraat 248
1016 PT
Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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