Flocking Practices, Iti Kasser’s exhibition

Hobusepea gallery

Iti Kasser‘s first solo exhibition Flocking Practices emanates from the motive and the behaviour logic of a flock that forms abstract and dynamic patterns. A flock of birds is like a unified organism that can instantaneously and perfectly co-ordinately manoeuvre and change its direction. In a flock, there is no leader to plan or guide the movement of the group – every bird can start a change of direction, which would carry over as a wave from one bird to another. In a human flock, even the most abstract form of movement marks the environment that surrounds us, as well as the the obstacles, relations of power and ideological points of view, the social agreements and unwritten laws, or attempts to swim upstream, which require a greater effort. Through photo and video captures, the exhibition searches for and observes the amorphous patterns, caused by various flocking practices and every day, so-called natural lines of flight, silently espoused.

5 October 2011, at 18:00


6 October 2011 – 17 October 2011


Hobusepea gallery


Hobusepea 2, Tallinn



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Iti Kasser