As part of his exhibition NOCLIPLILT at Simian, Rolf Nowotny creates an interactive performance where the audience is guided through the various rooms of the exhibition by a mysterious figure, inviting the guests to interact with the architecture and objects of the installation.
NOCLIPLILT transforms the exhibition space into a haunted house, populated by insistent beings who confronts the visitor with their split tongues, cleaven heads and deformed bodies. They inhabit a home that in no way feels homely. As you cross the threshold and wander through the house, you are sucked into an intimate and claustrophobic scenario. A scenography of rooms are decorated with worn and recycled farmhouse furniture that bears the traces of previous owners, but what at first might seem like something cosy and familiar appears twisted and frightening. Like a snail, we carry our home with us. It stays in us and we stay in it – for better or worse.
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