all the lonely people LAXART
all the lonely people makes the experience of isolation and solitude visible. In doing so, the works take up traditional motifs associated with hermitage—retreat into nature, contemplation, and the dualities of inside and outside, exchange and silence, exclusion and trauma—and apply them to some of today’s urgent questions. They offer new perspectives on loneliness in the digital age, off-grid self-sufficiency, and imaginary places of refuge in the midst of gentrification and systemic oppression.
Participating artists: Thomas Struth and Anri Sala