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Courtesy: Nathalie Rey / Vilma Leino

Scope BLN



Solo exhibition by Nathalie Rey


Curated by: Ayça Okay 

Invited artist: Vilma Leino


September 1 – September 22, 2023

Opening: Friday, September 1 at 6:00 p.m. 


The project is part of ORTSTERMIN 23 - the art festival of Moabit


Nathalie Rey's Rabbits exhibition serves as a thought-provoking exploration of the complex interplay between contemporary society and the concept of hyperreality. 

Drawing from a diverse range of artistic mediums, Rey's scattered practice includes conventional disciplines such as sculptures and assemblages, as well as digital mediums like videos and photography. Inspired by various theories, she delves into themes such as mass consumption, the impact of media, and the blurring of reality and simulation in her exploration of contemporary society and hyperreality.


Through her use of soft, colorful toys and a short film, she invites viewers to question whether the socioeconomic systems, patterns, and norms that dominate our lives have become the new reality or, perhaps, the simulacra that shape our existence. As both a symbol of desire and a victim of the modern world, the Rabbit character invites us to contemplate the consequences of our immersion in the hyperreal. 


In Rabbits, Nathalie Rey offers a space for reflection on our contemporary existence's complex and often disorienting nature, leaving us with questions that linger long after the exhibition's end.


Text by Ayça Okay

Opening: Friday, September 1 at 6:00 p.m.


Scope BLN Art Space & Scope BLN Cinema Room

Lübecker Str. 43 10559 Berlin

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