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This Wednesday artist Erik Steinbrecher will be presenting a new installation, taking place in the courtyard of the KW Institute for Contemporary Art. Erik Steinbrecher is a Swiss artist, born in Basel in the 1960s. He commonly works with installation pieces, public artworks, photography, videos, prints and sculpture. Currently, a fair amount of his time is spent teaching at Zürcher Hochschule der Künste. His works have been presented in Vienna, Kassel, MoMA PS1 in New York and naturally, Berlin. To be exhibited over the upcoming 10 months, the installation will be presented in the space between the entryway of the courtyard itself and the exhibition’s entrance. SINGLE FLAT will also add a third, larger cube to the mix, in addition to those nested within each other in the architecture of Cafe Bravo, designed by Dan Graham. A large wooden platform will be hosted by the Institute for the month to come, providing  a variety of possible uses. For instance one function being the use of visitors to sit or lay down, or use as a stage or table, shelter, or canvas of sorts. The extended exhibition and co-operation between KW and Erik Steinbrecher will be celebrated with a concert by John Miller, Aura Rosenberg and Frank Lutz of Dirty Mirrors, on August 5, from 1800–2100.

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