The 2015 Venice Biennale hints more towards a title ‘End of the World’ instead of ‘All the World’s Futures’. Amidst all turmoil, chaos and deconstruction I reconstruct and find serenity, a peacefull nothingness and empty spaces, that are far from empty.

The 56th International Art Exhibition in Venice reflects a state of the world in which we find ourselves today. Heading for the end of times, as we know it. Entering the unknown. Beyond form and function. Spaceless, stateless, homeless, formless, workless and even artless…Space as our final frontier. Energy instead of form as a new direction.

A photo essay with works by artists Joseph Kosuth | Gutnher Uecker, Sean Scully, Adrian Pipe, Robert Ryman, Sean Lynch, Ibrahim Mahama, Tatsuro Miki | Axel Vervoort, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Heimo Zobernig, Jayne Dyer | Wayne Warren, Oscar Murillo, Anish Kapoor | Alberto Giacometti, Hyong-Keun Yun, Jidang | Otto Boll | Heinz Mack, Szilárd Cseke, Léon Radegonde, Agnes Martin, while visiting among others the Arsenale, Giardini, Palazzo Fortuny and the Sechelles Pavilion.

September 2015, Venice

Also at the 56th Venice Biennale Herman de Vries and Chiharu Shiota