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  In a liminal space my shadow gets twisted - 2022 
   A liminal space is known as both a place and a state, a condition of transitioning, a gap in which one’s shape or identity is indefinite. You may think of it as a crossing point, a state of existence between certainties, between forms and realities; the sensation of in-betweenness. Do we define such a state and the elements within it by what was, what is to be, or by the mere condition of (a) changeover?
   The exhibition In a liminal space, my shadow gets twisted, shows a snippet from Albert Kaan’s latest project, in which the artist questions the manner of existence of a transitional self and its identity. Drawing from the experience of living life between rural and urban spaces, he outlines the junction of worlds and the transition one navigates through them, using reinterpreted shapes and recontextualized props in undefined new settings. The exhibition gathers a series of works that illustrate his journey, that talk about transience in that kind of liminal space, where the forms embodied may appear or leave a trace of their presence, but in the end, none remain.        - Monica Dănilă

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