Group show / Art project at Venetia Initiatives, Greenwich Street, New York
March 3 - April 16, 4-7 pm by appointment: email@example.com
Curated by Venetia Kapernekas (thoughts on Albert Camus)
P r e s e n t i n g
Constanza Camila Kramer Garfias
curiosity room A: Cornelia Thomsen
curiosity room B: Rocío Inès Marsyas
Albert Camus (1913 -1960) poses a crucial question: Is it possible for humans to act in an ethical and meaningful manner, in a silent universe? According to him the answer is yes, as the experience and awareness of the Absurd creates the moral values and also sets the limits of our actions. Camus separates the modern form of rebellion into two modes. First, there is the metaphysical rebellion, which is “the movement by which man protests against his condition and against the whole of creation.” The other mode, historical rebellion, is the attempt to materialize the abstract spirit of metaphysical rebellion and change the world. In this attempt, the rebel must balance between the evil of the world and the intrinsic evil which every revolt carries, and not cause any unjustifiable suffering.