ES KANN IMMER AUCH GANZ ANDERS SEIN
The exhibits of Andrea Pichl which KROME Gallery shows in the window of her partner DYRM, stand in an inverse relation of denotation, compared to their original conception. Originally, this group of sculptures was part of a public art project in a strictly delimited square (1.50 x 1.50 m), arranged on the Anton-Saefkow-Platz in Berlin. This place is synonymous with urbanist DDR planning, whose structure was influenced by the daily life of Vietnamese weekly markets. These unwanted remnants of done work correspond with relics of trade operated in the GDR.