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Riverside presents Stoneroses #5 / Bern

Stoneroses is a project initiated by Mirak Jamal and Santiago Taccetti in 2014.
Held at Grunewald, a huge forested piece of land in the southwest region of Berlin, the first iteration of Stoneroses consisted of works disseminated throughout that vicinity. #5 took place on invitation by Riverside in the surrounding of Bern. With contributions by 

Selina Lutz, Louisa Gagliardi & Adam Cruces, Adrian Manuel Huber, Carl Mannov, David Keating, Eric Sidner, Daria Melnikova


20.08-21.08 2016

http://www.stoneroses.tk
http://www.riverside-space.ch



Adam Cruces, Louisa Gagliardi


Adam Cruces, Louisa Gagliardi

Adam Cruces, Louisa Gagliardi

Adam Cruces, Louisa Gagliardi

Adrian Manuel Huber

Adrian Manuel Huber

Adrian Manuel Huber

Carl Mannov

Daria Melnikova

Daria Melnikova

David Keating

David Keating

Eric Sidner

Selina Lutz










The question lies in visibility! She would go on to say.
There is the smell of green at one tucked slope, countered by the cursor at another incline. One may entice another.
It is potentially green anywhere, even where it doesn't permit for growth. Man holds these credentials at the least.
A search calls for action…what are the footprints without the dirt and pebble; the scroll and stroll. A view from up above the clouds allows for better navigation, though the smell is far-reaching for any touch as such. Nevertheless, what a grand overview; block by block zones; the green pastures beneath…the city is everywhere.
How about over there.
Grounded here: it is potentially green. And the smell of the concrete curing permeates in the air…recalling the sort of gardens of childhoods. This surely is the comfort food of a collective outdoors.
No matter if the color underneath is fresh green, a checkered red-and-white, or a dubious smoky grey… Let's not settle just yet let's roam.