Inhabitants at The Tail / Bruxelles

Hadassah Emmerich, Hanna Stiegeler

16. October –13. November 2021 

The Tail
Avenue Jacques Sermon 83, 1090 Bruxelles

Inhabitants of a reflection.
Inhabitants of a look.
Inhabitants of deception.
Inhabitants taking a walk.

Inhabitants as decoration.
Inhabitants of clothes.
Inhabitants of declarations.
Inhabitants in oaths.

Inhabitants switching positions
Inhabitants changing sides.
Inhabitants of a submission.
Inhabitants of a bribe.

Inhabitants of an unspoken rule.
Inhabitants behind a wall.
Inhabitants of what should be true.
Inhabitants making a call.

Inhabitants of whispers
Inhabitants drawing lines.
Inhabitants becoming sisters.
Inhabitants becoming a shrine.

Inhabitants as my chin on your chest.
Inhabitants taking a rest.

Hanna Stiegeler (b.1985, Konstanz) completed her Meisterstudium at HGB Leipzig and also studied at UdK Berlin and Art Academy Warsaw. Her works have most recently been on view at Gems, NYC, Sweetwater, Berlin, Galerie Eigen+Art in Leipzig and in the Collection of State Saxony. Stiegeler lives and works in Berlin 

Hadassah Emmerich (b. 1974, Heerlen) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Maastricht, HISK Flanders and Goldsmiths College, London. Recent exhibitions include: Trailblazers, 150 years Royal Award for Painting, Royal Palace, Amsterdam 2021; BXL Universel II:, CENTRALE for contemporary art, Brussels, 2021; Hallelujah God is a Woman, Valerius Gallery, Luxemburg, 2021; Buah Tangan, ISA Art Gallery, Jakarta, 2020; The Great Ephemeral Skin, De Garage, Mechelen (B), 2019; The HISK Connection, KANAL Brussels, 2019. Her work is represented in the collections of a.o.: Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar; Federal Government, Brussels; Rijksmuseum Amsterdam; Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht; Flemish Parlement, Brussels; Gemeentemuseum Den Haag; Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem; Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague. Emmerich lives and works in Brussels