Rebecca Morris & Daniele Milvio / Weiche Kanten
curated by Camila McHugh
June 4 - July 28 2022
J U N E
STRAUSBERGER PLATZ 19, 10243
It has the shakes, which is how it rests and rests cutting oval shells of borders with jagged
smooth turns. It is an oyster leaving pearl.
They are a prism of endless shimmering color. If you sit with them they burn and blister.
They are bony with hope, muscular with grief possession.
Their coherence is incoherence, provocations of scars and knives and paradise, of tumbling
wooden rivers and liquid hills.
– Excerpted from Dionne Brand, A Map To The Door of No Return, 2002
Rebecca Morris (b. 1969, Honolulu) lives and works in Los Angeles. Selected solo
exhibitions include the Blaffer Art Museum, Houston; Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht;
the Renaissance Society, Chicago; Bortolami, New York and Barbara Weiss, Berlin. Her
work was also included in Made in L.A., Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2016) and the
Whitney Biennial, New York (2014.) She will open a solo show at the Institute of
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in October 2022.
Daniele Milvio (b. 1988, Genoa) lives and works between Milan and Ansedonia. Selected
solo exhibitions include Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples; Weiss Falk, Basel; Federico
Vavassori, Milan; Supportico Lopez, Berlin and Downs & Ross, New York.