«Belong anywhere» is the name of an exhibition curated by Hate Magazin in cooperation with Anna Gien and Nina Hollensteiner and it's displayed at ACUD Studio and an AirBnB appartment – the slogan of the brand marks the title. The super young curators blend the gallery space together with the private sphere and ask about the sellout of the artist and the burnout of private and public economic strategies. It's up to the visitor to decide which of the exhibited pieces belong to which category and to which to turn the attention to. In the image the post-it is officially the artwork by Jessica Mester who put a series througout the space. But if you want to define it the other way round and say that exactly this post-it doesn't belong to the series – who in a totally borderless economic system, a trait which defines the art market also, would say you're not free to do so? Or to claim that the flat wasn't an AirBnB apartment even...

«Belong anywhere» is the name of an exhibition curated by Hate Magazin in cooperation with Anna Gien and Nina Hollensteiner and it’s displayed at ACUD Studio and an AirBnB appartment – the slogan of the brand marks the title. The super young curators blend the gallery space together with the private sphere and ask about the sellout of the artist and the burnout of private and public economic strategies. It’s up to the visitor to decide which of the exhibited pieces belong to which category and to which to turn the attention to. In the image the post-it is officially the artwork by Jessica Mester who put a series througout the space. But if you want to define it the other way round and say that exactly this post-it doesn’t belong to the series – who in a totally borderless economic system, a trait which defines the art market also, would say you’re not free to do so? Or to claim that the flat wasn’t an AirBnB apartment even…

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«Belong anywhere» is the name of an exhibition curated by Hate Magazin in cooperation with Anna Gien and Nina Hollensteiner and it’s displayed at ACUD Studio and an AirBnB appartment – the slogan of the brand marks the title. The super young curators blend the gallery space together with the private sphere and ask about the sellout of the artist and the burnout of private and public economic strategies. It’s up to the visitor to decide which of the exhibited pieces belong to which category and to which to turn the attention to. In the image the post-it is officially the artwork by Jessica Mester who put a series througout the space. But if you want to define it the other way round and say that exactly this post-it doesn’t belong to the series – who in a totally borderless economic system, a trait which defines the art market also, would say you’re not free to do so? Or to claim that the flat wasn’t an AirBnB apartment even…