Safe & Sound Evolutions (Grimmuseum)  2015

"Always fully inhabiting the spaces Alona Rodeh works in, the relatively domestic nature of Grimmuseum allowed Rodeh to shift from her monolithic large-scale works into more detailed object-based techniques and elements. The exhibition includes a group of pseudo-figurative sculptures which form together a “family” of inter-related representatives of social mobility. These are supported by staged, photographed images, taken from the Safe and Sound Poster series. In the heart of the exhibition lies a discreet video piece, which introduces a staged mental state of absorbing and being absorbed as a parallel channels of communication. 
The left wing of Grimmuseum is dedicated to presenting and unfolding the Safe and Sound Deluxe Edition, a new artist publication tackling in different manners the history of high-visibility clothing, fire regulations in architecture, and the phenomenon of acoustic alarms as seen from neurologic, sociologic and cultural perspectives." —Mario Margani


Solo show at Grimmuseum, Berlin

Curator: Mario Margani

Documentation: Vlad Margulis


Works in order of appearance:

Girl (from the Safe and Sound poster series), aluminum lightbox 70x100x10cm

The Floor Licker, MDF and aluminum, 140x55x108cm

The Runner, MDF and aluminum, 140x55x174cm

The Carrier, MDF and aluminum, 130x55x220cm

Accompanied with matching 100x150x10cm Lightboxes

Rachid (from the Safe and Sound poster series), HD vertical video screened on reflective fabric, 3:00 min in loop + sound

Reading room:

Left Marey's suit, Right: Braulio (both from the Safe and Sound Poster series)

Safe and Sound Deluxe Edition, artist publication