Aaron Nachtailer / EXIT
Aaron Nachtailer / EXIT
Jun 15 – Sep 8, 2024
Örebro, Sweden

The Argentine artist Aaron Nachtailer has been invited to participate in OPEN ART, the largest Art Biennial in Northern Europe (Scandinavia), which will be held from June 15 to September 8 in Örebro, Sweden. Contemporary art from all over the world is temporarily exhibited in urban spaces, transforming the city center into a gigantic exhibition.

The artist presents two large installations, “EXIT/wall” and “EXIT/clouds,” developed site-specific for the city park.

Aaron’s works aim to convey a “green-cultural” message and propose an invitation to find balance with oneself and with the nature that surrounds us.

There is a desire to escape from reality and explore our origins and the relationship with nature. “Exit” becomes an important part of the search for community and faith in the future. The exits suggested in the installations are a contemplative challenge. The large-scale works have a strong aesthetic and dreamlike impact. Clouds, by their ever-changing and perpetual motion nature, are seen as a metaphor for life and the world. They have no borders; we all share the same sky. The project has the potential to create a connection that transcends geographical boundaries.

Rediscovering a direct relationship with the artwork becomes crucial for connecting with oneself and with the world around us. This process gives rise to constructive debate, contributing to societal growth and allowing reflection on the concept of “green,” so that it becomes an integral part of culture.

The artist will be present in Buenos Aires next September with the project “Nomad”, a series of immersive site-specific installations in iconic places and museums (including the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Larreta Museum, the Recoleta Cultural Center). Aaron works with the natural material “the tree,” where the physical and material experience of the works is the common thread. Just as in a forest, where each tree or plant communicates with the others and is part of the same ecosystem, in the same way, the city connects through the artistic experience, creating a cultural ecosystem.

Aaron Nachtailer / EXIT
OpenArt / Jun 15 – Sep 8, 2024
Orebro, Sweden

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