Since 2007, the Artachment exhibits contemporary art in Basel. Under the name "It could be a jubilee", the board of trustees of the converted former customs house organized an anniversary exhibition with Roman Signer and the artist duo Thylacine. In his performance, Roman Signer flew a color-armed drone in the old customs house, which left its mark on the wooden ceiling. At the same time, Thylacine recorded the outside space around the house and installed a pink shimmering cone of light that does not seem to illuminate anything.
The concept of the exhibition of Swiss art students combined with international greats continues to pursue the art structure in the series "The Peter Pan Project". The rule is that one person plays the interior, while the other takes in the outside space, ie the public space around the house and implements it in their concept. Through the windows of the customs house, both works of art are spatially separated, but optically connected.
Poster & flyer
We include this fact in the graphics for the Peter Pan Project. We print one position on the front of the flyer, the other on the back. A limited edition with silkscreen on glass is made for the artists. Adhesive film on the windows of the house announces the respective exhibition: pasted inside and outside. In the usual print media, the reverse side is also printed on the front in different colors. An area of lacquer is reminiscent of the window glass and frames the typographic composition.