Flying, falling, failing—three ideas closely intertwined. These concepts and experiences affect our daily lives, as much as the sensations fill our dreams. Javier Calvo painfully reminds us of a little universal law known as gravity, lest we forget that it applies to artists, visionaries, and visitors alike. While the precedents of falling in art history involved more comfortable landings (Jas Ban Ader) or leaps that never even happened (Yves Klein), Calvo dives without a safety net into his first exhibition in Germany.
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