To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll by Goshka Macuga

Fondazione Prada presents the exhibition To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll by Goshka Macuga in Milan from 4 February to 19 June 2016 in the spaces of the Podium, the Cisterna and the Sud gallery. The project was conceived and designed by Goshka Macuga whose artistic practice is often referred to as taking on the roles of an artist, curator, collector, researcher and exhibition designer.

To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll, developed by the artist for Fondazione Prada’s spaces, brings together reflections on seminal issues such as time, beginnings and endings, collapse and renewal. Observing humanity’s concern with the conclusion of mankind, Macuga poses a fundamental question: how important is it to address the question of “the end” in the context of contemporary art practice?

Goshka Macuga’s new work, titled ‘Negotiation sites’ after Saburo Murakami, has been realised in collaboration with Kvadrat.

Fondazione Prada
Largo Isarco 2
20139 Milan

4 February 2016 to 19 June 2016

For more, visit the Kvadrat website.