NON-PERISHABLE by Marina Münter - Currently Showing @GBTH

NON-PERISHABLE is an exhibition consisting of ready-made objects assembled in a way that explores colour associations and the emotional connections that people make with objects. The artist, Marina Münter, has created a series of installations using shipping containers of corresponding colours, each accommodating carefully selected objects that are arranged in a precise and deliberate manner.

The assemblage of objects within each container invites visitors to explore the connections between them and reflect on their own emotional associations. Through this process, Münter encourages us to consider the ways in which we attach meaning and value to the objects in our lives, and how these associations shape our understanding of the world around us.

By presenting these objects in a scenographic assemblage, Non-Perishable creates a visually stunning display that draws the viewer in and immerses them in a world of colour and form.

Exhibition Credits

Marina Münter (vivresavie.resident)

Difficult Conundrum (difficult.conundrum)
Peri Copae (pericopae.resident)

Amanda (aht1981.resident)
Flo Nova (flo0owl.resident)
Marina Münter (vivresavie.resident)
Graphic Design

Special thanks to Lux Chiantelle (lux.chiantelle), Agustov (agustov.resident), Jake Vordun (jake.vordun), Soy (soyoy.resident), Apple Pumpkins (apple.pumpkins).