In Mental Diary six artists from different generations reflect on their everyday lives in photographs, drawings, paintings, and films. Subjective observations and experiences are captured and archived in a range of different positions and transposed into individual artistic vocabularies. Through this interaction between “I” and the “world,” between individual perceptions and external reality, the exhibition presents different forms of engaging in and recording daily routine. These range from autobiographically intoned attempts to define a given place or time—in which personal identity is negotiated through ordinary situations—to momentary impressions offering a view and commentary on a contemporary political, social, or cultural condition. In the 1980s Sol LeWitt (*1928 in Hartford, USA / †2007 in New York) created a self-portrait by assembling photographs of

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