From 4 July until 6 September 2015, Kunstverein München presents Sudoku — an exhibition by Gintaras Didžiapetris, Renée Levi, and Rosalind Nashashibi. The exhibition is titled after a popular Japanese puzzle in which deductive logic is used to fill a concentric grid of squares with the numbers 1 through 9 in correct locations. The challenge lies in the puzzle’s restrictive rules, but for the exhibiting artists, Sudoku offered a productive system with which to responsively create new interdisciplinary work, and to re-present existing work in new ways. Nearly all of the 50 exhibited works were produced individually, but the resulting exhibition is a more collective affair, fitting since each of the artists have become increasingly entangled over the years. Levi made a series of paintings in response to a film by Nashashibi, who later filmed Levi painting with a mop in her Basel studio. Likewise, Didžiap

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