Debris Field (2010–2016), which Museum Tinguely will be presenting from 17 April to 1 September 2019, stands for the variety of approaches and modes of expression employed by Weinberger.
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In a fascinating way, this artistic-
Among the most fascinating relics are finds that have their origins in rituals of folk culture to ward off calamity. Such para-
Weinberger sees the house as an archive of life and the relics as marginalia that define the true focus of the archive, its gaps. He lends expression to these essential gaps and their spaces of memory with poetic works and thus illustrates an everyday surrealism with objects, drawings, texts and photographic works. Associative, playful-
Jean Tinguely and Lois Weinberger
«Lois Weinberger – Debris Field» is the third exhibition in a series that seeks to engage in a dialogue with Jean Tinguely’s Mengele-
The exhibition is curated by Roland Wetzel.
Exhibition April 17, September 01, 2019. Museum Tinguely, Paul Sacher-
Images from Lois Weinberger, "Debris Field," 2010–2016.  Untitled, 2014. Mummified Cat, 18th century, photographic work, 60 x 90 cm. Photo: Paris Tsitsos. © Studio Weinberger. [2 & 5] Finds from the attic, parent’s house, Stams in Tyrol, 14th to 20th century. Photo: Paris Tsitsos. © Studio Weinberger.  Four Figures, 2018. Topsoil, wood, each sculpture c. 43 x 18 x 12 cm. © Studio Weinberger.  Silverfish Initials, 18th century, printed paper. © Studio Weinberger.