While the tourist takes the gondola lift to the summit and a refugee leaves his home, the digital nomad works somewhere on his boat. Never before has mobility manifested itself in so many ways as it does today. Spatial, social and virtual mobility has become the basic principle of a global and networked world. Anyone who is mobile is receptive - open to something new, perhaps better. Mobility also demands mental and physical mobility from people. On the one hand, it breaks down social structures and, on the other, reinforces the perception of existing, unequal preconditions. The broad concept of mobility was the focus of Weiter. As part of Weiter, Christian Eberhard, Collectif Chuglu, Damiano Curschellas, Gisa Frank, Lino Bally, Flurina Brügger, Iris Brodbeck, Marc Jenny, Matthias Rüegg and Robin Michel developed works en route. From September 9th to 23rd, 2017 they presented their works at three different traffic junctions in the lower, middle and upper Toggenburg. The exhibition was a co-production between Kunsthalle[n] Toggenburg and Arthur Junior.

Gisa Frank, Iifahre – Usfahre, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Robin Michel, Ferrari, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Flurina Brügger, Iris Brodbeck, Gesprächsteppich, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Collectif Chuglu, Immense comme un detail, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Matthias Rüegg, Please Wait Over There, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Water Walling, Collectif Chuglu, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Marc Jenny. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger

Gisa Frank, Iifahre – Usfahre, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger
Matthias Rüegg, Ignore, 2017. Photo: Matthias Rüegg
Matthias Rüegg, You're Completely Wrong, 2017. Photo: Matthias Rüegg
Christian Eberhard, 2017. Photo: Hanes Sturzenegger