In January 2016 eight artists, a Captain and an expedition organizer made an attempt to reach the World’s most remote human inhabited place, the British Overseas territory of Tristan da Cunha.
This remote community in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean can only be reached by boat from either the Brazilian or the South African coasts, after approximately seven to ten days of sailing from either.
We never made it to the island...
The exhibition presents a unique mix of art works commissioned for the exhibition from the eight expedition participants dealing with both physical and metaphysical notion of island.
A catharsis and a reflection on failure, banality and isolation.