SIC! BWA WROCŁAW, WROCŁAW (PL)
If Everything That Exists Has a Place is an exhibition consisting of the artist's most recent works, these were the result of numerous visits and research carried out on the Jordanian-Israeli border, in the southern part of the Jordan River, near the mouth of the Dead Sea.
Littwitz's artistic explorations focus primarily on archaeology, history, nature and agriculture as elements relevant to culture and geopolitics. In her work, the artist reproduces and recreates various artefacts, as well as certain plant species which are significant in many respects. Using these motifs, Littwitz reveals the mechanisms behind concepts such as national identity, political or geographical borders, redefining common beliefs and convictions.
The artist's work, including her new works in the exhibition If Everything That Exists Has a Place, often refers to themes directly associated with Israel. Thus, issues relating to archaeological research, political and historical narratives appear in her work, while those related to territorialisation are consistently recurring. Littwitz's installations, sculptures, drawings and embroideries address the issues of conquered territories, the so-called no man's land, mixed territories, borders and migration.