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Harry Schnitzler’s MoreForYou invites you to experience a journey through the Garden of Eden. It confronts ancient visions of the paradise with our modern, abundance-driven lifestyle. This large-scale immersive art project may evoke your own vision of what you desire and what you need, and may even inspire you to reconsider some of your values. 

Harry Schnitzler’s MoreForYou invites you to experience a journey through the Garden of Eden. It confronts ancient visions of the paradise with our modern, abundance-driven lifestyle. This large-scale immersive art project may evoke your own vision of what you desire and what you need, and may even inspire you to reconsider some of your values. 

Harry Schnitzler’s MoreForYou invites you to experience a journey through the Garden of Eden. It confronts ancient visions of the paradise with our modern, abundance-driven lifestyle. This large-scale immersive art project may evoke your own vision of what you desire and what you need, and may even inspire you to reconsider some of your values. 

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 THE "GARDEN OF EDEN" WALL OF 1000 UNIQUE CANS AND VIDEO PROJECTIONS

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"THE SUM OF ALL OUR CHOICES" COLLAGE, VIDEO PROJECTIONS AND "VISIO SANCTI PAULI" ICONES

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 THE "GARDEN OF EDEN" WALL OF 1000 UNIQUE CANS AND "THE SUM OF ALL OUR CHOICES" COLLAGEN

MoreForYou is a large-scale immersive art experience that confronts us with our long-standing inability to imagine what paradise-- and indeed what real happiness-- looks like, despite our countless attempts to create it here on Earth. From ancient heavenly visions to the epic poems of Dante and Milton and the phantasmagorical paintings of Hieronymus Bosch, paradise is usually presented as a copious display of material abundance. Hollywood traditionally depicts the Garden of Eden with grandiloquent soft-focus images of verdant landscapes full of blossoming trees accompanied by the sound of violins. Contrary to these hackneyed tropes, MoreForYou provides us with a larger-than-life contemporary perspective. As one is surrounded by a vast array of the real abundance of the modern world, with thousands of different flavors, the exhibition manages to evoke in us a different kind of hunger-- a desire to refocus on deeper values, those that money can’t buy.

In keeping with the theme of the project, Schnitzler not only sells single servings of the show but also offers six-packs as well as family and economy size packages– and of course, it all comes with an exclusive bonus and stacked discounts… MoreForYou.

MoreForYou is a large-scale immersive art experience that confronts us with our long-standing inability to imagine what paradise-- and indeed what real happiness-- looks like, despite our countless attempts to create it here on Earth. From ancient heavenly visions to the epic poems of Dante and Milton and the phantasmagorical paintings of Hieronymus Bosch, paradise is usually presented as a copious display of material abundance. Hollywood traditionally depicts the Garden of Eden with grandiloquent soft-focus images of verdant landscapes full of blossoming trees accompanied by the sound of violins. Contrary to these hackneyed tropes, MoreForYou provides us with a larger-than-life contemporary perspective. As one is surrounded by a vast array of the real abundance of the modern world, with thousands of different flavors, the exhibition manages to evoke in us a different kind of hunger-- a desire to refocus on deeper values, those that money can’t buy.

In keeping with the theme of the project, Schnitzler not only sells single servings of the show but also offers six-packs as well as family and economy size packages– and of course, it all comes with an exclusive bonus and stacked discounts… MoreForYou.

MoreForYou is a large-scale immersive art experience that confronts us with our long-standing inability to imagine what paradise-- and indeed what real happiness-- looks like, despite our countless attempts to create it here on Earth. From ancient heavenly visions to the epic poems of Dante and Milton and the phantasmagorical paintings of Hieronymus Bosch, paradise is usually presented as a copious display of material abundance. Hollywood traditionally depicts the Garden of Eden with grandiloquent soft-focus images of verdant landscapes full of blossoming trees accompanied by the sound of violins. Contrary to these hackneyed tropes, MoreForYou provides us with a larger-than-life contemporary perspective. As one is surrounded by a vast array of the real abundance of the modern world, with thousands of different flavors, the exhibition manages to evoke in us a different kind of hunger-- a desire to refocus on deeper values, those that money can’t buy.

In keeping with the theme of the project, Schnitzler not only sells single servings of the show but also offers six-packs as well as family and economy size packages– and of course, it all comes with an exclusive bonus and stacked discounts… MoreForYou.

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 "THE SUM OF ALL OUR CHOICES - South Bank" 44 x 102 in / 110 x 252 cm

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MoreForYou Exhibition Specs:

"Wall of a Thousand Flavors": Large-scale display of 1,000 individual prints on metallic paper; adjustable to location.

Total size of display: 96 x 1,200 in / 244 x 3,050 cm / 8 x 100 ft

"The Sum of All Our Choices": Series of 7 collages, print on metallic paper, each 44 x 105 in / 110 x 262 cm

"Visio Sancti Pauli": Series of 5 collages, print on metallic paper, each 24 x 55 in / 60 x 141 cm

"Land of Milk and Honey": Series of 5 macro photographs, print on metallic paper, each 17 x 40 in / 42 x 100 cm

"Small Happiness": Series of 18 photographs, print on metallic paper, various sizes.

"Ignis Fatuus": Multiple video projections, size and number adjustable to location.

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