Love Sign is an exhibition based on a 200GB digital database of Prince fan ephemera, books, music, bootlegs, videos, and imagery. The files were compiled by Prince fans in and around Hamburg over years and passed on to friends and strangers at bars and clubs via a USB stick, engraved with the Love Symbol. Taking the material and the open medium of the database as a starting point, the exhibition brings together artworks that reflect on Prince’s identity, politics as well as visual and musical aesthetic. All material produced in the course of the exhibition will be added to the digital database afterward, which will then be passed on. 

Johannes Oswald –, 2018

Kayode Ojo 
At the End of the Day (Prince, Berlin), 2020
80 x 60 x 30 cm 


Gina Fischli
Chardonnay, 2020
Glitter, glue, plywood
14 x 7,5 cm


Lenard Giller
Solitary (being with others), 2020
Digital Print, Oil and Sunlight on Paper
33 x 24,5 cm
Edition of 10

Alison Yip
R.D., 2020
Oil on board
50 x 41 cm 


Gina Fischli
GoGo, 2020
Glitter, glue, plywood
44 x 40 cm 

Eric N. Mack 
Prince, 2020
Wall print
Dimensions variable 
Edition 1 of 3

Isaac Lythgoe 
it was not really Saturday night, 2020
Polyester, PLA, fillers, epoxy, walnut, stainless steel, synthetic rubber, silk, automotive paint, lacquer
70 x 25 x 35 cm 

Willa Nasatir
Other Life #3 (Rocks), 2018
Gelatin silver print 
43 x 57 cm, 48 x 62 cm (framed) 
Edition 1/2 + 2AP 


Colin de Land and Kembra Pfahler 
Kembra in Abra Kadavour Costume, Vienna Hotel Room, 2001/2019
C – print
35,5 x 28 cm, 55 x 46 cm (framed)
Edition 1 of 2 + 1AP