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The Night Holds Terror

SALTS is pleased to present The Night Holds Terror, an exhibition by Emanuel Röhss, which forms part of the artist’s current examination of the relationship between The Ennis House in Los Angeles (Frank Frank Lloyd Wright, 1924), and the entertainment industry, most notably Hollywood Motion Pictures. For this exhibition Rhöss is appropriating the language of movie set fabrication, yet neither the content nor the layout of the show are direct adaptations of the original house or any of the films related to it. The installation is devised after a new narrative that the artist developed from a range of stories he assembled while researching the Ennis House world.

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