huber.huber opens the March window of Kalo Mina. The two artists work in different media and techniques, such as photography, collage, drawing and sculpture. Their works imply many content levels, from rather harmless and quiet to radically irritating and disruptive. Some works are clearly political, while others refer in an unagitated way to developments in our society. Humour, or irony is an important part in their work and is meant to induce contemplation. Their work is never loud or martial, but rather well-considered and still. "Goodbye blue sky" refers to the eponymous song of Pink Floyd and couldn't be any more currently relevant than now: "Did you hear the falling bombs? Did you ever wonder why we had to run for shelter when the promise of a brave new world unfurled beneath a clear blue sky?"