What’s Unfolding examines the development and preliminary phases of an exhibition. The title poses the question as to what has come before, what is undefined, what has perhaps been left behind, exploring the initial stages and the winding paths that result in a certain form of display. To shed light on this process, the catalogue is of particular relevance. Several months before the opening, curatorial fellow Regine Ehleiter invited all of the artists to design four pages in the catalogue and thus to present current works and ideas on the book’s pages, similar to the walls of a gallery space. Developed for or adapted to the catalogue’s format, these projects reflect the status of the exhibition at an early stage and serve to complement and augment the pieces shown in the museum itself.