Hua International presents the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, a collaborative project initiated by the internationally acclaimed artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija. Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest […]
As part of the program of Cosmopolis #2, Julieta Aranda participates in a talk with architect Mpho Matsipa and curator Chus Martínez.
Cosmopolis focuses on research-based and collaborative art practices, constructing bridges between new forms of creative experimentation and critical vocabularies from contemporary theory, between reconceived geographies and histories. Through residencies, exhibitions, discursive programs and publications, it engages with artists whose work is concerned with the production of relationships and the exchange of knowledge.
This year’s Focus section concentrates on the question: What is the experience of a state that is not based on territory, but on time?
The Twilight Symposium:Science Fiction inside Colonialism will be held this February 2, 2019.
The “Broken Symmetries” exhibition will be hosting works by Julieta Aranda, as she is one of the artists that worked during the “Collide International Residency”. Works will be on view until March 3, 2019.
Julieta Aranda will be participating at the “Three Proposals of Understanding All We Need to Change in Us to Become the Sea” lecture held as part of the “The Waves of the Oh!s and the Ah!s” exhibition. The event will take place this Saturday 29th of September 2018 at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary.
Edgardo Aragón, Julieta Aranda, Chen Ching-Yuan, Carlos Motta, Liliana Porter and Charwei Tsai will all have their works be exhibited at this year’s Armory Show in New York. From March 8 until March 11.
This Wednesday January 24 at the Salomon Guggenheim Museum in New York, Julieta Aranda will be performing “Give Back To Your Alma Mater” with Brian Kuan Wood
This Wednesday 13 of December, Julieta Aranda will be the main speaker at the Something You Should Know seminar, directed by Patricia Falguières, Elisabeth Lebovici and Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez. From 19h to 21h, 18 rue suger, 75006 (métro Odéon or Saint–Michel). Register in advance at [email protected]
On the 4th of July 2017, Julieta Aranda will be presenting the talk ‘They are bushy, they are dark, and they are clumps’ at The New Normal, a symposium presenting developing research of the New Normal think tank in Moscow.