Daniel Otero Torres group [email protected]
February 21, 2020
Taking its title from a song by Yoko Ono, the exhibition explores the politics of space and place and is an invitation to see and know the world differently. Whether inspired by architecture, urban archaeology and landscape or personal geographies in relationship to the body and history, the work of contemporary artists resonates strongly with some of the most pressing issues in the world today. Questions around ecology, the unequal distribution of wealth and power, the colonisation of territories, situations of oppression, and fixed and reductive conceptions of identity are all themes explored in the exhibition.