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Marwa Arsanios @Film Fest Hamburg

In Who Is Afraid of Ideology? Marwa Arsanios visits three feminist projects, in the mountains of Kurdistan, in North Syria and in the Lebanon – regions scarred by war. Together with the activists, she thinks about our relationship to nature, the way associated knowledge is formed and about the right to defend oneself.

Théo Mercier presents Big Sisters @Actoral Marseille

Following Affordable Solution for Better Living, Steven Michel and Théo Mercier continue to explore biopower with BIG SISTERS. The piece is conceived and designed for four dancers aged 23 to 65, including Laura Belgrano, Lili Buvat, Marie de Corte and Mimi Wascher. Envisioned like an experimental film and inspired by “Les Guérillères” of the feminist author and […]

Lawrence Abu Hamdan group show @Times Art Center Berlin

The group exhibition Readings From Below explores how artists engage us in new readings of our complex present by making use of the virtual potentials of archives. While the traditional institution of the archive with its sense of permanence and timeless solidity, its physical location and architecture continues to exist, in today’s world of digitized information, archives […]

Lawrence Abu Hamdan group [email protected] Gallery

My only weapon is listening. Listening, in which the power of silence meets the potential of attention to the audible layers. Listening, which is able to reveal what extends beyond the visible layers and to perceive sounds and voices that are masked, hardly accessible or silenced. The leaking noise of suppressed gunshots and beatings, the […]

Teresa Margolles @Kunsttage Basel

In the work of the Mexican artist Teresa Margolles, themes such as death, violence and social exclusion have been central for decades and reflect the present she has experienced and lived in Mexico City. Since the 1990s, the artist has been involved in the city’s forensic medicine department, where she is confronted almost daily with the […]

Teresa Margolles group [email protected]

The new BPS22 exhibition, La Colère de Ludd [Ludd’s Anger], brings together some forty works recently acquired by Hainault Province, most of which are yet to be exhibited at the museum. Exploring the idea of dispossession, the selected works express not only the experience of upheaval, occupation, destruction and exhaustion, but also resistance and commitment. Hence […]

Teresa Margolles group show @Moody Center for the Arts, Rice University

Reflecting on some of the most pressing topics facing American democracy, States of Mind: Art and American Democracy is timed to coincide with the 2020 presidential election in order to encourage dialogue around current social and political issues. Many of the works on view examine the status of our country’s founding principles of freedom and equality, while […]

Charwei Tsai @Mu Hotels

The collection We Came Whirling Out of Nothingness, by the artist Tsai Charwei, is aimed for discovering the intriguing relation between human history and the forms of organisms. Similar swirls are repeatedly shown in all scales, from the tiny shell of a snail to the infinite galaxy. The mystery of whirling figures connects the space […]

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