Cross-examinations #1: On the work of Christopher D’Arcangelo, co-curated by Dean Inkster, Sébastian Plutot and Mihnea Mircan with contributions by Pierre Bal-Blanc, Martin Beck, Céline Condorelli, Mario Garcia Torres, Group Material, Nicoline van Harskamp, Jiri Kovanda, Uriel Orlow and others.
An exhibition by Uriel Orlow and Céline Condorelli that explores blind spots, unexpected epilogues and disappearances in the history of twentieth century Egypt. A series of installations engage with the constitutive movements and stoppages affecting time and space: forced or arrested movements of people, the stopped flow of capital, political movements, removal of statues (and regimes) and migrating species.
Céline Condorelli and Uriel Orlow present: Straub / Huillet – Too Early, Too Late
Momentous events have been unfolding in the Middle East, pressing for meaningful ways to engage with what is happening in Egypt. As instantaneous newsfeeds pull us in different directions, there is a need to counter the speed of media coverage overwhelming our present. This event features a screening of the rarely seen film Too Early, Too Late (Trop tôt, trop tard) by Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, as a means to open up and reflect on the current moment. The screening is followed by voices of artists and curators from Egypt.