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CIC, Cairo | Hydrarchy

Transitional and Transformative Seas: Exhibition with Ayed Arafah, Bouchra Khalili, Uriel Orlow, The Otolith Group, Xaviera Simmons, Take To The Sea and Lawrence Weiner; curated by Mia Jankowicz and Anna Colin.

Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris | Hantologie des Colonies

Screening of The Visitor as part of programme of films by Vincent Meessen, Marie Voignier, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Philip Scheffner, Olive Martin & Patrick Bernier, Raoul Peck, Sven Augustijnen, Manthia Diawara, Miranda Pennell, Filipa César, Ben Russell, Angela Ferreira, Sarah Maldoror, Patricia Esquivias, Patrizio di Massimo, Brigitta Kuster & Moise Merlin Mabouna, Uriel Orlow, Penny Siopis

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Bétonsalon, Paris | One Caption Hides Another

One caption hides another aims to expand the field countering official history by taking as a departure point a key topic in current museological debates, that of anthropological restitution. With Agency, Daniel Boyd, Peggy Buth, Jimmie Durham, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Camille Henrot, Patrizio di Massimo, Uriel Orlow, Francis Upritchard, Françoise Vergès (Maison des Civilisations et de l’Unité Réunionnaise), Susan Vogel.

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Essays on Geopoetics | 8th Mercosul Biennial, Porto Alegre

The 8th Mercosul Biennial’s theme is Essays on Geopoetics. It brings together 105 artists from 31 countries that deal with topics relevant to this discussion: mapping, colonization, border, customs, international alliances, construction geopolitical location, travelers scientific, nation and politics.

“The 8th Biennial wants to show alternatives to the conventional notion of nation, and discusses new mappings, relations between the political and geographical positioning between the regional and global circulation routes and exchange of symbolic capital, citizenship in non-urban areas, the political status of nations and the relationship between fictional science, travel and colonization. ” – José Roca

Curated by José Roca, Alexia Tala, Paola Santoscoy and Cauê Alves.

54th Venice Biennale | Swiss Off-site Pavilion | Chewing the Scenery

A multi-part project curated by Andrea Thal representing Switzerland at the 54th Venice Biennale. With a film installation by Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, an installative dramatisation by Tim Zulauf/KMUProduktionen, a publication set to appear in three reworked and extended editions with artistic contributions by Maria Iorio/Raphaël Cuomo, Uriel Orlow and Eran Schaerf and texts by Anne Cvetkovich, Mathias Danbolt, Antke Engel, Patricia Putschert, Rubia Salgado and others.
Additionally, a special series of live events with screenings, performances, discussions and concerts kicks off on 4 June, 8pm – this event will include Uriel Orlow’s lecture performance Aide-Mémoire.

UK Tour | Selected

Sounds from Beneath is touring to Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Glasgow; Brighton Festival; Showroom Cinema, Sheffield; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle; and Picture This, Bristol. Programme of artists films includes works by Sebastian Buerkner, Zoe Brown, Mikhail Karikis & Uriel Orlow, Piotr Krzymowski, Chooc Ly Tan, Michael Robinson, Gabriel Abrantes & Daniel Schmidt, Ben Russell and others.

LiveInYourHead, Geneva | The Mirage of History

Exhibition with works by Armando Andrade Tudela, Mariana Castillo Deball, Aurélien Froment, Mario Garcia Torres, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Nancy Holt & Robert Smithson, Joachim Koester, Adrien Missika, Uriel Orlow, Sean Snyder, Michael Stevenson. Curated by Yann Chateigné Tytelman with students from the Work.Master.

Tate Modern, London | A Reflection on Revolution in Egypt

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.

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