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The Twin | Coventry Biennial

Works by Art & Language, Jordan Baseman, Paul Chan & Badlands Unlimited, Matthew Darbyshire, Joseph DeLappe, Lisa Denyer, Jacqueline Donachie, Caitriona Dunnett, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Mona Hatoum, Juneau Projects, Navi Kaur, Smirna Kulenović, Uriel Orlow, Lis Rhodes, Shirana Shahbazi, Larissa Shaw, Thomson & Craighead and others.


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Flowering Substances | EMAF, Osnabrück, Germany

Screening of the film Muthi at the Lagerhalle, Osnabrück, as part of the “Flowering Substances- A Film Programme Like a Brew of Petals, Tears, and Rituals programme ” at the European Media Art Festival Nº37. Screening along side works by Dagie Brundert, Theo J Cuthand, Stuart Marshall, Santiago Lemus, Camilo Acosta, Zachery Longboy, Leslie Thornton an Amina Ross.

The EMAF screens experimental and artists’ films from around the world and is interested in forms that move along disciplinary peripheries or between film and performance, document and experiment. Short and long, digital and analogue films that relate to social and political reality in an exploratory and questioning way find their place here. At the same time, the EMAF is open to works that test new forms of cinematic presentation. Our aim is to make cinema a space for encounter and exchange: a space for projections beyond the status quo.


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Teatro di Natura | Magic Lantern Film Festival, Rome

Screening of the film The Crown Against Mafavuke at the film programme Teatro di Natura.

Magic Lantern Film Festival presents Teatro di Natura (Theatre of Nature), a film programme conceived in collaboration with MuST – the Museum of Science and Territory and the Museum Network of Spoleto, on the occasion of the 2024 edition of the Festival della Fauna. The festival takes inspiration from the figure of Bernadino Ragni, a zoologist from Spoleto who dedicated his life to the study and understanding of wildlife.

Screening along side works by Mircea Cantor, Martin Creed, Michela De Mattei, Adrien Missika, Atoosa Pour Hosseini, Natalia Trejbalova, Luca Trevisani and Ana Vaz

Ré-imaginer le passé | Kindl, Berlin

This group exhibition developed in Dakar offers a fresh perspective on the past and creates spaces for alternative forms of knowledge and knowledge transfer. In their installations, photographs and objects, participating artists explore how a decolonial perspective can shape our vision of the future.
Ré-imaginer le passé was first showcased at Musée Theodore Monod in Dakar in 2023. It is part of the TALKING OBJECTS LAB – a series of exhibitions, artist residencies and events held in Senegal, Kenya, Germany and other countries since 2020.

Curated by Mahret Ifeoma Kupka, Isabel Raabe, Ibou C. Diop and Malick Ndiaye.

With works by Elsa M’Bala, Fatou Kandé Senghor, Caroline Gueye, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, Ibrahima Thiam, Viyé Diba, Mansour Ciss Kanakassy, baobab création, C& Center of Unfinished Business


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Ré-imaginer le passé | Kindl, Berlin

This group exhibition developed in Dakar offers a fresh perspective on the past and creates spaces for alternative forms of knowledge and knowledge transfer. In their installations, photographs and objects, participating artists explore how a decolonial perspective can shape our vision of the future.
Ré-imaginer le passé was first showcased at Musée Theodore Monod in Dakar in 2023. It is part of the TALKING OBJECTS LAB – a series of exhibitions, artist residencies and events held in Senegal, Kenya, Germany and other countries since 2020.

With works by Elsa M’Bala, Fatou Kandé Senghor, Caroline Gueye, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, Ibrahima Thiam, Viyé Diba, Mansour Ciss Kanakassy, baobab création, C& Center of Unfinished Business


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1000écologies | Utopiana, Geneva

1000écologies is a platform that makes visible the links created by Utopiana through its workshops, residencies and events. It has three components: proposing, exhibiting and displaying. It’s like scaffolding, built up over time and from project to project, creating bridges between different approaches and disciplines.

This new edition of 1000écologies, entitled Ces jours terrestres, is a month-long journey organised by Utopiana, in collaboration with several partners, which gives its audience the opportunity to develop skills to re-inhabit our living spaces, to think about our relationships, our affects and our imaginations.

With woks by Marianne Villière, Ocean Schanz, Angeles Rodriguez, Raqs Media Collective, Rachel Maisonneuve, Christine Mackey, Jérôme Leuba & Marie Velardi, Collectif Hydromondes, Axelle Gregoire, Toma Gouband and many others.


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A Propos Hodler | Kunsthaus Zurich

The Kunsthaus Zürich examines the contemporary relevance of Switzerland’s ‘national artist’, Ferdinand Hodler. ‘Apropos Hodler’ counters one-sided interpretations with the rich diversity of the painter’s formal, cultural and political impact, and sets out to view the old and familiar with new eyes. Works by more than 30 contemporary artists are juxtaposed with some 50 paintings by the Swiss icon.

With works by Asim Abdulaziz, Laura Aguilar, Caroline Bachmann, Sabian Baumann, Denise Bertschi, Ishita Chakraborty, Andriu Deplazes, Latifa Echakhch, Eva Egermann & Cordula Thym, Marianne Flotron and many others.


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Eight Degrees | Bildmuseet, Umeå

This exhibition brings together contemporary art exploring our complex relationships with the forest, ranging from ideas of an inviolable intrinsic value to the conception of something to be utilised, such as an economic asset or a space for recreation. What is a forest? And what pressing questions about it are relevant here and now?

Through photography, film, sculpture, drawing, textiles, sound and installations, artists, an architect and a storyteller invite us to reflect on the forest, observed and depicted from various perspectives and with diverse experiences. Their works provoke questions about tradition and future, forestry practices, land conflicts, biological diversity and the forest as a sacred space.

With works by Matti Aikio, Malin Arnell & Åsa Elzén, Gerd Aurell & Micael Norberg, Toms Kokins, Norrakollektivet (Anja Örn, Fanny Carinasdotter, Tomas Örn), Elia Nurvista, Edith Marie Pasquier, Jörgen Stenberg and Lena Ylipää.

Critical Zones | Goethe-Institut, Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi

The Exhibition Critical Zones. In Search of a Common Ground will be on display at the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi from Saturday, 3 February until Sunday, 3 March 2024.

For a long time the reactions of Earth to our human actions remained unnoticed, and have now finally – not least due to recent international climate protests – moved into public consciousness. The exhibition project Critical Zones invites visitors to engage with the critical situation of the Earth in a novel and diverse way and to explore new modes of coexistence between all forms of life.

The travelling exhibition was conceived and first exhibited at ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe (2020-2022) based on a concept by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel.

With works by Ravi Agarwal, Alexandra Arènes, Heinrich Karl Wilhelm Berghaus, Cemelesai Dakivali, Rohini Devasher, Martin Dornberg, Daniel Fetzner, Forensic Architecture, Soheil Hajmirbaba, Pauline Julier, Armin Linke, James Lovelock, Sonia Lévy, Lynn Margulis, Anuradha Mathur, Sonia Mehra Chawla, Edith Morales, Rasa Smite, Stephane Verlet-Bottéro and Dilip da Cunha.


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Critical Zones | Science Gallery, Bengaluru

The Exhibition Critical Zones. In Search of a Common Ground will be on display at the Science Gallery Bengaluru from February 16 to March 17, 2024. For a long time the reactions of Earth to our human actions remained unnoticed, and have now finally – not least due to recent international climate protests – moved into public consciousness. The exhibition project Critical Zones invites visitors to engage with the critical situation of the Earth in a novel and diverse way and to explore new modes of coexistence between all forms of life.

The travelling exhibition was conceived and first exhibited at ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe (2020-2022) based on a concept by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel.

With works by Ravi Agarwal, Alexandra Arènes, Heinrich Karl Wilhelm Berghaus, Cemelesai Dakivali, Rohini Devasher, Martin Dornberg, Daniel Fetzner, Forensic Architecture, Soheil Hajmirbaba, Pauline Julier, Armin Linke, James Lovelock, Sonia Lévy, Lynn Margulis, Anuradha Mathur, Sonia Mehra Chawla, Edith Morales, Rasa Smite, Stephane Verlet-Bottéro and Dilip da Cunha.


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