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A screening as part of Aesthetics of Resistance: Straub-Huillet and Contemporary Moving-Image Art, a series of screenings taking place at e-flux Screening Room in monthly chapters between December 2022 and March 2023 curated by Lukas Brasiskis. Read more on the series here.
75 year anniversary exhibition of VFO (Verein für Originalgraphik, Zurich) curated by David Khalat with print projects by Luigi Archetti, Walead Beshty, Vanessa Billy, Julian Charrière, Valérie Favre, Sylvie Fleury, Pia Fries, Louisa Gagliardi, Raphael Hefti, Federico Herrero, Bethan Huws, Zilla Leutenegger, Uriel Orlow, Carmen Perrin, Karin Sander, Denis Savary, Elza Sīle and Selina Trepp.
Group exhibition with works by Lara Almarcegui, Bianca Bondi, Fabien Conti, Uriel Orlow, Daniel Otero Torres.
THE MEASURE OF THE WORLD, revolves around the ghosts of Western Enlightenment thinking and the relationship between science, truth-finding and the consequential creation of worldviews. With the work of fifteen artists, the exhibition forms a conversation starter for the NATURECULTURES year program and presents a first counterpoint to the current crises that bear witness to the perverse reality of modernism. Participating artists: Karl Blossfeldt, Madison Bycroft, Filipa César & Louis Henderson, Laura Huertas Millán, Esther Kokmeijer, Sasha Litvintseva & Beny Wagner, Claudia Martínez Garay, Pedro Neves Marques, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, Uriel Orlow, Andrew Pekler & Kiwi Stefanie Menrath, Erik Peters, Jol Thoms
The 5th edition of the festival will platform visual projects, and learning initiatives by a range of participants including artist, curator and teacher Munem Wasif from Bangladesh; Swiss artist and writer Uriel Orlow; Kathmandu-based digital archive Nepal Picture Library; KTK-Belt Project, which works towards catalyzing new models of biodiversity conservation and environmental learning in eastern Nepal; Indian filmmaker Sriram Murali; The Feather Library – an initiative co-founded by Isha Munshi to document, identify and study feathers of Indian birds; artist and writer Alana Hunt from Miriwoong country in the north-west of Australia; Mexican/British multidisciplinary visual artist Monica Alcazar Duarte; Indian filmmaker Amar Kanwar; and author, art curator, filmmaker, and theorist of photography and visual culture, Ariella Azoulay, among others.
The exhibition Unexpected Encounters: New Perspectives on the Collection contrasts familiar works from the collection with artists from outside the collection. It thus offers a broader perspective and breaks with conventional readings of key works at the museum. Curated by Gianni Jetzer and Melanie Bühler with works by Marion Baruch, Martha Cunz, Per Kirkeby, Sherrie Levine, Johanna Nissen-Grosser, Uriel Orlow, Nam June Paik, Richard Serra, Sturtevant.
Critical Zones. Observatories for Earthly Politics was conceived and exhibited at ZKM- Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe (2020–2022) based on a concept by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel.
The 5th edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, In Our Veins Flow Ink and Fire, is curated by Singaporean artist Shubigi Rao and will bring together 80 artists and collectives with over 45 new commissions. Originally scheduled for December 2020 and postponed due to the pandemic, the event will be held across multiple venues in Fort Kochi and Ernakulam, in Kerala, India.
Group exhibition curated by Yang Beichen, including works by Cai Gut-Qiang, Carolina Caycedo & David de Rozas, Sergio Rojas Chaves, Chu Yun, Rometti Costales, Sheryl Cheung, Patricia Domínguez, Fei Yining, Jes Fan, Liu Chuang, Long Pan, Rice Brewing Sisters Club, Pamela Rosenkranz, Tong Yixin, Wu Chi-Yu, Trevor Yeung, Zhang Wenzhi, Zheng Mahler.
The first chapter of the series “Who Owns Nature?”, a research based curatorial project with three chapters at the Macalline Art Center. It seeks to re-examine our historical debt with “nature” and to explore a new non-linear cosmological model. This is an interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary project, in which we will work with different artists, scholars and cultural practitioners to create lively and serious sites on different issues.
Solo show curated by Filipa Oliveira in Casa da Cerca – Contemporary Art Center, in Almada.
“Perhaps for the first time in our history, we are beginning to have a collective awareness both of the reality of climate change that has long been predicted, but also of its immediate and long-term consequences. The result of this is a growing understanding that the world is no longer human-centered, and that to deal with the demands of this crisis a collective inter-species effort is needed. If so far we have treated plants as a backdrops for human history, the works of Uriel Orlow speak to us of plants as indispensable companions in the struggle for planetary survival. Orlow shows us how plants are active agents and not just passive witnesses of history. They are a central link between nature and humans, between various types of knowledge and beliefs, capable of revealing fragilities and inequalities, and carrying ancient lessons.” Filipa Oliveira