Artists: Lorenzo Cirrincione, Dorota Gaweda, Pakui Hardware, Eglė Kulbokaitė, Mikko Kuorinki, Carl Palm, Jennifer Teets Exhibition title: Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana Curated by: Valentinas Klimašauskas Organized by: Tinos Quarry Platform residency program and Cultural Foundation of Tinos Venue: Cultural Foundation of Tinos, Tinos, Cyclades, Greece Date: July 27 – October 31, 2015 Photography: Natasha Papadopoulou, images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Cultural Foundation of Tinos Note: Exhibition booklet can be found here Negotiations (on climate change, the Greek debt, Mediterranean migrant crisis, you name it) are running out of time. Time was once measured by running water, sand, and, besides flying like an arrow, it […]
Artists: Anna Sagström, Pakui Hardware, Dorota Gaweda + Egle Kulbokaite, Paul Barsch, Blunt + Skensved, Agatha Valkyrie Ice (Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Dorota Gaweda + Eglė Kulbokaitė), Bitsy Knox + Christian Tonner, Martin Kohout, Visualize→Actualize, Antoine Renard, and TROI OI (Nhu Duong + Sung Tieu) Exhibition title: DEEP SKIN Curated by: Grégoire Blunt and Emmy Skensved Venue: Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNOlab), Sudbury, Canada, http://deepsk.in/ Date: August 14, 2015 – August 14, 2016 Photography: Grégoire Blunt and Emmy Skensved, images copyright and courtesy of the artists DEEP SKIN, the deepest underground art exhibition in history, took place at the Sudbury Neutrino Observa- tory (SNOlab), a particle physics research laboratory situated 2100 meters underground in Northern Ontario, Canada. The lab’s extreme underground location in the Creighton Nickel Mine (the world’s second deepest mine outside of South Africa) is situated so as […]
Artists: Mikkel Carl, Dominik Gohla, Pakui Hardware, Daniel Stempfer, Anna Zett Exhibition title: Crystal Readings Curated by: Gislind Köhler Venue: Soy Capitán, Berlin, Germany Date: May 1 – June 27, 2015 Photography: images courtesy of the artists and Soy Capitán, Berlin Fine cracks appear on the surface. The penetration of matter; new levels, techniques and structures swell out once again to dissolve. Meanings, attempts, codes are generated to explain processes. Layers of perception break apart. Forms become visible, they refer to something invisible, in the future? New combine to form a whole, vanish. Scepticism replaces reassurance, followed by speculation, then ambiguity. Daniel Stempfer, For Ahmose Who Liked Honey, 2015 Mikkel Carl, […]
Artists: Alessandro Agudio, Stefania Batoeva, Sol Calero, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Ditte Gantriis, Pakui Hardware (In Collaboration With Jeannine Han), Daniel Keller, Spencer Longo, Matthew Smith, Anna Virnich, Andrew Norman Wilson Exhibition title: You Will Find Me If You Want Me In The Garden Curated by: Domenico de Chirico Venue: Valentin, Paris, France Date: April 18 – May 16, 2015 Photography: images courtesy of the artist and Valentin, Paris YOU WILL FIND ME IF YOU WANT ME IN THE GARDEN* Epicureanism is a philosophy based on the teachings of Epicurus**. The school of Epicurus, founded in 306 B.C. is also called “The Garden” in reference to the philosopher’s home and […]
Artist: Pakui Hardware Exhibition title: Lost Heritage Venue: kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia Date: January 14 – February 22, 2015 Photography: kim? Contemporary Art Centre With every limb there is detachment. Cut. Cut-open limbs with silicone arteries stretched through their hollowed shells. Slimy surfaces of never-sweating bodies. Programmed biological efficiency, exact as a mission with military precision. Micro-beginnings of species outside of nature. Human-created-designed-programmed organisms crawl out sterile laboratories. With every limb there is detachment. That pink of your prosthetic teeth is most attractive.