17 March 2021
Natq: Conference with Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Punto de Vista 2021
18 March 2021
6:30 pm (CET)
5:30 pm (GMT)
Plaza del Baluarte s/n
As part of Forensic Architecture: Conference + Works, Lawrence Abu Hamdan presents Natq, a live audiovisual essay on the politics and possibilities of reincarnation, at Punto de Vista 2021. This performance explores a collectivity of lives who use reincarnation to negotiate their condition at the threshold of the law —people for whom injustices and violence have escaped the historical record due to colonial subjugation, corruption, rural lawlessness, and legal amnesty. In the piece, reincarnation is not a question of belief but a medium for justice.
This is a live event following Covid-19 guidelines. Purchase tickets here.
17 March 2021
DASER Experiments: The Evolution of Studio K.O.S.
18 March 2021
12-1 pm (EDT)
5-6 pm (GMT)
Studio K.O.S. are participating in the first of a three-part series of conversations, DASER Experiments: The Evolution of Studio K.O.S., with Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences. As part of this intimate conversation, and the collective's mission to empower young people through exposure to art and literature, all four members will discuss the collective's evolution, as well as answering questions and interacting with the audience.
This is an online event. Register here.
13 March 2021
Studio International interview
Anne Hardy discusses her new series of photograms, exhibited as part of her exhibition Rising Heat at Studio M online, with David Trigg, as well as the impact lockdown has had on her practice, and her upcoming residency at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas.
Read the interview here.
See the Studio M online exhibition here.
photo: Erna Klewall
12 March 2021
12 March – 15 May 2021
151 72 Södertälje
Olivia Plender presents her solo exhibition Social Construction at Portal, Södertälje konsthall. The exhibition continues the artist’s research into different educational models in social history. The works Social Construction (2012) and Easton Fables (2016), shown within the exhibition present opposing ideas about the purpose of education which emerged in the industrial and post-industrial eras.
10 March 2021
Now Open: Desert X 2021
12 March – 16 May 2021
Congratulations to Felipe Baeza and Eduardo Sarabia for being selected as two of the thirteen participating artists from eight countries in Desert X's third site-specific, international exhibition in the Coachella Valley, California.
Co-curated by César García-Alvarez and Neville Wakefiled.
The exhibition is free and open to the public for nine weeks.
Read about the exhibition here.