Munchmuseet on the Move is a four-year, off-site curatorial project of contemporary art consisting of two parts: a series of contemporary art commissions, shown in the area between the current Munch Museum at Tøyen and the new museum, currently under construction on the waterfront of Bjørvika; and a series of exhibitions curated and organised by Kunsthall Oslo. > New commission in collaboration with Toril Johannessen to be realised in August 2018.
70 artists and artist collectives will present works across Sydney at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Artspace, Carriageworks, Cockatoo Island, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney Opera House and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. The 21st Bienniale of Sydney will examine the state of ‘superposition’ by examining how it might operate in the world today. We are surrounded by conflicting ideas across all levels of humanity: different cultures; readings of nature and the universe; political ideologies and systems of government; interpretations of human history, the history of art and definitions of contemporary art.
CCS Bard is an exhibition and research center dedicated to the study of art and exhibition practices. In order to make the actual production of art a more palpable part of the graduate program, the Center initiated an artist-in-residence program which allows for one or more artists to spend from a semester to a year at the CCS making new work and engaging with the program in other ways.
Syndrome of the Present is a research based project that aspires to establish a collaborative, cross disciplinary platform, shared between artists and experts from diverse geographies and disciplines, which enables collective thinking in order to analyze the present’s syndrome and the present as syndrome. Participants: Oreet Ashery, Juan Pérez Agirregoikoa, Marc David Baer, Melis Birder, Yael Bartana, Ayse Cavdar, Yael Davids, Marjolijn Dijkman, Koken Ergun, Amir Engel, Gil Hochberg, Alexander van der Haven, Natasa Ilic, Savas Michael Matsas, Yolande Jansen, Bik Van der Pol, Pawel Maciejko, Erden Kosova, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Danielle Riou, Julian Reid, Roee Rosen, Dimitris Stamatopoulo and Artur Zmijewski. Curated by Galit Eilat.
Wandering stars have occupied the human mind across centuries and millennia, along with the quest to explore and colonize cosmic space. Is there something in us that refuses to believe that we are alone in the universe? Does our longing for the stars conceal something different? To what extent can fiction shape future realities?
The construction of such inquiries are at the centre of Marjolijn Dijkman’s work, which pivots around humankind’s fascination for cosmic space, the position of our planet in the universe, and human subjectivity in relation to celestial bodies. Radiant Matter comprises a series of recent artworks that desire to analyse and reflect on the nature of scientific inquiry, the role of speculation, fiction and spiritualism.
Together with a poetic image essay and a conversation between the artist and the editor Kris Dittel, this widely illustrated book includes texts by Maarten Vanden Eynde, Ken Hollings and Raqs Media Collective.