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Gilberto Esparza, Plantas autofotosinthéticas (Autophotosynthetic Plants), 2013–14. Polycarbonate, silicon, stainless steel, graphite, electronic circuits, local wastewater, natural pond water with microalgae and microorganisms, plants, shrimp, fish, sound, 157 x 157 inches overall. Installation view, Vžigalica Gallery, Ljubljana, 2016. Photo: Gilberto Esparza.

Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere at MIT List Visual Arts Center

October 21, 2022–February 26, 2023 Syn / Sym—Biology in Art & Design: November 5, 2–3:30pm, curator discussion with Caroline A. Jones, William Myers, and Jens Hauser Chlorophilia / Chlorophobia: February 2, 6–7:30pm, panel discussion with Alan Michelson, Špela Petrič, and Miriam Simun Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere, a significant group exhibition organized by the MIT List Visual Arts…

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Susanne M. Winterling: A threshold-game of proximity, cluster and heat, 2022. Production still. CGI rendering. Produced in cooperation with planetary sensing, TBA21-Academy, Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education (Diku). Co-commissioned by Kunsthall Trondheim and Schering Stiftung, Berlin. Courtesy of the artist.

Kunsthall Trondheim presents Metahaven and Susanne M. Winterling

September 7–November 13, 2022 This September, Kunsthall Trondheim presents two new exhibitions by Metahaven, negotiating the role of sensing for knowledge production in physics and art, and Susanne M. Winterling, centering on heat as mediator between humans and microorganisms. Capture (2022), a recently commissioned film by Metahaven, investigates numerous sensory modalities to address fundamental issues like: What is reality? How do we define consciousness?…

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View of Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK, 2021. © Rob Harris.

Ad Minoliti: Biosphere Plush at Tate St Ives

May 28–October 30, 2022 In Conversation: Ad Minoliti: May 28, 2–3pm, with Tate St Ives Director Anne Barlow This summer, Tate St Ives will bring the first UK solo exhibition by Argentinian artist Ad Minoliti to Cornwall. Trained as a painter, Minoliti (b.1980) draws on the rich legacy of geometric abstraction in Latin America to create alternative…

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