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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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The exhibition Have we met? was designed by Studio Ossidiana. Photo by Cristiano Corte.

Het Nieuwe Instituut presents Have we met? Humans and non-humans on common ground

Dutch pavilion at the 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition; winner of the Golden Bee Award July 15–December 11, 2022 The Dutch pavilion's 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition Have we met? has officially opened to the public.  encouraging innovative approaches to view our planet as a shared habitat for humans, other animals, bacteria, and plants. To address the…

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Yalda Afsah, Secret Society Roller Club, 2022, Film still, Courtesy the artist.

HALLE FÜR KUNST Steiermark presents Anita Leisz and Yalda Afsah

June 25–September 4, 2022 Two large solo exhibits of the work of the artists Anita Leisz and Yalda Afsah will be featured in the summer 2022 program at HALLE FÜR KUNST Steiermark. Intricate new creations and publications by the various artists are shown in both presentations. Anita Leisz Anita Leisz's sculptures, objects, and installations frequently reference industrialism, non-figurative…

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