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Hemauer/Keller, Observing Human Skies (Zürich Binz), 2021–today. Variable dimensions, audio of interview with Atsumu Ohmura. Courtesy of the artists. Photo: Norbert Miguletz.

Kunsthalle Mainz presents Homosphere

June 10–September 25, 2022 FILMZ evening of anticipation: August 24, 6pm Artist talk, “Making the unvisible visible”: September 14, 7pm, with Oliver Ressler and Stefanie Böttcher, Director, Kunsthalle Mainz The homosphere, which is essentially our airspace, is where humans function. The atmosphere's composition is rather consistent in this region, which is the part of the atmosphere that is closest to…

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Sharbendu De, Man with No Road , from the “Imagined Homeland” series, 2018, photography, image courtesy of the artist

Guangdong Times Museum presents River Pulses, Border Flows

July 2–August 28, 2022 Four southerly rivers emerged near the Himalayan border, where the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates collide. Each river passed through plateaus, mountains, plains, valleys, and deltas. Before finally merging into the Indian and Pacific Oceans, they traverse numerous geographic regions as both the center and the perimeter. These four rivers are the…

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Dixit Algorizmi: The Garden of Knowledge, Uzbekistan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, 2022. Photo: Giorgio de Vecchi—Giulia di Lenarda/gerdastudo.

Uzbekistan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale presents The Panoptic Garden

July 5–9, 2022 Guest program curated by Sara Raza (curator, writer, US) and Andris Brinkmanis (art critic and curator, Italy, Latvia). Public program "The Panoptic Garden," a one-week intensive public program focused on transcultural issues connecting to the garden as a discursive place via the perspective of utopia, heterotopia, and dystopia, is coordinated by Sara Raza, NYU ITP,…

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Zac Langdon-Pole, Breath as Breath as Breath, 2020. Film. Courtesy of the artist and Michael Lett.

Lines of Flight at the Centre International d’Art et du Paysage, Vassivière Island

July 10–November 6, 2022 Opening: July 9, 5–7pm The theme of the group show Lines of Flight is mobility across geographical and political boundaries. The pieces on display challenge ideas about native and non-native species, climate change, and voluntary and involuntary migrations by fusing natural and anthropogenic processes. The exhibition suggests a sequence of contacts between plants,…

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One of the envelopes on which Mahatma Gandhi wrote notes at his meeting with Lord Mountbatten, June 2, 1947. Courtesy of University of Southampton Special Collections.

John Hansard Gallery presents Tangled Hierarchy

June 2–September 10, 2022 Including contributions by: Kader Attia, Kim Beom, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Mahatma Gandhi, Mona Hatoum, Partition Museum, Sir Roger Penrose, Paul Pfeiffer, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Mykola Ridnyi, Roger Shepard, Homai Vyarawalla, Alexa Wright, Zarina John Hansard Gallery, part of the University of Southampton, is pleased to present Tangled Hierarchy, an exhibition that centres on a collection…

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Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas, The Teachings of the Hands (stills), 2020. Panoramic digital video with surround sound, 46 minutes. Courtesy of the artists and Ballroom Marfa.

The Blessings of the Mystery at Ballroom Marfa

May 26–September 4, 2022 Opening celebration: June 4, 5–7pm For the exhibition The Blessings of the Mystery artists Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas present a newly commissioned film and series of installations rooted in West Texas. The project crystallizes the artists’ research into the connections and tensions between the cultural, scientific, industrial, and sociopolitical forces across locations like the…

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