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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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View of earth, S.M.A.K., Ghent, Belgium, 2022. Photo: Dirk Pauwels.

N. Dash: earth at S.M.A.K.

June 24–November 6, 2022 Materials like earth, paint, plastic bottles, string, agricultural netting, strips of Styrofoam, discarded cardboard, and jute are incorporated into intricate, frequently multi-panel compositions in N. Dash's paintings. These compositions are inspired by the languages and techniques of sculpture, photography, and printmaking. N. Dash's artwork emphasizes the conflict between things made industrially and…

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PACT Zollverein presents Claiming Common Spaces IV—Cool Down

June 20–26, 2022 With Nabil Ahmed, BERLIN,  Denise Ferreira da Silva, Sarah Farina, Maja Göpel, Silke Huysmans & Hannes Dereere, Catalina Insignares, Daniel Kötter, Bojana Kunst, Sonia Levy, Sergiu Matis, Carolina Mendonça, Pantha du Prince, Franziska Pierwoss & Sandra Teitge, Alex Martinis Roe, Melanie Sehgal, Michael Turinsky, Louise Wagner, and others. The festival Claiming Common Spaces—a festival series initiated by the Alliance of International Production Houses—will…

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