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Katherine Waugh & Fergus Daly, Coyote filmed near Nevada Test Site. 16mm frame transferred to digital. Courtesy of the artists.

I See a Darkness: Katherine Waugh & Fergus Daly at Photo Museum Ireland

November 10–20, 2022 A multimedia installation called I See a Darkness explores the complicated historical connections between photography, film, and science. This new body of work by Katherine Waugh and Fergus Daly, which emerged from their trans-disciplinary artistic practice, builds on their research-based, philosophically-framed earlier projects in film, writing, and artistic events. It does so…

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Liam Gillick, A Variability Quantifier (The Fogo Island Red Weather Station), 2022. Courtesy of the artist.

National Gallery of Canada presents Liam Gillick: A Variability Quantifier (The Fogo Island Red Weather Station)

October 6, 2022–October 1, 2026 The World Weather Network (WWN), a revolutionary network of "weather stations" dispersed throughout the world in oceans, deserts, mountains, farming, rainforests, observatories, lighthouses, and towns, has announced a new weather station on Fogo Island created by artist Liam Gillick. Artists and writers from 28 different arts groups from around the…

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Courtesy of Copenhagen Contemporary.

Open call: Yet, It Moves! at Copenhagen Contemporary

June 1, 2023–October 1 The biggest Scandinavian art award, the Bikuben Foundation's Vision Exhibition Award, was given to Copenhagen Contemporary in 2021 for the winning project Yet, It Moves!, a visionary research project and public art exhibition in Copenhagen that explores the connected movements on various scales, from the microcosm to the macrocosm. In connection with Yet,…

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