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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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Annika Kahrs, Infra Voice, 2018, 3-channel video installation. Hamburger Kunsthalle, on permanent loan from the Fonds für Junge. Kunst of the Stiftung Hamburger Kunstsammlungen. © Annika Kahrs.

something new, something old, something desired at Hamburger Kunsthalle

February 18, 2022–February 18, 2024 something new, something old, something desired is a large-scale installation that explores contemporary issues such as communication and understanding, isolation and marginalisation, power and protest, utopia and structure. The exhibition also looks at how architectural designs mirror (virtual) worlds and realities, explores the conflict between form and dissolution, and underlines the…

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