It’s our F***ing Backyard - Material Futures - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam  26 mei – 4 september 2022


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Oranjewoud – Arcadia May 2022  - Curator Hans den Hartog Jager

With Marianna Simnett (1986, Great Britain), Charles Avery (1973, Scotland), Mercedes Azpilicueta (1981, Argentina), Diana Scherer (1979, Germany) and Erik van Lieshout (1968, The Netherlands).


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The Intelligence of Plants

16.10.2021 — 30.01.2022

With the exhibition The Intelligence of Plants, the Frankfurter Kunstverein wants to once again contribute to the debate about the Anthropocene: what new understanding of plant life have we humans gained, and what conclusions can we draw from this knowledge. If plants were the first living beings on the planet, they have proven to have developed successful methods to sustain themselves over millions of years despite the five past occurrences of species extinction.

Curator Franzisca Nori

Artists: Berlinde de Bruyckere, Diana Scherer, Nicola Toffolini a.o.

 https://www.fkv.de/en/exhibition/die-intelligenz-der-pflanzen/.   

mhttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VnDHKxDcB9E


Interwoven  acquired by V&A Museum


Interwoven is included in the collection of  Centraal Museum Utrecht

From the contemporary art collection of Pieter and Marieke Sanders


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ECODATA


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 The National Library of Letland / Riga  8.10. – 20. 11. 2020

Curators Yvonne Volkart, Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits.

ECODATA aim is to explore the ‘ecosystematic perspective’. More than just rising awareness that living organisms are highly interdependent on each other and their environments, this year’s festival edition aims to reveal a web of connections that interweaves biological, social and techno-scientific systems, living and digital data, artistic and scientific approaches.  ECODATA exhibition is the central axis of the festival, which forms the rest of the program, made in collaboration with Ecodata–Ecomedia–Ecoaesthetics” research group led by researcher and theorist Yvonne VOLKART, (Basel, Switzerland). The purpose of this exhibition is to bridge the gap between technological and ecological as well as to incorporate technological issues into ecological art. This year’s exhibition will feature twenty artworks by internationally acknowledged artists working in the field of media art, science and ecology.

http://rixc.org/en/home___/0/rixc-art-and-science-festival-ekodati-is-approaching-the-program-and-participants-are-announced/