NASA Vehicle Assembly Building, via Atlas Obscura
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Credits/sources : Dockwise, BigLift Shipping, Ingo Schwanitz, Cosco Shipping [through my Nunavut researches, the second photo being the delivery of equipments to Milne Inlet, on Baffin Island].
Summer will be studious: this Friday July 3rd, I’ve been invited by Amac Agence D’art Contemporain and CEA / Association française des commissaires d’exposition to be a guest speaker for the SHIFT programme along Madeleine Filippi, for a special session on the relationship between the artist and the curator. I’ll also start my lectures August 13th for Node Center for Curatorial Studies – Berlin with a course on Events curating & production, in four sessions. Enrolments are open: https://nodecenter.net/course/curating-events. Looking forward!
Until the 1st of August, the work of Georges Adéagbo is exhibited at Barbara Wien galerie in Berlin. His installations, that I’ve discovered at the Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig last year, move me deeply every time I get in interaction with it. Collecting and assembling artifacts from both Western and African cultures, press clips as fetiches, images, books and paintings with texts, not far from evangelization’s designs, his practice and art of assemblage traces a powerful and soulful South/North, back, reversed and forth groove which tells a lot, to me, about cultural flows through locally grounded beliefs. A video on his work and the exhibition has just been released by the galery, also showing how he works. Nice!
Sich intregrieren: on Tuesday May 26th morning, I’ll be live with Walter on “Live nach Neun” / ARD 1-Das Erste to present “Korridor”, the short experimental film we’ve made together during the confinement back in March, and which is our contribution to the Berlin Jetzt! collection of Stadtmuseum Berlin. On the same channel than Tatort! I’ve got no hope to become B2 by then but it still should be fun. Wish us luck!
Reading Yves Citton, I take myself to dream about an extended top 10 of the people I’ve felt and I think with, and on how Spinoza would take place in this, and then remembered that it’s something that I’ve actually already presented, back in 2014, for the first exhibition of Collection Morel in Brussels. Only two copies exist!
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