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Lost Species Day 2021: A.MAL Collective – In, Among and Between من الى عن على في

26 November 202128 January 2022

Winners of Lost Species Day 2021 commission, A.MAL is a curatorial platform exploring ecology, migration and post-coloniality through speculative art and research projects. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWIdOtKUp7U ABOUT THE EXHIBITION A.MAL cast a critical eye on past and present global issues while seeking to harness human connection and creativity to imagine a better, more hopeful future. Always questioning, always exploring. A.MAL aims to address the interconnectivity of colonialism and climate injustice by questioning current relationships between the Global North and Global South. Challenging…

Lost Species Day 2021: JP Miller – PUMA

30 November 202131 January 2022

Photos in this online exhibition were taken by JP Miller, during his period as artist in residence with the Bolivian non-profit organisation Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi (CIWY) in 2019.   The Puma Concolor is known by many names: Florida panther, cougar, mountain lion, catamount, mountain screamer, red tiger, cuguacuarana, ghost cat. Mythologised and made sacred. Demonised and hunted. Pumas once ranged across the full expanse of the Americas, from Canada to the edges of Tierra del Fuego. Every day they are…

Olga Saavedra Montes de Oca: The Family As A Space For Gender Transition

4 February26 February

By reflecting on contemporary images of transgender individuals in relation to their family, the artist seeks to query a focus on gender transition as a contemporary, individual process, to re-locate it in personal and family histories. The focus is on the heteronormative family as a space where gendered differences take place. About the exhibition The exhibition shows colour photographs, depicting the Cuban families whose stories are narrated in this collaborative research project. The work also includes video installations, and serves…

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