1. Tomás Saraceno’s exhibition "Becoming Aerosolar" at the 21er Haus presents a series of lighter-than-air sculptures, objects and installations showing a significant artistic perspective at the juncture between art and science. Saraceno focuses on alternative life models that propose a more sustainable treatment of the environment. The show presents the results of a long-term research project conducted through the interdisciplinary collaboration with institutions and individuals all over the world.

    Anhand einer Reihe von Leichter-als-Luft-Skulpturen, Objekten und Exponaten präsentiert Tomás Saracenos Ausstellung "Visionen mit Luft und Licht – Becoming Aerosolar" im 21er Haus Ergebnisse zu Überlegungen zu alternativen Lebensmodellen, die einen nachhaltigeren Umgang mit der Umwelt vorschlagen. Von seiner Auseinandersetzung mit den planetaren Herausforderungen im Anthropozän erzählt Becoming Aerosolar. Die Öffentlichkeit ist eingeladen, sich im Zuge der Ausstellung am Bau von Leichter-als-Luft-Skulpturen zu beteiligen. 21.06.2015 bis 30.08.2015

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  2. Video tour of the exhibition 'Antigone Automated' by Shani Rhys James held at Millennium, St. Ives. millenniumgallery.co.uk/antigoneautomated/videotour.htm

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  3. Interview film to coincide with the solo exhibition 'Antigone Automated' by Shani Rhys James held at Millennium, St. Ives. millenniumgallery.co.uk/antigoneautomated/interview.htm.

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  4. El trabajo de Ree Morton (Ossining, Nueva York, 1936 – Chicago, 1977) se sitúa en el contexto de la escena artística de los Estados Unidos a principios de los años 70, caracterizada por una enérgica reacción contra el expresionismo abstracto de la posguerra, que se plasmó, por un lado, en el minimalismo; y, por otro, en el arte conceptual y el arte pop. Sin embargo, su labor se encuentra más próxima a las estrategias artísticas surgidas en torno a movimientos como el Pattern and Decoration, el Fiber Art o a lo que Lucy R. Lippard definió como la “abstracción excéntrica”.

    La exposición, con más de 100 obras, entre instalaciones, dibujos, pinturas y esculturas, aspira a convertirse en un nuevo punto de referencia en el estudio de su trabajo, consolidando la investigación realizada hasta ahora para crear la retrospectiva más completa hasta la fecha.

    The work of Ree Morton (Ossining, New York, 1936 – Chicago, 1977) can be found in the specific art scene in the USA in the early 1970s, characterised by a strong reaction to post-war Abstract Expressionism, reflected in Minimal art, on the one hand, and Conceptual Art and Pop Art on the other. Nevertheless, her work is more akin to the art strategies that emerged around movements such as Pattern and Decoration, Fiber Art or, in Lucy R. Lippard’s definition, “Eccentric Abstraction”.

    The exhibition, featuring over 100 works, including installations, drawings, paintings and sculptures, aims to become a new reference point in the study of her work, and brings together previous research to create the most complete retrospective to date.

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  5. "The Notion of Family" by LaToya Ruby Frazier is available online here: http://bit.ly/1kfpabj

    LaToya Ruby Frazier walks us through her exhibition, 'LaToya Ruby Frazier: Selected Works' at Aperture gallery in New York. In celebration of Frazier’s first book, The Notion of Family (Aperture, 2014), and in honor of her recently received Infinity Award for Publication (presented by the International Center of Photography), Aperture Foundation presents a selection of photographs and videos related to the publication and to Frazier’s ongoing work.

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