Watch an exclusive two-week screening that illustrates Africa’s break from colonialism. The Otolith Group. In the Year of the Quiet Sun. 2013 For more than two decades, the Otolith Group has created poetic moving-image works and cinematic collages influenced by …Read more..
The Otolith Group, What the Owl Knows, 2022 (film still) The Otolith Group’s first major exhibition in Scotland, …But There Are New Suns is on view at Cooper Gallery until 16 December. …But There Are New Suns approaches the politics of …Read more..
by Otolith Group The title refers to the surface layer of soil, changed in the area around Santiniketan as the result of Tagore’s introduction of new flora in development of the campus. In studying this trajectory, the film extends The …Read more..
Guggenheim Bilbao June 23, 2022 – October 9, 2022 The Otolith Group. O Horizon, Film still, 2018. Courtesy the artists Since 2002, the Otolith Group (Anjalika Sagar, b. 1968, London; and Kodwo Eshun, b. 1966, London) has produced films, audio works, …Read more..
First Large-Scale Institutional Exhibition of The Otolith Group in the MENASA Region Opens at Sharjah Art Foundation The Otolith Group, O Horizon (still), 2018, Original format 4K video with colour and sound; 90 minutes Commissioned by bauhaus imaginista and co-produced with the …Read more..
“Everyone Is an Artist” Cosmopolitical Exercises with Joseph Beuys Mar 27 — Aug 15, 2021 As a draftsman, sculptor, teacher, politician, and activist, as well as action and installation artist, Joseph Beuys (1921, Krefeld – 1986, Düsseldorf) fundamentally changed the art …Read more..
The Otolith Group: Xenogenesis What can science fiction in contemporary art tell us about our present and future, and the colonial, evolutionary and planetary implications of how we live? This is the starting point of Xenogenesis, the first major Australian …Read more..
Join us on e-flux Video & Film for an online screening of The Otolith Group‘s Medium Earth (2013), on view from Sunday, September 27 through Saturday, October 10, 2020. The Otolith Group explores the earthquake endangered geology of California as well as the spatialized unconscious of capitalist modernism. Through …Read more..
The Southern Alberta Art Gallery has announced its presentation of two exhibitions this fall, including “Xenogenesis” by The Otolith Group and “Tsima Kohtotsitapiihpa Where Are You From” by Lauren Crazybull. The exhibitions will be on view from Sept. 26 through …Read more..
On View: 09.26.2020 | 11.15.2020 Xenogenesis is the first large scale exhibition of The Otolith Group presented in Canada, as part of an international exhibition tour organized by the Vanabbemuseum in Eindhoven, NL; the exhibition will include artworks produced between …Read more..