Category Archives: The Otolith Group

he Otolith Group, The Third Part of the Third Measure (video still), 2017. HD video, 50 minutes. Commissioned by ICA Philadelphia and Sharjah Art Foundation. Installation view: Sharjah Biennial 13, Tamawju (10 March–12 June 2017). Courtesy of the artists and Sharjah Art Foundation.

MAKING WAVES TOWARDS POST-ART: A REPORT FROM ACT I OF SHARJAH BIENNIAL 13 – MOHAMMAD SALEMY

15 April, 2017 – Ocula In the case of Otolith Group, an ambitious film installation titled Third Part of the Third Measure (2017) largely consists of a piece of complex music written by the late African American composer Julius Eastman. … Continue reading

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LIVING HISTORY AT THE 2016 MARRAKECH BIENNALE – Jennifer Piejko

Published on 21 March, 2016 on Interview “For the sixth Marrakech Biennale, currently on view and titled “Quoi De Nouf Là”(a French expression roughly translated as “What’s up?,” but here interpreted as “Not New Now”), history is as much of … Continue reading

Sandeep Mukherjee
Terra Valley
Acrylic, acrylic ink & embossed drawing on duralene
Size: 24 x 36 inches
2008

AGE OF MAN – Huzan Tata

Posted on January 20, 2015 in Verve Magazine Is nature slowly becoming man-made? – This concern runs in many minds of today’s generation. And exploring this idea are several artists participating in a group show titled Earth Bound. ‘In a moment … Continue reading

THE OTOLITH GROUP, IN THE YEAR OF THE QUIET SUN

Published in e-flux.com Bergen Kunsthall opens the spring season with In the Year of the Quiet Sun, the first major exhibition by The Otolith Group in the Nordic region—and The Secession Sessions, a project by Eric Baudelaire with Maxim Gvinjia. … Continue reading

Medium Earth at Red Cat

THE OTOLITH GROUP – MEDIUM EARTH – Robin Selk

Published in x-traonline, 12 December 2013 Shot in Joshua Tree National Park and a downtown Los Angeles parking structure, Medium Earth(2013), the latest film from the London-based art collective The Otolith Group, draws a sharp contrast between extraordinary nature and the prosaic … Continue reading