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Mask hysteria … from O Horizon, by the Otolith Group. Photograph: Courtesy of The Otolith Group and LUX, London The duo behind Otolith talk about their complex collaged videos, which tackle everything from lost utopian thinking to the concept of vertical …

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In the context of an expansive practice that weaves archival and contemporary images and sounds, The Otolith Group blends poetry and fiction with the documents of lived histories to conceptualise speculative, inclusive futures and languages of becoming. The artist collective and non-profit …

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Xenogenesis on view at Sharjah Art Foundation until February explores themes of alienation and looks at the world from an extraterrestrial perspective By: Nadine Khalil   The Otolith Group’s ‘O Horizon’, 2018. A video installation on view at Xenogenesis, Sharjah Art …

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Mumbai: This virtual exhibition shines the spotlight on the epochal shift due to the Covid-19 pandemic ‘Not an Imitation’ at Project88, curated by Rohini Devasher and Pallavi Paul provides artists a platform to creatively express their feelings By Pallavi Mehra …

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The Saturday Paper: Xenogenesis

Posted On: Saturday, January 30th, 2021 | by project88pressadmin

The Otolith Group’s Xenogenesis draws on science fiction to create an unsettling mirror of our present time. By Andy Butler. Read entire article here: https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au/culture/art/2021/01/30/xenogenesis/161192520010993#hrd

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