Tag: The End of the World as we know it

LA Art Show 2022

LA Art Show 2022 is taking place right now at LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, USA. “The End of the World as we know it” is screened in the video program “Memory of the Future?”, curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, in the collaborative installation “Memorial To The Future”.

Memorial To The Future, LA Art Show 2022

“Memorial To The Future”, photo from Instagram @kat_carson

The large-scale sculptural object created by Daniela Soberman, which houses the video components and open-source photographic elements, is curated and co-authored by Max Presneill of the Torrance Art Museum. Video art curators Wilfried Agricola de Cologne and Kisito Assangni both contribute a video program each, of international video artists, as part of this architectural installation engaging with issues of environmental health and climate change. Sue-Na Gay, TAM Assistant Curator supplied the open source photographic images used in the installation.

It is possible to experience the show and the “Memorial To The Future” installation in 3D at https://www.laartshow.com/virtual-tour/

Read Torrance Art Museum’s presentation of “Memorial To The Future”

Memory of The Future? at LA Art Show 2022

“The End of the World as we know it” is selected for “Memory of The Future?” at LA Art Show 2022, the show takes place January 1923, 2022, at LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

LA Art Show 2022

More information at https://www.laartshow.com/diverseartla/

LA Art Show 2022

Carbon – Borders – Voices exhibition

Some good news as “The End of the World as we know it” will be part of the Carbon-Borders-Voices exhibition. Carbon-Borders-Voices is a growing interdisciplinary conversation involving research and practice focusing on coastal/border places of transition within the context of climate crisis.

The project will launch January 24 online, later in 2022 it may be extended with a physical exhibition.

Visit Carbon-Borders-Voices’ website carbon-borders-voices.com and @carbon.borders.voices on Instagram for more news and information.

Carbon Borders Voices launch

The End of the World as we know it has been added to the VR Climate Change Memorial

“The End of the World as we know it” has been added to the VR Climate Change Memorial.

The VR Climate Change Memorial is set in a post-2050 future where some of the worst climate predictions have come true. The memorial is a virtual space to grieve all that has been lost, away from the physical world that is in turmoil. As well as this function, considering the contemporary audience, the space also hopes to inform about climate change using factual evidence and compelling stories based on truth with the intent to move the audience emotionally and to action.

Click here to visit the VR Climate Change Memorial (you find “The End of the World as we know it” in the Theatre section)

_it’s so simple yet nobody does it_ is open

_it’s so simple yet nobody does it_ online pavilion at The Wrong Biennale nº5 is open at https://www.itssosimpleyetnobodydoesit.art presenting works by me and 11 other artists.

It's so simple yet nobody does it

The Wrong Biennale nº5 – _it’s so simple yet nobody does it_ and One-Off Festival 2021

In addition to ESSENCE/ABSENCE, two more pavilions are showing works by me during The Wrong Biennale nº5: _it’s so simple yet nobody does it_ is already live at https://thewrong.tv/its-so-simple-yet-nobody-does-it with a playlist including three of my videos, and One-Off Festival 2021 is also live at https://thewrong.tv/one-off with their collection of one second movies and off takes, including this untitled one second submission. One-Off Festival 2021 happens November 7–14, there will be more information about their activities at https://noemata.net/one-off/.

The Wrong Biennale nº5 takes place November 1st 2021 – March 1st 2022.