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Evento finalizado
01
dic 2018
25
ago 2019

Compártelo

Cuándo: 01 dic de 2018 - 25 ago de 2019
Inauguración: 01 dic de 2018
Horario: Todos los días de 12 a 18
Precio: Entrada gratuita
Dónde: IK LAB / Grulla 23 / Quintana Roo, Yucatan, México
Comisariada por: Claudia Paetzold
Organizada por: AZULIK Uh May, IK LAB
Artistas participantes: Ernesto Neto, Oskar Metsavaht, Paulo Nazareth
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Publicada el 21 nov de 2018      Vista 109 veces

Descripción de la Exposición

In addition to the special ceremony on November 30, the launch of AZULIK Uh May will feature the opening of the inaugural exhibition at IK LAB Uh May on December 1. Curated by Claudia Paetzold, IK LAB’s Artistic Director, Conjunctions will bring together works by Ernesto Neto, Paulo Nazareth and Oskar Metsavaht. Ernesto Neto’s oeuvre explores the fundamental structures of the natural and social realms, creating an immersive experience prone to redefining the boundaries between the viewer and the work, the individual and the community, and the material and immaterial spheres. Every Tree is a Civilizing Entity (2016) embraces the visitor in an intricate canopy of delicately woven cotton crochet, while Healing House (2016) offers a cathedral-like space for recollection and meditation. Honoring his joint indigenous and African heritage, Paulo Nazareth explores the idea of artists as connectors through his performances, which reveal and record a subtle network of interrelatedness between individuals and communities sustained by ancestral wisdom. Oskar Metsavaht’s immersive light tunnel features projections inspired by the ceremonial markings of the Ashaninka tribe, offering viewers the opportunity to reconnect with their innermost self through a metaphorical journey.

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el 10 jun de 2019

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