curated by_ Laura McLean-Ferris
The exhibition explores language as a producer of climate, in which events take place like the weather. Using a future tense, the exhibition explores the atmospheres of the shared, public spaces that created by language, can be registered like rain on skin, the disorientation of fog, or a warmth of clarity. Created in a political moment in which language is being damaged, artists suggest alternate forms of paying attention to the space between earth and sky, where both the weather and animated life take place.
With works by:
Dom Sylvester Houédard
Studio for Propositional Cinema