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09/13/2021

Hugo Hopping #ArtilleryTakeovers

The Lost Decade, 2020 Digital puzzle piecing with invited guests. Starring the card-board jigsaw puzzle,
The Contours of a Table Game. Hugo Hopping, 2010 / 2020. 98 cm x 65.34 cm (2000 pieces).

About the video, The Lost Decade by @hugohopping

With the participation of Wilfrid Almendra (puzzle player) and Aurélia Defrance, (curator) moderating conversations with Laure Jaumouillé, Abdessamad El Montassir and Cédric Fauq.

The Lost Decade was the concluding contribution to the virtual programme, Nature as Infrastructure, which was organised as part of Manifesta 13, Les Parallèles du Sud. The piece incorporates a key work by the co-founder of The Winter Office, Hugo Hopping, and is complemented by three conversations with Laure Jaumouillé, Abdessamad El Montassir, and Cédric Fauq. These conversations have been hosted by the independent curator and project leader responsible for developing all of the Marseille-based aspects of this programme, Aurélia Defrance.

09/13/2021

Hugo Hopping #ArtilleryTakeovers

The Lost Decade, 2020 Digital puzzle piecing with invited guests. Starring the card-board jigsaw puzzle,
The Contours of a Table Game. Hugo Hopping, 2010 / 2020. 98 cm x 65.34 cm (2000 pieces).

About the video, The Lost Decade by @hugohopping

With the participation of Wilfrid Almendra (puzzle player) and Aurélia Defrance, (curator) moderating conversations with Laure Jaumouillé, Abdessamad El Montassir and Cédric Fauq.

The Lost Decade was the concluding contribution to the virtual programme, Nature as Infrastructure, which was organised as part of Manifesta 13, Les Parallèles du Sud. The piece incorporates a key work by the co-founder of The Winter Office, Hugo Hopping, and is complemented by three conversations with Laure Jaumouillé, Abdessamad El Montassir, and Cédric Fauq. These conversations have been hosted by the independent curator and project leader responsible for developing all of the Marseille-based aspects of this programme, Aurélia Defrance.

09/13/2021

The Lost Decade, 2020 Digital puzzle piecing with invited guests. Starring the card-board jigsaw puzzle,
The Contours of a Table Game. Hugo Hopping, 2010 / 2020. 98 cm x 65.34 cm (2000 pieces).

About the video, The Lost Decade by @hugohopping

With the participation of Wilfrid Almendra (puzzle player) and Aurélia Defrance, (curator) moderating conversations with Laure Jaumouillé, Abdessamad El Montassir and Cédric Fauq.

The Lost Decade was the concluding contribution to the virtual programme, Nature as Infrastructure, which was organised as part of Manifesta 13, Les Parallèles du Sud. The piece incorporates a key work by the co-founder of The Winter Office, Hugo Hopping, and is complemented by three conversations with Laure Jaumouillé, Abdessamad El Montassir, and Cédric Fauq. These conversations have been hosted by the independent curator and project leader responsible for developing all of the Marseille-based aspects of this programme, Aurélia Defrance.

09/13/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard/), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/13/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and @hugohopping

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard/), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/13/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and @hugohopping

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard/), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/12/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and @hugohopping

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard/), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/12/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and @hugohopping

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard/), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/12/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and @hugohopping P.1

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte ) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard /), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/12/2021

REGARDING WEEDS – A Conversation between Artist / Architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping P.1
@hugohopping

Danish architect Gitte Juul and Hugo Hopping discuss some of the exhibitions that took place at InstantHerlev Institute over a ten year period. They will begin with Gitte Juul’s (IG: @juulgitte ) project of 2011, FRONTGARDENKITCHEN. This was an outdoor installation where Juul planted weeds, flower and edible plants, in the front garden at InstantHerlev. As part of the project she invited the audience to pick their own plants and make salads from these plants that she had cultivated on site, and participate in an alfresco dining experience. The weeds and plants were later covered up with Asphalt. This will develop into a conversation about The Winter Office’s exhibition ‘By Invitation Only’ from 2014, where the group broke through the asphalt, to foster the growing of the weeds hidden underneath. At the request of the group, Anja Franke (IG: @anjafrankehedegaard /), Artist and Director of InstantHerlev institute, photographed the weeds, and it was these images which were then used to produce the lithographic prints that have become central artworks for The Winter Office.

About the video. This conversation took place in November 2020 and made for our exhbition contribution and as part of Manifesta 13, Marseille, 2020

09/11/2021

Nick D**g #ArtilleryTakeovers Part 1

SpaceTime
Nick D**g
2021
61” x 61” x 52.5”H
Two way mirror, wood, LEDs, electronics and audio components
Music by Stephen Carter Hicks
Electronics by Jeff Rule
Cinematography by Gabriel De La Cruz

@studiodong
@kurativo
@onebigsinger
@usc_pam
#uscpam
#divineimmersion

Maru Garcia (@marugfe ) and Supercollider (@supercolliderart ) #ArtilleryTakeovers SUPERCOLLIDER creates immersive scien...
09/11/2021

Maru Garcia (@marugfe ) and Supercollider (@supercolliderart ) #ArtilleryTakeovers

SUPERCOLLIDER creates immersive science + art experiences—including (inter)nationally curated satellites for pop-ups, festivals, and research institutes—that vividly reclaim our future and explode our present.

SUPERCOLLIDER believes in a future where art, science, and tech collide to inspire social and environmental responsibility. We bring together leading artists, scientists, and the public to celebrate the future and reframe the challenges facing our world. In this process, we build accountability networks and creative connections across disciplines and locations to spark new skillsets for humanity: collective perseverance and collaborative action.

These images represent a few of our many exhibitions that focus on environment, science and technology. Check out our profile @supercolliderart to see more!

Images:
SPRING/BREAK Art Show (2020), Bio-Cultures (2020), Off-World: Arctic Origins (2021), Atmospheres Deep ( 2021), Super Radiance (2018), Bio-Cultures (2020. Courtesy of SUPERCOLLIDER

Maru Garcia (@marugfe ) #ArtilleryTakeoversThe idea that we are part of the natural world is a recurring theme in my wor...
09/10/2021

Maru Garcia (@marugfe ) #ArtilleryTakeovers

The idea that we are part of the natural world is a recurring theme in my work and in so many artists and contemporary thinkers, but it is especially in indigenous cultures that this is very present. Kinship and reciprocity, words that can help counterbalance the search for power and extraction.

In ‘membrane tensions’ I centered my attention on kinship, and I wanted to look at our common origins with other living beings. For this work, I took as a reference Lynn Margulis’ Endosymbiotic theory that proposes that eukaryotic cells are descended from formerly free-living cells that were engulfed and that stayed there through generations. As a type of permanent community, sharing space and resources.

The lightweight sculptures want to serve as fictional micropaleontological evidence of this evolutionary process, while the drawings can be imagined as a symbiogenesis codex.

Images:
‘membrane tensions’ (2021). Bacterial cellulose sculptures and drawings. Courtesy of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.

#membranetensions #bacterialcellulose #scoby #kinship #wearepartofnature #culturesofregeneration #ecoart #ecoaesthetics #marugarcia

Maru Garcia (@marugfe ) #ArtilleryTakeoversFor this first post, I want to start with this question: how can art help in ...
09/10/2021

Maru Garcia (@marugfe ) #ArtilleryTakeovers

For this first post, I want to start with this question: how can art help in this environmental crisis?

For me, the answer comes from the very definition of ecology (the study of relationships of organisms and their environment). Relationships are at the center of my practice. I think that we have to be able to develop better relationships with ourselves, other humans, other living beings, and our environment.
I have done in the past some experimentation on interspecies relationships with other organisms (plants, microorganisms) in what I call “encounters”.

Images:
‘just add water’ (2018). Installation. 4,177 lentil sprouts, plastic containers, towel paper, poem. Courtesy of the artist.

‘just add water’ is a project that describes the exploration of an interspecies relationship. For 50 days the artist was exposed to the germination and cultivation of lentil seeds. Through installation and a scientific journal-poem, this shows how relationships are sometimes painful, but also covered of mystery and hope.

#interspecies #relationships #livingwithplants #encounters #ecology #ecoart #bioart #ecoaesthetics #marugarcia

Amanda Maciel Antunes responds to Homer's and Cavafy's texts with a poem of her own, asserting her own place in the cont...
09/10/2021

Amanda Maciel Antunes responds to Homer's and Cavafy's texts with a poem of her own, asserting her own place in the continued life of the ancient narrative.

Named after the island that serves as the lodestar and final destination of Odysseus' arduous journey, Antunes’ Ithaca contemplates the Utopian ideal of the homeland, re-imagining the island as a matriarchal space.

Ithaca opens on Friday, September 10th, 6pm to 10pm @tinflats
1989 Blake Avenue
The exhibition will run through October 23, 2021

#makingofithaca #amandamacielantunes #ArtInLosAngeles #cpcavafy #homerodyssey #brazilianwomenartists #LAArt

www.lunaanais.com

@lunaanaisgallery
@amandamacielantunes

Amanda Maciel Antunes responds to Homer's and Cavafy's texts with a poem of her own, asserting her own place in the continued life of the ancient narrative.

Named after the island that serves as the lodestar and final destination of Odysseus' arduous journey, Antunes’ Ithaca contemplates the Utopian ideal of the homeland, re-imagining the island as a matriarchal space.

Ithaca opens on Friday, September 10th, 6pm to 10pm @tinflats
1989 Blake Avenue
The exhibition will run through October 23, 2021

#makingofithaca #amandamacielantunes #ArtInLosAngeles #cpcavafy #homerodyssey #brazilianwomenartists #LAArt

www.lunaanais.com

@lunaanaisgallery
@amandamacielantunes

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