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This exhibition presents works by Nicanor Aráoz (Buenos Aires, 1980), Ingela Ihrman (Strängnäs, 1985), Eduardo Navarro (Buenos Aires, 1979), Alexa Karolinski/Ingo Niermann (Berlin, 1984 and Bielefeld, 1969), Reto Pulfer (Bern, 1981), Mathilde Rosier (Paris, 1973), Lin May Saaed (Würzburg, 1973), Ania Soliman (Warsaw, 1970), and includes I Have Left You The Mountain (a project drafted by Simon Battisti, Leah Whitman-Salkin, Åbäke).














 




















 





























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Metamorphoses - Let Everything Happen to You
Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Rivoli-Turin (Italy)
13.04 - 14.06.2018


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Exhibition April 13 - June 14, 2018. Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Piazza Mafalda di Savoia - 10098 Rivoli – Turin (Italy). Tel.  : +39 011 956 5222. Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 10:00 - 17:00, Friday-Sunday 10:00 - 19:00.



 







 











 





 



























 





 











Metamorphoses - Let Everything Happen to You, Castello di Rivoli

© ArtCatalyse International / Marika Prévosto 2018. All Rights Reserved

“Language and labor defined for centuries the position of the human, but can you imagine leaving that position to become a flower? Can you imagine that the notion of metamorphosis is nothing else but another way of naming an inexhaustible goodwill? A force that runs through the human and the non-human so as to navigate the many orders that constitute life, avoiding the pests of the Modern project and its insistence on identity, difference, bifurcation of life in the two-systems of nature and culture, the dichotomy between primary and secondary qualities of being? … A Japanese botanist, Kumagusu Minakata wrote 'Things in the universe naturally proceed smoothly without being conscious until one apprehends the reasons for such things… A discovery is nothing but understanding things in the universe, as they are, through encountering tact.' This ability to modify what is perceptible enables us, if only for an instant, to cease being entirely human, entirely 'you,' or 'I.' It enables us to become a mold. Metamorphoses names the exercise of becoming 'tact,' of thinking life without hierarchies.” (Chus Martínez, curator of the exhbition).








 
















 







Ingela Ihrman, The Passion Flower, 2017. Courtesy the artist

Ingela Ihrman, The Passion Flower, 2017. Courtesy the artist