Spoiled Waters Spilled (POSTPONED)
07.06–13.07.2020: Les Parallèles du Sud, Manifesta 13, Marseilles, FR

'Spoiled Waters Spilled' will take place in Marseilles, Rome, Beirut and Amman from 2020-21. With: Minia Biabiany, Jessika Kharzik, Marjolijn Dijkman & Toril Johannessen, Witnesses, Marianne Fahmy, Rikke Luther and Elvia Teotski.

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6th Sounds of Silence Festival (POSTPONED)
13–15.03.2020: DNR Film Club, The Hague, NL

Life performance by Henry Vega and Jan Willem Troost with 'Reclaiming Vision' (Marjolijn Dijkman & Toril Johannessen 2018). This film reveals various processes in the water that are hidden to the naked human eye, and is a reflection upon the relationship we humans have with our surroundings, especially through what we cannot see.

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Reset
29.02–22.03.2020: Art Souterrain Festival 2020, Montréal, CA

Humanity is at a turning point. Individually and collectively, if they want to survive, human beings need to change their way of connecting with the world but also with each other. Is Manichaeism the only solution? Should we only think in terms of utopia and dystopia in order to discover new avenues?

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Sonic Acts Academy 2020
21.02–23.02.2020: Amsterdam, NL

Sonic Acts Academy is a three-day festival at the intersection of innovative audio-visual and performative art and critical thinking, motivated by changes in the ecological, political, technological and social landscape.  The Academy also invites visitors to join for a conference that features cutting-edge emerging and well-known artistic voices.

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ON-TRADE-OFF: La Contrepartie
16.01–07.03.2020: Centre Culturel Jean Cocteau, Ville de Lilas, Paris, FR


The starting point for the research project On-Trade-Off is the raw material lithium, a naturally occurring element (number three on the periodic table), and its crucial role in the global transition towards a ‘green and fossil fuel free economy’. With: Sammy Baloji, Marjolijn Dijkman, Jean Katambayi, Musasa, Georges Senga, Daddy Tshikaya, Maarten Vanden Eynde.

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Polarities - Psychology and Politics of Being Ecological
29.11.2019–01.03.2020: MU, Eindhoven, NL

With the exhibition Polarities - Psychology and Politics of Being Ecological – including the projects of this years winners of the BAD Award – MU stays with the Anthropocene trouble by tapping in on the extremities of our time, seen from the collaborative perspectives of scientists and artists, without losing sight of the way we must eventually all learn how to cope with drastic changes.

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The Extended Mind
02.11.2019–01.02.2020: Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

'The Extended Mind' proposes that our cognition – that is our mind, thoughts, reasoning, perception, imagination, intelligence, emotion and experience – does not just take place within our brains. It also takes place through our bodies and the broader world and enabled by all the tools, technologies, institutions, materials and techniques we might use to orientate our understanding of where we are in the world.

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I See That I See What You Don't See
05.10–29.12.2019: Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, NL

The Dutch contribution to the XXII Triennale di Milano comprises a programme of events in Milan, Rotterdam, and a publication. It takes the complex relationships between light and dark, between seeing and not seeing, as a starting point for an exploration of their conflicting effects on humans, the Earth and other organisms.

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ON-TRADE-OFF: The Weight of Wonders
16.11.2019–21.12.2019: Cargo in Context & De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam, NL

On-Trade-Off: The Weight of Wonders is an artistic trajectory initiated by Picha (DRC) and Enough Room for Space (BE). The exhibition shows works by Sammy Baloji, Marjolijn Dijkman, Maarten Vanden Eynde, Musasa, Jean Katambayi, Georges Senga and Daddy Tshikaya. On-Trade-Off highlights lithium (li3), which is considered 'the new black gold' because of its crucial role in the global transition to a fossil-free economy.

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Future Genealogies, Tales From The Equatorial Line
24.10–24.11.2019: 6th Lubumbashi Biennale, Lubumbashi, DRC

Future Genealogies, Tales From The Equatorial Line takes the Equator’s imaginary line not as one of demarcation—the majestic Congo River disregards it by straddling it twice—but rather of imbrication. At its closest a place where earth gravity alleviates and where the poles’ magnetic attractions balance each other, the equatorial latitude opens the possibility for narratives that respond to alternate compasses, recognizes new centers of gravity and where de-polarized stories can unfold.

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