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Art Basel Miami

Humans + Machines:
NFTs and the Ever-Evolving World of Art

Dec 2 – 4, 2021
Miami, USA

At Art Basel Miami Beach 2021, Tezos and media artists will be in the spotlight including Joanie Lemercier, Zach Lieberman, Memo Akten, Helena Sarin, Kelly Richardson, Auriea Harvey, LIA, Iskra Velichkova, Mario Klingemann, among others.

GIANT

NatureMax
Nov 15, 2021 – Feb, 2022
curated by Paul Carey-Kent
Bournemouth, UK

How should we relate to nature? As recently as fifty years ago the anthropocentric way of looking purely through the lens of human outcomes was the mainstream assumption. “Putting something called Nature on a pedestal and admiring it from afar does for the environment what patriarchy does for the figure of Woman” Timothy Morton

Kamloops Art Gallery

Halcyon Fog
Jan 21 – Apr 2, 2022
Kamloops, BC

Kelly Richardson works with digital technologies to create hyper-real, spectacular landscapes with underlying ominous narratives. Halcyon Fog presents a solo exhibition of Richardson’s longstanding interest in the environment, climate change and endangered old-growth forests.

Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything
Feb 9, 2021 – Dec 2, 2024
online (MAC)

A veritable audiovisual immersion, this exhibition establishes a dialogue between the œuvre of Leonard Cohen and a selection of artworks from the MAC’s collection.

NEWS

Fad Magazine

Fad Magazine

Published Nov 16, 2021

How should we relate to nature? As recently as fifty years ago the anthropocentric way of looking purely through the lens of human outcomes was the mainstream assumption, at least in western traditions. Yet the growing consensus around the effect of a history of exploiting and abusing nature has altered how we see the relationship.

Art Basel Miami

Art Basel Miami

Art Basel
Humans + Machines: NFTs and the Ever-Evolving World of Art
Dec 2 – 4, 2021
Miami, USA

At Art Basel Miami Beach 2021, Tezos and media artists will be in the spotlight.

UN Instagram Takeover

UN Instagram Takeover

Published: July 1, 2021

If you could imagine a future for our planet’s biodiversity, what would it be? UVic Visual Arts professor Kelly Richardson has been invited by the UN Convention on Biological Diversity to do just that as part of a global collaborative artwork to celebrate the world’s biodiversity and urge for its protection.

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