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Hurting and Healing:

Let’s Imagine a Different Heritage

 

19.3 - 28.8 2022

TENSTA KONSTHALL, Stockholm, Sweden

Group Exhibition

This spring's exhibition at Tensta Konsthall poses the following question: How can the understanding of cultural heritage be decolonized by societies and organizations shaped by European knowledge systems? In this project, Charles Esche, director of the Van Abbemuseum and Tensta Konsthall engages in dialogue with a number of artworks, artists, researchers and guest curators with the purpose of looking closer at how western-centric perception of cultural heritage can be challenged and redefined.

Participating artists: Brook Andrew, DAAR (Decolonizing Architecture Art Research) Sandi Hilal & Alessandro Petti, Jeannette Ehlers & La Vaughn Belle, FCNN (Feminist Collective with No Name),   Edi Hila, Patricia Kaersenhout, Manjot Kaur, Taus Makhacheva, Rabih Mroué, Renzo Martens & CATPC (Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise), Otobong Nkanga, Katarina Pirak Sikku and Jonas Staal. 

 

The exhibition is produced in collaboration with the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven and the programme is carried out together with The Royal Institute of Art, Mårten Snickare / Accelerator and Tensta Library with the support of the Mondriaan Fund and the Delegation of Flanders / Embassy of Belgium.

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Manjot Kaur

The Pool of Memories

 

09.04 - 29.05 2022

Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Immersive Interactive Project | Solo Exhibition

Curated by Suvi Bains

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Ac/kademie #5: The Tree That Grew Out of My Womb

with Asha Karami, Manjot Kaur, Marie Caye, moderated by Ruby Hoette

Tue 15 MAR 2022
3-way hybrid performance

How do your ideas about fertility and motherhood affect your behavior and choices?
What does it mean to be fertile or infertile?
What is the future of organic reproduction while digital replication and production of consumer goods is exploding? 
What happens if you see yourself as the parent of all animate and inanimate things?

The 5th edition of the Ac/kademie series hosts a 3-way hybrid performance by Jan van Eyck alumni Asha Karami, Manjot Kaur and Marie Caye. Together with the public, they explore the topics of sexuality, fertility and parenthood through an abstract, interactive approach that goes beyond associations tied to human reproductive organs and childbirth. Caught between an organic and technological world the three artists try to navigate their way through the linguistic, visual and auditory representations of these themes. The event is moderated by Jan van Eyck participant Ruby Hoette. 

Ac/kademie: A series of artist-lead conversations amongst the residents of the Jan van Eyck Academie and of the Rijksakademie, two post-academies in the Netherlands. This series is organized in collaboration with the Rijksakademie, the Saastamoinen Foundation and the Academy of Fine Arts, Uniarts, Finland.

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Manjot Kaur
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