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  • Venice Biennale 2017 Review by Raju Rage ‘In a world full of conflicts and jolts, in which humanism is being seriously jeopardized, art is the most precious part of the human being’ – Christine Macel, curator of the 57th biennale at Venice. A claim of this year’s Venice Biennale is that it will ‘open pathways to neo-humanism’. I wasn’t sure exactly how this ...
  • Tate Families 8-14 Workshops As part of the Performing Bodies’ workshops at Tate Modern Jan – Mar 2017 Objects/materials influence how we construct and express gender through our bodies. Creating sculptural pieces that can be worn and embodied/ performed and photographed in public in the gallery space as selfie interventions. Using printed and projected examples of artists who use sculpture ...
  • Visibility or Opacity at Edinburgh Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2016  Performative Presentation on gender and the moving image. images by Tiu Makkonen 2016
  • Rainbow Tribe – Affectionate Movement Online Residency Jul- Dec 2016  
  • Visibility or Opacity at Krisis 2016 Krisis at Bonnington Gallery with  Something Human, Nottingham Nov 2016 Images courtesy of Nottingham Trent University / Bonington Gallery for Krísis,  curated by Something Human

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