Installation views

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FORMS OF PARTICIPATION / COOPERATION
at Kunstraum München

Forms of Cooperation/Participation directs its attention to the social and political dimension of form that results from collaborations, entanglements, exchange, and dialogue. Here we wish to examine the impact of artefacts and the effectiveness of the collective. We also ask whether artefacts enable an experience of the social or political dimensions. A workshop in Bamako, Mali (summer 2016) aims at critically reflecting on these different approaches with regard to ambivalences and potentialities.

With: Paolo Cascone, Matali Crasset & Bulawayo Home Industries, Cucula, Cheick Diallo, Front & Siyazama, Kër Thiossane
and
Karo Akpokiere: edition of three drawings from the Lagos Drawings series

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Foto: Thomas Splett

FORMS OF COOPERATION/ PARTICIPATION
at Kunstraum München

Kunstraum München’s new Edition of works by Nigerian born artist Karo Akpokiere

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Foto: Thomas Splett

FORMS OF SPECULATION / SPECULATIVE FORMS
and
TRANSFORM(N)ATION
at Architekturmuseum

With: Kossi Aguessy, Cladlight, Fundibots, Wanuri Kahiu, Markus Kayser, Lumkani, Michael MacGarry, Abu Bakarr Mansaray, Jean Katambayi Mukendi, Rethaka, Studio Sikoki, Jules Wokam, Kader Attia, Vincent Michéa, Studio Sikoki, Obiora Udechukwu

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Foto: Thomas Splett

FORMS OF MODERNITY
at Museum Fünf Kontinente

Forms of Modernity examines the significance of foreign objects (in this case objects from Africa) for the quest of form in European modernity. In early 20th century’s products innumerable objects reveal the aesthetic adoption of non-Western design characteristics. The station ‘Forms of modernity’ looks at the influence of African objects on modern design.

With: Black Coffee, Formafantasma, Simone Post, Wendy Grossman, Sammlung Osthaus, Margaret Trowell

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Foto: Thomas Splett

MATERIAL MORPHOSIS
at Galerie Karin Wimmer

Knitwear MaXhosa by Laduma and Xhosa pearl objects (Museum Fünf Kontinente)

With: Yinka Ilori, Emo de Medeiros, Eric van Hove, David Adjaye, Marjorie Wallace for Mutapo Pottery, Laduma Ngxokolo, Dokter and Misses, Fatimah Tuggar, Sonya Clark, Nora al-Badri & Jan Nikolai Nelles and Palash Singh for STEP/ The New Basket Workshop

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