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“Post-Nature—A Museum as an Ecosystem”

TAIPEI BIENNIAL 2018, Taipei

Vivian Suter, Lala Mountain, 2018.
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Tess Edmonson

What will come after what we know to be the twilight years of a livable earth? Though this question is implied in the title of “Post-Nature,” this edition of the Taipei Biennial, curated by Mali Wu and Francesco Manacorda, the exhibition itself offers impressions of natural life in the present,... continue reading
Manon de Boer, Resonating Surfaces, 2005.
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Wendy Vogel

The title of the tenth Taipei Biennial, “Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future,” includes everything but the term hammered throughout the exhibition: history. Curated by Corinne Diserens, this biennial departs from the 2014 edition helmed by Nicolas Bourriaud on the theme of accelerationism. Where Bourriaud’s apocalyptic-yet-seductive... continue reading
Surasi Kusolwong, Golden Ghost (Reality Called, So I Woke Up), 2014.
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Laura McLean-Ferris

“The Great Acceleration: Art in the Anthropocene,” curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, casts human subjects as both increasingly ghostly, stressing limitations and finitudes, as well more aligned with the organic, strange, and sensory. In other words: both more dead and more alive. These qualities have been thrown into relief by the... continue reading

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