The Future Light Cone, 2022

VIDEO ● 6 TAPESTRIES ● 12 DRAWINGS ● TUNGSTEN CUBE
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Martian Landscape VI, The Future Light Cone, 2022.© Kyriaki Goni
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Martian Landscape I, The Future Light Cone, 2022.© Kyriaki Goni
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Loukia Goni
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Warsaw Biennale, 2022. photo: Bartosz Górka
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solo show at Filodrammatica Gallery, Drugo More, 2023. photo: Tanja Kanazir
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solo show at Filodrammatica Gallery, Drugo More, 2023. photo: Tanja Kanazir
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Edition of 3 + 2AP.

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The discourse surrounding space exploration, particularly since 2016 and centered in Silicon Valley, resonates with colonialist narratives. This has tangible repercussions on current political and economic conditions. Can we forge a new anti-colonial language for discussing space, possibly influenced by feminism? Space exploration often revolves around anthropocentric perspectives, where other worlds are portrayed as subjects to human agency. This installation looks into an approach where other worlds possess agency, prompting reflection on recognizing knowledge systems beyond human cosmologies. Endorsed by tech giants, long termism advocates for 'space expansionism' to evade existential risks on Earth. How does this align with emerging space economies and political ideologies?

 

COMMISSIONED BY THE WARSAW BIENNALE 2022

 

L’ARTE CHE ANALIZZA LA CORSA ALLO SPAZIO

HOLO COUNTER-NARRATIVES TO COLONIAL COSMOLOGIES AND SPACE EXPANSIONISM

BLOK WARSAW BIENNALE REVIEW