b. 1978, Canada

Kapwani Kiwanga Ocula Magazine

Alain Servais: 'I'm very careful about not offending anyone' Ocula Conversation Alain Servais: 'I'm very careful about not offending anyone' By Nadine Khalil, Brussels Alain Servais discusses the formation of his collection over the last two decades. Fade out copy. Read More Kapwani Kiwanga Ocula Conversation Kapwani Kiwanga By Brienne Walsh, Paris I look at historical, social, political events or phenomena that come out of the [African] diaspora, or from Africa itself, and then from there it always becomes an entangled web of relationships. Fade out copy. Read More Venice Post-Mortem: Reflections on The Milk of Dreams* Ocula Feature Venice Post-Mortem: Reflections on The Milk of Dreams* By Stephanie Bailey The Milk of Dreams, curated by Cecilia Alemani, is like a river, save for a few blips, with some unforgettable moments. Fade out copy. Read More Venice Biennale 2022 to Reframe Art History as a Story of ‘Symbiosis, Solidarity, and Sisterhood’ Ocula News Venice Biennale 2022 to Reframe Art History as a Story of ‘Symbiosis, Solidarity, and Sisterhood’ Venice, 4 February 2022 The event's main exhibition will explore the representation of bodies and their connections with technologies and the Earth. Fade out copy. Read More Maja Hoffmann’s Zeal for the Arts Culminates in LUMA Arles Opening Ocula News Maja Hoffmann’s Zeal for the Arts Culminates in LUMA Arles Opening Arles, 29 June 2021 Frank Gehry, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Tom Eccles, and dozens of leading contemporary artists were enlisted in the execution of Hoffmann's vision. Fade out copy. Read More London Gallery Weekend: Shows to See in 2021 Ocula Feature London Gallery Weekend: Shows to See in 2021 By Tessa Moldan, London Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights at the inaugural London Gallery Weekend. Fade out copy. Read More See All 12 Works Shortlisted for High Line Plinth Commissions Ocula News See All 12 Works Shortlisted for High Line Plinth Commissions New York, 26 November 2020 Models of the proposed artworks will be exhibited on the High Line from January 2021. Fade out copy. Read More I name it, I own it: Memory and violence in nature’s exploitation Ocula Feature I name it, I own it: Memory and violence in nature’s exploitation By Clelia Coussonnet, London A number of academics and artists have been placing plants within a wider geopolitical context, using them to consider and re-evaluate obliterated political, social, economic and spiritual narratives. Fade out copy. Read More
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