Embrace Your Empathy in Wäinö Aaltonen Museum

Embrace Your Empathy, the 2 part project commissioned originally to the FLOW Festival in 2016, is on view in Wäinö Aaltonen Museum’s WAMx series in Turku 15.8. – 15.9. The project is curated by Terhi Tuomi.

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Museum of Nonhumanity in Copenhagen

The archive of Museum of Nonhumanity is on view in This is Not an Apricot, curated by Mary Coyne, at SixtyEight Art Institute in Copenhagen. 24.8. – 31.9. 2019.

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New project Waiting Room in Amsterdam

Waiting Room Immersive sound installation and video work Sound design by Jaakko Autio Curated by Alice Smits Zone2Source gallery, het Glazen Huis, Amstelpark, Amsterdam 8.9. – 10.11. 2019 (more info)


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Museum of Nonhumanity in Taipei Biennale 2018

Taipei Biennale Post Nature 11.17.2018 – 10.3. 2019

https://www.taipeibiennial.org/index.aspx   Curators Mali Wu, Francesco Manacorda 

“Co-curated by Mali Wu and Francesco Manacorda with the title Post-Nature—A Museum as an Ecosystem, the biennial will focus on the interc

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Embrace Your Empathy at Index, Stockholm

And Tomorrow And Index, Stockholm curated by Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris 25 August–25 November 2018


Video works and manifestos by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, Trieke Haapoja and Laura Gustafson, Inst

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Museum of Nonhumanity at Turner Contemporary, UK

The archive of Gustafsson&Haapoja’s Museum of Nonhumanity is on view at Animals and Us, an exhibition at Turner Contemporary, UK.

Animals and Us Turner Contemporary Fri 25 May – Sun 30 Sep 2018 curated by Fiona Parry

Animals & Us is a major exhibition explorin

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Gustafsson&Haapoja at Display, Prague

Gustafsson&Haapoja are showing the installation On the Same Scale, first exhibited in the FLOW Festival in Helsinki in 2016, in the exhibition The Shores of the World, curated by Pablo Jose Ramirez. The show is open until august 17th in Display Gallery, Dittrichova 9/337, 12000

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Museum of Nonhumanity opens in Italy and Norway this summer

Museum of Nonhumanity will open its doors in two locations in Europe in the summer of 2017.

The Museum will be open as part of Momentum Biennale, Norway, 16.6. – 11.10. 2017. Momentum Biennale is one of Scandinavia’s most well known contemporary art events. The biennal

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