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
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
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
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
The ANTI Festival International Prize for Live Art was awarded for the first time in Kuopio during ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival 2014, on 24th September. In December 2014, ANTI announced the continuation of the Prize. The future of the Prize is secured with the Saastamoinen Foun
Gustafsson&Haapoja’s third project, a full size museum dedicated to the boundary between humans and the nonhumans, opened 1.9. in Helsinki. See project website for details:
Laura Gustafsson’s third novel Korpisoturi takes place in close future where the structures of human civilisation start to crumble. The book is available in Finnish from Into Publishing and also sold at the bookshop of Museum of Nonhumanity through September.
New series of work under the title Embrace Your Empathy will be a prelude to Gustafsson&Haapoja’s new project Museum of Non-Humanity. The museum focuses on the history of dehumanization and will open in the Suvilahti area’s – where Flow is also held – Tiivistämö building