Projects

Chapter Thirteen

Chapter Thirteen

Friday 20 April 2018 Monday 07 May 2018

CCA Derry ~ Londonderry

Saturday, 26 May, 2018 Saturday, 28 July, 2018

Chapter Thirteen

Wednesday 19 April 2017 Wednesday 26 April 2017

Chapter Thirteen

Friday 13 October 2017 Saturday 31 March 2018

Various Locations

Monday 14 May 2018 Friday 31 May 2019

Contributors

  • Alex has held solo shows at Collective Gallery (Edinburgh), David Dale Gallery (Glasgow), Glasgow Sculpture Studios, and sic! Raum für Kunst (Lucerne, Switzerland). He has participated in group and two-person exhibitions at Transmission Gallery (Glasgow) and Kyenam Community Museum (South Korea), and will be exhibiting at the Hunterian Museum in winter 2018.

  • Alexandra has participated in exhibitions such as dOCUMENTA(13) (Kassel); Manifesta10 (St.Petersburg); 1st Triennial of Russian Art, Garage Museum (Moscow); Omnipotence, Marso Gallery (Mexico City), Fusiform Gyrus, Lisson Gallery (London), The Rose has Teeth in the Mouth of a Beast, A Palazzo (Brescia); Human Commonalities, Vadim Sidur Museum (Moscow) and Counter-Illusions – 3 International Biennale For Young Art, DK ZIL (Moscow). Her investigative project, Witness was published by VAC-press and Mousse Publishing.

  • Bianca’s solo exhibitions include Eyes in the Back of Your Head, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof (Hamburg); Pure Breaths, Swimming Pool Projects (Sofia) and Zero Latitude, Goethe Institut (Johannesburg). She has participated in Afrotopia: 11th African Biennial of Photography (Bamako);11th Shanghai Biennale, Power Station of Art (Shanghai); The 8th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art, KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin); 19th Contemporary Art Festival SESC Videobrasil, SESC Pompeia (São Paolo); Double Feature, Schirn Kunsthalle (Frankfurt am Main); Slow Works, Sydney (Sydney); The Image Generator II, Extra City Kunsthal (Antwerp); Poltroneria: Eating Out, with Ani Schulze, Roberta (Frankfurt am Main); Open House, Kunstverein Braunschweig; New Frankfurt Internationals, Frankfurter Kunstverein (Frankfurt am Main); and Sightings, KZNSA (Durban).

  • Irina’s performances include Preliminary Remarks on the Study of What Is Not There, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane; Foreign Language for Beginners, Research Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, rhiz (Vienna), Atelier 35 (Bucharest) and tete (Berlin); and The Way to Go, eXplore dance Festival, WASP (Bucharest). She has participated in group shows such as Heroism Rises in a Warehouse, Salonul de Proiecte (Bucharest); The Heart Is Deceitful Above all Things, (HOME Manchester); and Parasite and Mimicry, (CAC Vilnius). She also works as part of the artist duo, The Bureau of Melodramatic Research. BMR’s solo shows include Alien Passions, Skolska 28 (Prague); End Pit, DEPO (Istanbul); and The Bureau of Melodramatic Research, Galeria Posibilă (Bucharest).

  • Kapwani’s solo shows include Linear, Galerie Tanja Wagner (Berlin); A wall is just a wall, Power Plant (Toronto); Afrogalactica, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin); The Sun Never Sets, Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg); Kijeketile Suite, South London Gallery (London); Kapwani Kiwanga: Flowers for Africa, Or Gallery (Vancouver); Continental Shift, Galerie Jerome Poggi (Paris) and Rumours Maji was a lie, Stiftelsen 3,14 (Bergen). She has also participated in Memories of the Future, Tate Liverpool; Momentum, Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art, Sweden; House of Commons, Portikus (Frankfurt am Main); Stories for Almost Everyone, Hammer Museum (Los Angeles); Horses on Rollerblades, Konsthall C (Hökarängen); Uriel Orlow: Mafavuke’s Trial and Other Plant Stories, The Showroom (London); Still (the) Barbarians, EVA International Biennale (Limerick); Botany under the Influence, ApexArt (New York) and A Century of Centuries, SALT Galata (Istanbul).

  • Nina’s recent exhibitions and curations include Air: Inspiration-Expiration, Standard Bank Gallery (Johnannesburg); About Empty Spaces, Klein Karoo International Arts Festival (Oudtshoorn); Bona fides, Jan Royce Gallery (Cape Town); Death Speaks, Spin Street Gallery (Cape Town); Scintilla: an alchemy show, Commune 1 (Cape Town); Do It, Michaelis Gallery (Cape Town); Where the Wild Things Are, Michaelis Gallery (Cape Town); Post-Colonial Africa, Klein Karoo International Arts Festival (Oudtshoorn); Suspicious Mind: Artists’ Exploration of Mind and Matter, Iziko National Gallery Annexe (Cape Town) and Entre-vues (Marnay-sur-seine).

  • Sarah’s solo shows include No Title, CCA Derry~Londonderry; Pathos of Distance, National Gallery of Ireland (Belfast); Lost Illusions, Galerie SBC (Montreal), Mercer Union (Toronto) and Walter Phillips Gallery (Banff); The Artist Talks, The Showroom (London); and Meaning of Greatness Project (Dublin). She has participated in numerous group exhibitions at galleries and museums such as Rua Red (Tallaght), CCS Bard Hessel Museum (Annandale-on-Hudson, New York), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven), IMMA (Dublin), Biennale de Lyon, Mattress Factory (Pittsburgh); K21+20 (Düsseldorf); MUMOK (Vienna), MuHKA (Antwerp). She represented Ireland at the 51st Venice Biennale.

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