Enclave

Slime moulds, submarine creatures + migrating birds in Ambient Intelligence at Enclave, Sep 21 – Oct 1

21 September 2017

The Ambient Intelligence group exhibition is on at London’s Enclave, opening September 21 and running to October 1.

Bringing together slime moulds, submarine creatures and migrating birds, the show looks at “processes of emergence of non-neuronal and expanded forms of intelligence, both in nature and technology” and features work by Joey Holder, Anna Mikkola and Jenna Sutela. 

There will also be accompanying events, including a performance by Rachel Cheung ‘Corporeal Computation’ on September 28 and 29, as well as ‘New Ecological Paradigms’ lectures by Aslak Aamot Kjærulff, Alexandra Anikina and Inigo Wilkins, and a screening of Air Kiss (a film by Karina Golubenko, Egor Kraft, Alina Kvirkveliya and Pekka Tynkkynen). 

The event is part of Deptford X Fringe 2017.

Visit the FB event page for details.**

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Rieneke + Frederique Pisuisse @ PANDO@EnclaveLab, Aug 10 – 17

8 August 2016

Goldsmithsgallery presents Rieneke and Frederique Pisuisse are presenting a collaborative exhibition at London’s PANDO@EnclaveLab, opening August 10 and running to August 17.

The mother-daughter duo has worked to explore their personal relationship to feminisms of their time to create a site-specific installation. The mother, Rieneke, takes her impetus from Second Wave Feminism to deal with the female body, ideas of domesticity, and personal experience —but also by drawing from her later years, where she focused on postmodern theory to create sculptural works.

The exhibition is an installation of statues —of her own body —carved out of various types of stone, connecting the work to Lucy Lippard who said, “When women use their own bodies in their artwork, they are using themselves; a significant psychological factor converts these bodies or faces from object to subject.”

Daughter Frederique, meanwhile, expands the definition of her mother’s feminism as “she is fundamentally Rieneke’s proxy in the physical and behavioural sense”. Frederique departs from her mother’s sculptures as she “edits and reproduces the work, filling it up-to-date according to contemporary art standards”.

See the Goldsmithsgallery website for details.**

Rieneke & Frederique Pisuisse @ GOLDSMITHSGALLERY

Frederique Pisuisse, ‘Soft day light – a clock ticks diligently into the mirror’ (2015). Installation view. Courtesy the artist.

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