Marking the 20th anniversary of Curating Contemporary Art exhibitions at London’s Royal College of Art is No one lives here, begun on Friday, March 8 and ending Sunday, March 24. Featuring artists and curators from around the world, including Europe, the US and the Middle East, the cross-disciplinary show uses sculpture, installation, moving image and performance to interrogate Indian theorist and philosopher Gayatri Spivak’s concept of ‘planetarity’ from her 2005 book, Death of a Discipline.
Taking its title from the quote “the globe is on our computers. No one lives there”, 11 artists -including Cairo non-profit media organisation Mosireen Collective, Yugoslavia-born Aleksandra Domanović and Brighton-based Jack Strange -explore the contradictions and paradoxes of living in the digital age. See the RCA website for more information.**