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Marian Tubbs, 'i am series of chemical changes' (2017) Detail. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Marian Tubbs, 'my internet and ocean twin' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Hypersea (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Jala Wahid 'No Need To Survive Now III' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Jala Wahid 'Oh Leander!' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Hypersea (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Hypersea (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artists + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Jala Wahid 'No Need To Survive Now III' (2017) Detail view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Lou Cantor 'The Waves of Possibility from The Ocean of Reality' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Mimosa Echard 'cushions' (2017) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Nils Alix Tabeling 'Urbain' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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Rebecca Jagoe (2018) Performance documentation. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.
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YGRG 'she is ready.,' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + artmonte-carlo, Monaco.

Movement, membrane + complex dystopian conditions in the Hypersea yacht exhibition

, 22 May 2018

The Hypersea group exhibition at Monaco’s artmonte-carlo ran April 26 to 29.

Curated by Juliette Desorgues, the show reflects on the writings of Astrida Neimanis’ hydrofeminism and features work by Nils Alix-Tabeling, Lou Cantor (Józefina Chętko and Kolja Gläser), Mimosa Echard, Rebecca Jagoe, Anna Solal, Marian Tubbs, Jala Wahid and Young Girl Reading Group (Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė). 

Exhibited on a moored yacht, the site hosts sculptural elements, video and performance in a “prime symbol of today’s complex dystopian conditions.” As well as being in dialogue with water, both as an entity and a metaphor, “feminist thinking in today’s neo-liberal world” is explored through concepts of movement, membrane and permeation.**

The Hypersea group exhibition at Monaco’s Port Hercule ran as part of artmonte-carlo on April 26 to 29, 2018.