The term “mirror” has more than once been used in relation to the fragmented, nonlinear narratives and clashing aesthetic qualities of Keren Cytter’s videos. Similarly, the structural multidimensionality of reflective materials could be associated with Nora Schultz’s site-specific installations, with their tendency to simultaneously reveal and conceal.
The American dancer and choreographer William Forsythe on his first exhibition at Gagosian Le Bourget, Paris: robots and choreography and the “optical human puzzle” provided by the formal potential of human bodies interacting.
Alvaro Barrington’s paintings attend to combinations of materials, movements, and references both art historical and cultural in a broader sense.
The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) presents Again, Again It All Comes Back to Me in Brief Glimpses, which celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Jonas Mekas, one of the true pillars of avant-garde and independent cinema.
Sarcasm and sentiment are the tutelary geniuses of the show by Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio (Pozzuoli, 1972), a Neapolitan artist and emigrant to Berlin, who until January 14, 2018 at Merano Arte will display a set of especially created new works.