Watch Nona Inescu discuss her artistic practice, spanning over the past four years, focusing on a selection of exhibitions and projects that are relevant for the artist's preoccupation with the interrelation between human and non-human species.
A conversation between artist Monira Al Qadiri and curator Adriana Blidaru that focuses on Al Qadiri’s research, upbringing, and artistic direction, and, more specifically, on her work Wonder (2016-2017), part of the exhibition Living Content: Under Pressure.
In the age of climate emergency, Adrian Ganea reflects on growing libraries of digital 3D models that document nature through geometric shells wrapped in pictures.
As part of the exhibition Living Content: Under Pressure, watch Katja Novitskova discuss her ongoing series Earthware, which depicts a new kind of visual landscape art, rendering life across different planetary planes. She talks about patterns from invisible light spectra, genomics landscapes, algorithmic vision, and about forms of consciousness that go beyond the human.
As an exercise to combat impalpable ideology and objectification, this lecture-performance created by Anca Bucur for the project Living Content: Under Pressure, depicts a relational narrative where a body extends into a land extends into a territory.
Watch Maria Guta's performative-reading of "Youth without Age and Life without Death" - the epic Romanian fairytale written by Petre Ispirescu and translated by Jean Harris.
In conjunction with the videowork Holobiont (2018), which considers the idea of embodied cognition on a planetary scale, from outer space to inside the gut, we present: "Jenna Sutela’s Microbiome, August 2017", an audiowork created by the artist and released for Living Content: Under Pressure.
Blautia: 18.62% Faecalibacterium: 10.73% Bacteroides: 6.11% Sarcina: 4.87% Anaerostipes: 4.75% Roseburia: 4.15% Fusicatenibacter: 3.12% Pseudobutyrivibrio: 3.01% Alistipes: 2.71% Subdoligranulum: 1.92% Intestinibacter: 1.82% Hespellia: 1.78% Collinsella: 1.77% Lachnospira: 1.65% Clostridium: 1.62% Akkermansia: 1.43% Parabacteroides: 1.32% Dialister: 1.18% Marvinbryantia: 1.13% Barnesiella: 0.86% Corynebacterium: 0.79% Anaerotruncus: 0.71% Flavonifractor: 0.70% Streptococcus: 0.60% Dorea: 0.60% Catenibacterium: 0.47% Candidatus Soleaferrea: 0.47% Erysipelatoclostridium: 0.38% Anaerococcus: 0.32% Intestinimonas: 0.30% Oscillibacter: 0.26% Adlercreutzia: 0.26% Flavobacterium: 0.24% Terrisporobacter: 0.23% Lactobacillus: 0.23% Sporobacter: 0.17% Herbaspirillum: 0.17% Odoribacter: 0.17% Bilophila: 0.15% Peptoclostridium: 0.13% Thalassospira: 0.13% Oscillospira: 0.13% Butyricimonas: 0.13% Finegoldia: 0.11% Anaerosporobacter: 0.11% Desulfovibrio: 0.11% Parasutterella: 0.11% Parasporobacterium: 0.09% Sutterella: 0.09% Romboutsia: 0.08% Robinsoniella: 0.08% Prevotella: 0.08% Peptoniphilus: 0.08% Moryella: 0.08% Porphyromonas: 0.06% Pseudomonas: 0.06% Campylobacter: 0.06% Lysinibacillus: 0.04% Coprobacter: 0.04% Varibaculum: 0.04% Caldicoprobacter: 0.04%