‘Deadly Affairs’ opens on March 22, at Kunsthal Extra City in Antwerp. My work will be showing alongside other urgent works thinking through toxicity, excessive waste, environmental injustice, and the unceasing violence of slow destruction.
Opening: March 22, 7pm
Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerpen
Hours: Thursday–Saturday 1–6pm,
T +32 3 677 16 55
Curator: Antonia Alampi
Research curator: Caroline Ektander
Assistant curator: Zeynep Kubat
With works by Boris Anje, Valentino Bellini & Eileen Quinn, Don´t Follow the Wind, Jessika Khazrik, Daniel Lambo, Hira Nabi, Franziska Pierwoss, Natascha Sadr Haghighian & Ashkan Sepahvand, Neda Saeedi, Susan Schuppli, Adrien Tirtiaux and Various Artists.
I’ll be presenting at ‘Art in a Time of Catastrophe: Ecologies of Resistance‘ later this month, being held at the Ruskin School of Art, jointly organized by Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University and Mori Art Museum.
Excited to share a short cut of ongoing work set at the Gadani ship-breaking yard at Colomboscope 2019.
Showing at Rio Complex, Colombo from January 25 – 31.
Hira Nabi is the recipient of the inaugural Lahore Biennale Foundation Research (LBF) Fellowship 2018-19. The Award is one of the three grants announced by LBF this year, as part of its Research Unit initiative. Nabi, an artist, filmmaker, and researcher will work with Sonal Khullar (Associate Professor of Art History, University of Washington) to develop her project over the next months.
Cinemattic programmed ‘El Retorno’ as part of a two day event held on the 11th in Glasgow, and the 12th in Edinburgh.
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