6.10.-2.12.2015, São Paulo, BR
Five publications will be launched during the 19th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil | Southern Panoramas in São Paulo. Three of them are linked to the Festival’s themes, acting as printed platforms for this edition’s exhibitions and debates, and as additional environments for the development of its curatorial issues. With collaborators Petri Saarikko and Maria Helena P.T. Machado we've contributed with text out of our book (T)races of Louis Agassiz: Photography, Body and Science, Yesterday and Today to the publication: SOUTHERN PANORAMAS | READINGS - Perspectives for other geographies of thought. It includes essays and art manifestos that present, advocate, or question the notion of geopolitical South, which pools together regions with shared historical, social and cultural contexts can be found on Southern Panoramas | Readings - perspectives for other geographies of thought. Through the input of theoreticians and sample contemporary artistic and cultural practices, the publication discusses ideas that challenge Eurocentric representations and narratives.


15.9.2015, 6-8pm, NGV, Melbourne
As part of the Mildura Biennale #10 Petri Saarikko and me will give a artist talk at the Symposium #4 at the NGV National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.

Sunraysia Daily came to meet us at the workshop to talk to us about our new Remedies project currently in progress for the Mildura Biennale. Read here.


My new video KARAKIA The Resetting Ceremony was screened during the Creative Time Summit 2015 in Helsinki.

Petri Saarikko and me arrived in Mildura to produce a project for the Mildura Palimpsest Biennale #10!

Interview on the Salto Arts blog in Austria. Read here.


Kirsty Baker wrote a good review for eyecontactsite on my exhibtion Agassiz Down Under currently at the Te Whare Hera gallery in Wellington.

8.–22.7.2015, Te Whare Hera gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
The new body of work that I made during my residency will she shown under the exhibition title Agassiz Down Under at the Te Whare Hera gallery in Wellington. You can find the press release here. Read the review here.


26.6.2015, New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Wellington
The New Zealand Portrait Gallery invited me to talk about my Shooting Stars project within my contemporary portraiture practice and projects I'm working on during my artist residency.

Launch of Healers: Action, Dance collaborative project initiated with Petri Saarikko during artist in residency in Wellington, New Zealand.


Jerry Philogene wrote a article on my art practice alongside fellow artists Vladimir Cybil Charlier and Pascale Monnin for the new issue of Emisférica, Caribbean Rasanblaj, Volume 12, Issue 1, 2015.

23.5.-9.8.2015, Passagen Konsthall, Sweden
The Shooting Stars project is participating in the group exhibition Becoming by Recalling - Att bli genom att blicka bakåt alongside Swedish and international artists. The exhibition was curated by Susanne Ewerlöf.

9.5.2015, Museo di Palazzo Grimani, Venice
I'm pleased to announce that my Rentyhorn (2008) video is participating in the Frontiers Reimagined goup exhibition which was organized by Sundaram Tagore and Tagore Foundation International and curated by Sundaram Tagore with co-curator Marius Kwint as part of the Collateral Events of the 56th La Biennale di Venezia.


I was invited to take part in the Unmapping the End of the World journey which is an international, durational & experimental art project that brings together a contingent of 16 Australian, European and Japanese artists for a unique intercultural contemporary art journey across three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia, Japan and Italy and culminating in a collaborative installation for Mildura Palimpsest Biennale #10, 2015.


20.3. 2015, Radio New Zealand
Eva Radish interviewed me on the occasion of my artist residency in Wellington.

19.3.2015 at 6 pm, The Pit, Te Ara Hihiko, Massey University Wellington
As second Te Whare Hēra Wellington International Artist in Residence artist I will present my work on Swiss naturalist and proponent of scientific racism Louis Agassiz (1807-1873). The project, Demounting Louis Agassiz, engages with geographical features which bear the Agassiz name. New Zealand is also home to two of these landmarks; the Agassiz Glacier and Agassiz Range.


I'm the second receipent of the newly founded Wellington International Artist Residency Te Whare Hēra together with my partner and collaborator Petri Saarikko.


12.1.2015, La maison d'Haiti, Montreal, Quebec, CA
With the srceening of my Haïti Chérie video I will contribute to commemorative activitiers of the 5th Anniversary of the earthquake in Haïti.

Online newspaper Finland Today published a article about my Shooting Stars exhibition.

This will be a very exciting year for me with artist residencies in New Zealand and Australia and exhibitions in Sweden, Italy, Finland, New Zealand, Israel and Australia!

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