Mar 15, 2023
by Sukanya Deb Mar 15, 2023
The Boston-based artist looks at converting data collected around changing weather and natural disasters into a tool to demystify science, humanising the experience.
Jan 10, 2023
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jan 10, 2023
Curated by Rebecca Edwards, the exhibition, part of the arebyte 2022/23 annual artistic programme, explores science-fiction, urban archaeological sites, and digital arts themes.
Jul 16, 2022
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 16, 2022
Jannick Deslauriers creates life-size sculptural installations with fine yards of aluminium mesh, tulle, silk, and thread to visually translate the effects of hauntology.
Jul 08, 2022
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 08, 2022
The sculptural installations by Monroe Isenberg bring the elements of environment – dirt, light, rocks, and water – together to challenge the anthropocentric hierarchy.
Jun 28, 2022
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jun 28, 2022
Toronto Biennial of Art: What Water Knows, The Land Remembers, with various artists and indigenous communities explored natural world and the colonial history of Toronto.
May 15, 2022
by Dilpreet Bhullar May 15, 2022
Latifa Echakhch, in collaboration with Alexandre Babel and Francesco Stocchi, represents Switzerland at the 59th Venice Biennale with the immersive installation The Concert
Jan 09, 2022
by Girinandini Singh Jan 09, 2022
STIR speaks with Sophie J Williamson about her new curatorial project, Undead Matter - an intimate entanglement between the living and the decaying.
Dec 23, 2021
by Vidur Sethi Dec 23, 2021
In the Court for Intergenerational Climate Crimes in Amsterdam, writer-lawyer Radha D’Souza and artist Jonas Staal mount a large-scale installation in the form of a tribunal.
Nov 13, 2021
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 13, 2021
The sixth edition of Sea Art Festival, titled Non-/Human Assemblages with diverse in-situ installations illustrates the necessity of an empathetic, shared non-/human ecology.
Sep 03, 2021
by Rosalyn D`Mello Sep 03, 2021
Various artists using different media are invested in the same question: can our collective salvation lie in surrendering our fallible human agency and allowing, instead, for awe?
Jul 18, 2021
by Dilpreet Bhullar Jul 18, 2021
Multiple-layered photographs of the Slovenian photographer, Vanja Bučan, invite the audience to gauge the imbalance defining the relationship between humans and nature.
Jul 12, 2021
by Aastha D. Jul 12, 2021
STIR speaks with Elisabeth Falkensteiner and Baerbel Mueller, the curators for Ecologies and Politics of the Living at the Vienna Biennale that aims to inspire alternative imaginations.
Jun 15, 2021
by Anmol Ahuja Jun 15, 2021
STIR discusses the Kenyan visual artist and architect duo's idea of a utopian African future through KEJA and the Anthropocene Museum at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
May 19, 2021
by Aastha D. May 19, 2021
Can architecture act as a measure in which the simultaneity of the planetary and the quotidian are read together?
Oct 12, 2019
by Sukanya Garg Oct 12, 2019
Artist and filmmaker Armin Linke presents Blind Sensorium. Il Paradosso dell’Antropocene, a culmination of his 10 years inquiry into the politics of climate change.