Couple of months ago, I was contacted by Emilie Oursel who was putting together a very interesting show in Haarlem, just 20 mins outside of Amsterdam, titled ‘Green Revolution‘. The show is now on, and features the Ark-Inc project alongside other experimental works such as Akos Maroy’s project bio.display, and ofcourse Critical Art Ensemble’s Immolation, a must -see project.
The exhibition is currently featured on We Make Money Not Art:
“Green revolution, which invaded the walls of the Nieuwe Vide art space until June 13th, offers a broader, contemporary and decidedly darker take on the idea of a green revolution. The show brings together artists whose work investigates and comments on the current, complex and often hard to fully grasp mutations in our environment, whether it’s the environment in its green and eco sense or more generally the new political climate. Some of the artists selected use or comment on man-made disasters, others bring about distressing scenarios of a future life, others investigate the field of biotechnology, opening up new perspectives and questioning the world we live in…”