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Okayama Art Summit 2019: If the Snake @ Okayama Art Summit 2019

27.09.2019

Artistic Director: Pierre Huyghe

Okayama, Japan | Various locations : 27.09.2019 - 24.11.2019

Huyghe entitled this year’s Summit “IF THE SNAKE,” promising to challenge visitors to rethink what constitutes art exhibitions. ‘IF THE SNAKE’ is a living entity, through which navigate heterogeneous things, chemical and algorithmic processes, as well as different intelligent life forms. The inherent dynamic characteristics of the worlds, proposed by the artists, and the conditions of their co-presence, endlessly grow particular modes of uncertain and unpredictable continuity.

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PHOTO CREDITS:

Image 1

John Gerrard
X. laevis (Spacelab), 2017
Courtesy of the artist, Thomas Dane Gallery and Simon Preston Gallery

Pamela Rosenkranz
Skin Pool (Oromom), 2019
Courtesy of the artist, Karma International, Miguel Abreu Gallery and Sprüth Magers
Photo: Ola Rindal

Image 2
Pamela Rosenkranz
Skin Pool (Oromom), 2019
Courtesy of the artist, Karma International, Miguel Abreu Gallery and Sprüth MagersSean RaspetIpomoea indica (morning glory): IRBIi Light Blue x IRBIi Silver Blue, 2019(first generation) Special thanks to the Institute of Radiation Breeding, Japan, Fukukaen Nursery & Bulb Co., Ltd. and Joel KeunnenPhoto: Ola Rindal

Image 3 & Image 4

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer (Waters), 2019
Courtesy of the artist, Karma International, Miguel Abreu Gallery and Sprüth MagersPhoto: Ola Rindal

Image 5

John Gerrard
X. laevis (Spacelab), 2017
Courtesy of the artist, Thomas Dane Gallery,
and Simon Preston Gallery, New York

Image 6

Eva L’Hoest
Under Automata, 2017
Courtesy of the artist

Image 7

Ian Cheng
BOB (Bag of Beliefs), 2018-2019
Collection of Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama Courtesy of the artist, Pilar Corrias and Gladstone GalleryPhoto: Ola Rindal

Image 8

Ian Cheng
BOB (Bag of Beliefs)
2018-2019
courtesy of the artist, Pilar Corrias,
Gladstone Gallery

Image 9

Mika Tajima
New Humans, 2019
Developed with the support from \Art, Cornell Tech and Ferrotec Collection of Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama
Courtesy of the artist and TARO NASUForce Touch (Corporis), 2019
Courtesy of the artist, Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama and TARO NASUPhoto: Ola Rindal

Image 10 & Image 11 Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson Delay Lines, 2019

Collection of Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama Courtesy of the artists
Photo: Ola Rindal

Image 12

Pierre Huyghe

NOT YET TITLED, 2019-ongoing
Courtesy of the artist, TARO NASU, Marian Goodman Gallery and Houser and Wirth © Kamitani Lab / Kyoto

Etienne Chambaud

Calculus, 2019
Collection of Ishikawa Foundation, Okayama Courtesy of the artist

Photo: Ola Rindal

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