Living Meshes is an interdisciplinary exhibition where lived experiences are in constant exploration within different processes which are activated by the visitor. These art pieces explore experimental processes and challenge conventional viewpoints, they also activate relational methods that will provoke the audience to look at the living world in Mexico and Qatar in different ways.
The exhibition activates interdisciplinary art processes where the audience can touch, be part of the art work, draw, create 3D printed objects, smell, and leave traces in the gallery. At the same time, it creates worlds across individuals, species and scales, and how they are tending toward the flickering of interdisciplinary artistic processes.
Siglinde Langholz, an interdisciplinary artist from Puebla, Mexico. She is a candidate for an interdisciplinary PhD at the University of Maine. Langholz is the recipient of several grants and awards including the Immediations SSHRC research grant from the University of Concordia, Montreal, Canada; the University of Maine´s 2011 - 2012, Ana Mendieta Art Fellowship, and in 2010, a fellowship from the state government of Puebla, Mexico.
The opening of the exhibition will take place in the presence of the artist.
Opening hours: Saturday to Thursday - From 9am to 5pm / Friday - Closed
Image courtesy of the artist.