Park Chan-kyong and Lina Selander 14 January – 21 March 2015, Iniva First UK solo presentations of their work, curated by Binna Choi and Lisa Rosendahl
Iniva presents Issa Samb: From the ethics of Acting to the Empire Without Signs, an exhibition curated by Koyo Kouoh, (Raw Material Company, Dakar) at Rivington Place.
Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory New Habits, inaugural exhibition at Casco’s new space 1 May–13 July 2014 Opening: 1 May, starting at 18:00 hrs Opening festival: Every Mode of Doing Needs Commons: An Uncommon Festival of the Common(s), 1–3 May, www.commoningtimes.org Ongoing: www.bioswop.net
Writer and curator Osei Bonsu conducts a guided tour of Issa Samb's exhibition at Iniva and discusses Samb's involvement in Laboratoire Agit'Art and other themes related to Samb's practice.
A talk placing Issa Samb's work in the context of Laboratoire Agit’Art and other African art collectives, exploring the situations and politics that motivated them.
About the speakers:
Iniva's first public presentation of work as part of Practice International is the first solo exhibition in the UK by Issa Samb, the Senegalese artist and member of Agit'Art in Dakar, curated by Koyo Kouoh of Raw Material Company. Samb has made a new installation referencing the changing environment of his atelier, as well as his unique collaboration with French artist Jean Michel Bruyère.
Issa Samb gave a special performance as part of the opening night of Issa Samb: From the Ethics of Acting to the Empire Without Signs.
A unique collaboration between artists Anna Boghiguian and Goshka Macuga centered on the work of the poet and polymath Rabindranath Tagore.