Beyond the End @ Fondation Kadist

Beyond the End is an exhibition dedicated to a research and residency program initiated in 2010 in Tierra del Fuego by curator Camila Marambio. Over the years, the Ensayos residencies have given shape to a dialogue between artists, scientists, local inhabitants and Karukinka Natural Park. Based on the premise that only creative collaboration can efface frontiers in the field of biocultural conservation, Ensayos enacts the complex interdependence of humans, non-humans and matter with the urgency of maturing aesthetic sensibility in the face of scientific discoveries. The work in the exhibition attempts to give form to this multidisciplinary, multispecies research-based project.

Camila Marambio

The exhibition presents the research and residency program “Ensayos”, initiated in 2010 in Tierra del Fuego, Chile, for the first time in an artistic context.
Work-week in Paris at Kadist, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature and Musée d’Histoire Naturelle with: Émilie Hache (philosopher), Geir Tore Holm & Søssa Jørgensen (artists), Fabienne Lasserre (artist), Myriam Lefkowitz (choreographer), Carla Macchiavello (art historian), Camila Marambio (curator), Maria Luisa Murillo (artist), Laura Ogden (anthropologist), Amanda Piña (choreographer), Alfredo Prieto (archeologist), Maria Prieto (urban and biodynamic farmer), Bárbara Saavedra (ecologist), Carolina Saquel (artist), Sofia Ugarte (sociologist) and Christy Gast (artist-in-residence)

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