Curator: Jet Pascua
Marsil Andjelov Al-Mahamid
In "Beyond Horizons," we invite you to embark on a multifaceted exploration of landscape, transcending traditional perceptions to delve into the intricate interplay between geography, climate change, and political dynamics.
The exhibition unfolds against the backdrop of the collaboration and exchange between Los Angeles based artist collective, Durden & Ray and Small Projects, an artist-run initiative based in Tromsø in the Arctic Circle, a region emblematic of both natural beauty and geopolitical complexities.
Here, landscapes cease to be mere vistas; they become integral players in a narrative that unfolds at the intersection of climate change, border conflicts, and political polarities.
This exhibition challenges us to broaden our understanding of landscape beyond the picturesque, encouraging a nuanced appreciation of its role as a dynamic force that connects us all. "Beyond Horizons" beckons us to engage with landscapes not as passive observers but as active participants in the unfolding drama of our shared planet, urging us to contemplate the intricate relationships between location, climate change, border conflict, and political polarities that shape the landscapes we inhabit and, in turn, are shaped by.
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