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Videos from LA Art Show 2022

Palm Beach Show Group has published a number of videos from LA Art Show 2022 where “The End of the World as we know it” was screened in the video program “Memory of the Future?” in the collaborative installation “Memorial To The Future”.


There are more videos from the show at https://vimeo.com/palmbeachshowgroup

LA Art Documents published this nice presentation of the project:

The Climate Change Memorial 2022

The “Memory of the Future?” video art program including “The End of the World as we know it” is now added to The Climate Change Memorial 2022, you can watch the full program online in Alphabet Art Centre.

Climate Change Memorial 2022

Photos from LA Art Show 2022

Photos from LA Art Show 2022 where “The End of the World as we know it” was screened in the video program “Memory of the Future?” in the collaborative installation “Memorial To The Future”.

Memorial To The Future
Memorial To The Future, Memory of the Future, LA Art Show 2022
Memorial To The Future, Memory of the Future, LA Art Show 2022

Photos Daniela Soberman

Carbon – Borders – Voices online exhibition

The Carbon – Borders – Voices exhibition is now online with the first 40+ works at www.carbon-borders-voices.com. Simultaneously, they will publish work of two contributors each day on their Instagram @carbon.borders.voices.

Carbon – Borders – Voices is an interdisciplinary exhibition involving research and practice focusing on places of transition on coasts and borders within the context of climate crisis. “The End of the World as we know it” is included in the exhibition.

LA Art Show 2022

LA Art Show 2022 is taking place right now at LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, USA. “The End of the World as we know it” is screened in the video program “Memory of the Future?”, curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, in the collaborative installation “Memorial To The Future”.

Memorial To The Future, LA Art Show 2022

“Memorial To The Future”, photo from Instagram @kat_carson

The large-scale sculptural object created by Daniela Soberman, which houses the video components and open-source photographic elements, is curated and co-authored by Max Presneill of the Torrance Art Museum. Video art curators Wilfried Agricola de Cologne and Kisito Assangni both contribute a video program each, of international video artists, as part of this architectural installation engaging with issues of environmental health and climate change. Sue-Na Gay, TAM Assistant Curator supplied the open source photographic images used in the installation.

Read Torrance Art Museum’s presentation of “Memorial To The Future”