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CLOT Magazine highlights & recommendations: MARCH 2023

LuYang Vibratory Field, Kunsthalle Basel (2023). Exhibition view. Photo Credit: Philipp Hänger / Kunsthalle Basel

Exhibitions and events (by Daniela Silva)

Distant Lights by Nuno Cera, MAAT Lisbon, until 14 March 2023

A solo exhibition by the Portuguese artist Nuno Cera, this is a thought-provoking and visually stunning exhibition that explores the themes of light, space, and the human condition. Through his use of light, sound, and colour, Nuno Cera has created a dreamlike world that invites visitors to immerse themselves in a world of wonder and enchantment. More info.

Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now, M+ Hong Kong, until 14 May 2023

The exhibition brings together over 60 years of Kusama’s groundbreaking work, including paintings, sculptures, installations, and interactive pieces. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience the full range of Kusama’s imaginative and boundary-pushing work, from her early paintings to her latest large-scale installations. Kusama’s work is renowned for its use of repetitive patterns, bold colours, and polka dots, and the exhibition provides an in-depth look at the evolution of her distinctive style over the course of her long and illustrious career. More info.

LuYang Vibratory Field, Kunsthalle Basel, until 21 May 2023

An immersive multimedia exhibition that showcases the work of Chinese artist LuYang. The exhibition features a range of interactive installations, digital animations, and immersive environments that explore the intersection of science, technology, and art. LuYang’s work range between innovative and boundary-pushing work, including pieces that incorporate cutting-edge technology, such as virtual reality and 3D printing. More info.

Parall(elles) A History of Women in Design, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, until 28 May 2023

The exhibition is a celebration of female designers who have made a significant impact in their respective industries and highlights the often-overlooked contributions of women to design history. Through a curated selection of objects, photographs, and archival materials, the exhibition showcases the diverse range of styles, techniques, and perspectives that female designers have brought to the field. More info.

Feeling Her Way by Sonia Boyce, Turner Contemporary, Margate, until 8th May 2023

A solo exhibition of work by artist, architect, and environmental activist Maya Lin. Nature Knows No Boundaries brings together new and recent installations and sculptures. The artist’s first solo show in Korea focuses on Lin’s longstanding artistic investigations of water and her ongoing environmental activism. It features several of her sculptural, topographical studies of rivers; meditations on how natural resources defy and transcend human constructs—namely, imposed borders separating nations and states. More info.

On our playlist (by Ania Mokrzycka)

Tongue DepressorBones for Time, Worried Songs 2023 (info)

AGF / Harrga / Lafawndah & Trustfall / Chino Amobi / Savvas MetaxasFuture Chorus, Hypermedium 2023 (info)

Flora Yin-Wong, Susu Laroche
Doyenne 001, Modern Obscure Music 2022 (info)

Pan Dajing Tissues, PAN 2022 (info)

Toxe – The Story of Leonora (OST), PAN 2023 (info)

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