BAK and Valiz proudly present Future Publics (The Rest Can and Should Be Done by the People): A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art. For more information about the book, please see here.
On view at BAK till 29 November 2015 the exhibition Forest Law, in which work by Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares is presented. Swiss video researcher and
artist Ursula Biemann has long
been interested in the ecologies and uneven distribution of the Earth’s
resources, peoples, and information. For this exhibition she is joined by Paulo
Tavares, a Brazilian architect and urbanist who studies the politics of space
and indigenous resistance in the Amazon, in the collaborative production of Forest
Law (2014), a two-channel video-installation and photo-text assemblage. The exhibition also includes the works by Biemann, Deep Weather (2013) and Subatlantic (2015).
In 2015 BAK prolongs its research program Future Vocabularies (2014–2016) and focusses on its chapter Human-Inhuman-Posthuman, which is developed in dialogue with BAK Research Fellow Professor Rosi Braidotti and organized in collaboration with the Centre for the Humanities, Utrecht University, Utrecht. More information can be found here.