enorê is a multimedia Brazilian artist currently based in London. Their work revolves around the fluidity of digital media into physicality and back, the modes of translation that arise from these dynamics and how these relate to ways in which the body processes information. Using digital objects, 3D scanned data and code they model, distort and bring into physical existence elements which can only be mediated through digital technology, re-contextualising them into a new relationship with the body, before sending them back into digitality.
enorê, holding death close (manteniendo cerca a la muerte), fase 1. Cortesia de la artista.
Inin Niwe y el mundo puro de los eres eternos
Centro Cultural Inca Garcilaso
24 November - 13 February 2023
Ecologias do Bem Viver – ELÃ 2022
Galpão Bela Maré
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
22 October - 10 December 2022
Jonathas de Andrade: O rebote do bote
São Paulo, Brazil
24 September - 28 February 2023
Kòrsou – Curaçao
The Hague, Netherlands
16 December - 20 November 2022
Talks / Workshops
Métodos, Práticas e Maneiras de se pensar Arte e Acervo Indígena
São Paulo, Brazil
18 November -
13ª Bienal do Mercosul
Diversos espaços expositivos
Porto Alegre, Brazil
15 September - 20 November 2022
Jota Mombaça: The Sinking Ship/Properity
San Francisco, United States
27 October - 28 January 2023
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
12 November - 22 February 2023
La Habana, Cuba
21 July - 21 August 2022
15 September - 22 October 2022
10 November - 10 December 2022
El primer cuerpo es el territorio
06 October - 11 November 2022
In Conversation with Denilson Baniwa
“A Cell Phone or a Laptop Doesn’t Make You Less Indigenous”
The Brazilian artist Denilson Baniwa talks about how his oeuvre connects indigenous culture with urban contemporary art.
Corredor Afro, Puerto Rico
Taking Control of Your Own Story
A new art space in Loíza, Puerto Rico, establishes creative links between the African Diaspora and Africa. A conversation with Marta Moreno Vega, one of its founders.
Raquel van Haver – Spirits of the Soil
The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam shows murals that emerge from the artist's experiences with marginalized communities around the world.
Installation View: Instituto de Artivismo Hannah Arendt (INSTAR)
INSTAR collective presents Operational Factography (2022), a counter-narrative of Cuban cultural history installed in Kassel.
In Conversation with Moisés Patrício
“Fascism is a ghost who keeps on haunting us”
Brazilian artist Moisés Patrício talks about his career, filled with international travel “after 400 years of imprisonment in Brazil”.
Installation View #museumshutdown
Mexican Muralists in the United States, Whitney Museum
The Whitney Museum in New York rediscovers Mexican muralists and their influence on 20th century American art.
Minerva Cuevas – No Room To Play
The Mexican artist questions the construction of political roles and the significance of the public space.
The World's Game
Football and Contemporary Art
Football is more than a game. Various contemporary artists have fiercely explored the dark sides of this global passion.
In Conversation With Leonor Espinosa
Transformation Between Art And Cuisine
The Colombian chef, artist and activist portrays the memory and the customs of marginalized communities in the Colombian Pacific.