Museum of Nonhumanity will open its doors in two locations in Europe in the summer of 2017.
The Museum will be open as part of Momentum Biennale, Norway, 16.6. – 11.10. 2017. Momentum Biennale is one of Scandinavia’s most well known contemporary art events. The biennale is located in the city of Moss, 1 hour from Oslo. The 2017 biennale, titled Alienation, is curated by Ilari Laamanen, Ulrika Flink, Gunhild Moe, Jacob Lillemose and Jón B.K. Ransu, and features over 30 works by international artists, including Wael Shawky, Patricia Piccinini, H. R. Giger, Pinar Yoldas and Jenna Sutela.
In Italy, Museum of Nonhumanity occupies the city of Santarcangelo’s main cinema from 23.6. to 16.7. as part of Santarcangelo Festival. The festival is one of Europe’s oldest and most respected contemporary performance events, and it is curated by the new artistic director Eva Neklyaeva. During Santarcangelo Festival 7-16. July the Museum will host a series of lectures and other programme, dedicated to intersectional feminism, transgender rights and post humanist ethics.
Read more from Museum of Nonhumanity project website