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NOWNESS | Audemars Piguet | Anatomy of an Artist : Aleksandra Domanović

Anatomy of an Artist: Aleksandra Domanović

The artist's research-based installation offers a new reflection on seeing and perceiving

Berlin-based artist Aleksandra Domanović has been exploring technology, history, and identity in sculptures, videos, and digital artworks for over a decade. Her research-based practice was on full display in 'Becoming Another' (2021), Audemars Piguet Contemporary's first artwork commission presented in the German capital, which opened during the autumn edition of Gallery Weekend Berlin.

The commission enabled Domanović to take her ongoing research into medical imaging and create her first large-scale site-specific work that proffers a visual distinction between seeing and perceiving. Born in former Yugoslavia, the artist became familiar with ultrasound technology at an early age (her mother was a radiologist). However it was not until years later, after reading a book by feminist quantum physicist Karen Barad titled 'Meeting the Universe Halfway', that she began to fully incorporate ultrasound technology, both its subject matter and concept, into her work.


Mesnographies


Land Forms | Menotrentuno


CLAN MAGAZINE | Stand By Me | Issue 03


The Modern House | Issue 03 | Studio Small


The Modern House 03 | Launch Party Exhibition | Studio Small

Thursday October 7th 2021

We will be bringing some of the stories in the issue to life on the night, with a photography exhibition of Catherine Hyland’s landscapes exploring identity and place in the UK, a showcase of quilts made by Arrange Whatever Pieces Come Your Way, and scents from Cremate London. Plus, Max Rocha's Café Cecilia will be serving canapés, and our bar menu has been specially put together by our friends at Top Cuvée.

The Modern House
St. Alphege Hall, King's Bench St
London SE1 0QX


Inaugural exhibition | Musée départemental Albert-Kahn

Autour du Monde

La traversée des images, d’Albert Kahn à Curiosity

Boulogne-Billancourt, France, November 2021 to July 2022.


PATEK PHILIPPE | Born From Sea Foam | Film Installation


SUITCASE | Volume 34 | Revival | Nevis, West Indies


NOWNESS ASIA | Picks | SUMOS


Royal Photographic Society | International Photography Exhibition 163 | Born From Sea Foam | Shortlist Announced


PATEK PHILIPPE | Once Upon A Time In Farafra | Volume IV Number 10


POWER STRUCTURES | London Festival of Architecture | Bermondsey Project Space

Glasgow

Many Studios

5th–6th June 2021

Part of the Architecture Fringe Programme

London

Bermondsey Project Space

22nd–26th June 2021

Part of The London Festival of Architecture

Curated by Francisco Ibáñez Hantke and Luke O’Donovan

‘Power Structures’ focuses on the ways in which socioeconomic and political structures shape the built environment. Featuring both emerging and established artists from around the world, whose work draws upon the changing power dynamics within global society, and the challenges faced as humans strike a balance between care for, and control over, the natural environment. Together the works provide an international perspective on some of the defining issues of our time, and the role that architecture can play in forming the power structures of the future.


Mesnographies

Les Mesnographies du 11 au 26 septembre 2021, dans le parc des Mesnuls 78490.


LUXX TIMES | Nikki Tibbles


TELEGRAPH | Frank Gardner


RIPOSTE | The Traces Left Behind | JOY! Issue


WIRED | At The End Of The Earth | Hilde Fålun Strøm & Sunniva Sorby


SUITCASE | BELVEDERE | A Beautiful View | Vol. 33 Collective Issue


FOCAL POINT GALLERY | 30th Anniversary Tea Towel

Focal Point Gallery (FPG) is celebrating its 30th anniversary year. Since 1990, the gallery has presented a critically acclaimed programme of local, national and international artists. In a light-hearted acknowledegment to each individual, FPG invited every artist who has worked with them to contribute a self-portrait for a commemorative tea towel. Many responded and the gallery is delighted to be launching Edition #100 of FPG’s celebrated Printed Matter collection.

https://www.fpg.org.uk/