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‘When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars’ at Trapholt Museum in Denmark

In the exhibition, When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars , curated by N’Goné Fall , 12 international artists offer the commentaries to a world community in which everything falls apart.

Pascale Marthine Tayou 'Things fall apart', 2014. Installation view 'When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

In the exhibition, When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars , curated by N’Goné Fall , 12 international artists offer the commentaries to a world community in which everything falls apart.

When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars is a metaphor of Nigerian author Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart from 1958.

Participating artists: Nidaa Badwan, Rehema Chachage, Tiffany Chung, Arahmaiani Feisal, Regina José Galindo, Milumbe Haimbe, Wambui Kamiru, Dinh Q. Lê, Babirye Leilah, Zen Marie, Thái Tuấn Nguyễn, Pascale Marthine Tayou.

Download the catalouge here: When things fall apart catalogue

Chung & Nguyen

(left) Tiffany Chung ‘Scratching the walls of memory’, 2010, (right) Thái Tuấn Nguyễn, ‘Untitled’ – Installation view ‘When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Tiffany Chung

Tiffany Chung ‘Scratching the walls of memory’, 2010 – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Nidaa Badwan

Nidaa Badwan ‘One hundred days of solitude’, 2014 – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Ananiya the Revolutionist

Milumbe Haimbe ‘Ananiya the Revolutionist’ 2013 – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Dinh Q. Lê

Dinh Q. Lê , ‘Erasure’ 2011, – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Zen Marie

Zen Marie ‘The Perfect Leader’, 2009 – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum

Wambui Kamiru

Wambui Kamiru, Harambee63, 2013 – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Babirye, Wambui, Rehema

from left to right: Rehema Chachage ‘The Flower’, 2014; Wambui Kamiru ‘Harambee63’ and sculptures by Babirye Leilah. – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

Arahmaiani Feisal

Arahmaiani Feisal ‘Do not prevent the fertility of the mind’. 1997 – 2014 – Installation view ‚When things fall apart: Critical voices on the radars‘ at Trapholt Museum,

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The exhibition is on view until 23 October 2016 at Trapholt Museum, Kolding, Denmark.

 

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