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'Sperms Going to a Fashion Show' by Marlie Mul at Croy Nielsen, Vienna

'Frail Scribe' by Trevor Bourke at Elysian Hydraulics, Ogden

'Any Given Time' by Bea Parsons at Franz Kaka, Toronto

'Meow Moon', Group Show Curated in collaboration with Nave at Rudimento, Quito

'Quickening', Group Show at Smart Objects, Los Angeles

'MAJOR' by Josip Novosel at Stadium, Berlin

'MOUTHLESS Part I' by Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė: 'In Greek and Roman mythology, the Mouthless - Astomi, also known as the Gangines, are an ancient legendary group of people who had no need to eat or drink anything at all. They survived by smelling apples and flowers. Megasthenes (and later Pliny the Elder quoting Megasthenes) mentioned these people in his Indica. Megasthenes located them at the mouth of the river Ganges. In his description, they had rough and hairy bodies and no mouths. When traveling, they would carry roots, flowers and apples to smell. More…

'Process' by Vanya Venmer at Plague Space, Krasnodar

'Active cycles of constant expansions' by Facundo Jesus Lugea at Nighttimestory,

'Automatic Wag', Off-Sete Group Show Curated by Joe Greer in Mafera Dog Park

'Coagulation' by Jack Ryan at Baader-Meinhof, Omaha

'only only makes sense if there’s nothing else' by Taka Kono at darkZone, New Jer

'CHERNOBYL PAPERS' by New Scenario, an online group exhibition inside the core zo

SADYRIA brings a special ecology of mixing, or sinkhology, in which many scraps of time and space meet together on the turns of karst formations. The sinkhole is not just a natural phenomenon, but a complex ecological node of relations. As long as we view the worlds of others as parallel to us, the concept of ecology has no power. It becomes so only when we are aware of our presence within karst relationships—when any parallelism is lost and there are so many differences and these differences are so intermingled that nothing can be separated from each other. More…

'Grind' by Genevieve Goffman at Money Gallery, Saint-Petersburg

'Safety in Numbers (SIN)' by Michael Dikta & Philip Markert at Am Ende des Tages,

'Diluvial Valleys' by Anastasia Sosunova at Swallow, Vilnius

'Field of Flowers' by Anna Taganzeva-Kobzeva at Fabula Gallery, Moscow

'WEBWAY' by Jennifer Mathews and Mia Middleton at Haydens Gallery, Melbourne

'Body Without Organs
' by Matt Smoak at BAD WATER, Knoxville

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