‘Perpetual Uncertainty’: exhibition featuring Lise Autogena’s work investigates Art and Radioactivity and opens on 23 February in Malmö
Lise Autogena, Professor of Cross-Disciplinary Art at Sheffield Hallam, will have her work exhibited as part of Perpetual Uncertainty: Art and Radioactivity at Malmö Konstmuseum opening Friday 23 February 2018. The exhibition will be opened by Isabella Lövin, Swedish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for International Development Cooperation.
The exhibition brings together artists from Europe, Japan and the USA to investigate questions of nuclear technology, radiation and the transmission of knowledge over deep time futures. How do we communicate to people 100 000 years from now about the radioactive waste we are leaving behind? Is it even possible to imagine what the world will look like then?
Participating artists: James Acord, Shuji Akagi, Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway, Erich Berger and Mari Keto, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson, Don’t Follow the Wind, Finger Pointing Worker, Dave Griffiths, Isao Hashimoto, Erika Kobayashi, David Mabb, Cécile Massart, Eva and Franco Mattes, Yelena Popova, Susan Schuppli, Shimpei Takeda, Kota Takeuchi, Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead, Suzanne Treister, Andy Weir, Robert Williams and Bryan McGovern Wilson and Ken + Julia Yonetani.
Perpetual Uncertainty is produced by the Bildmuseet in Umeå and curated by Ele Carpenter of Goldsmiths University, London.
Professor Lise Autogena is an artist and a Professor of Cross-Disciplinary Art at the Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University. Find out more about her work here.