Seventy Thousand Curtains Collaborative Work by Open5/5baz
“5baz” is a group of environmental artists working in Iran. It means “Open5” in English. They travel in different cities and use natural elements for making art in the environments.
“CloudWalk” Collaboration with Astrid Kaemmerling
The CloudWalk is a performative walk through the landscape of the Marin Headlands. Together with the artists, participants are invited to think about our changing relationship to clouds as we transition between landscapes and technoscapes. Historically, clouds have provided water and were a symbol of air, and more recently clouds have come to symbolize data transfer and global knowledge streams. Chase clouds together and elaborate on their role in the natural landscape and our daily lives. Be prepared to become clouds yourselves and to transition between discussions about the natural environment and the landscape of data flows while connecting together in meaningful new ways.
Navigating a Body 2016, collaboration with Annie Albagli
Death, Sacred Serenity, collaboration with Takako Matoba
Enact is a collaboration with Christopher Squier, Lorenzo Cardim, Minoosh Zomorodinia and Marissa Bergmann at Embark Gallery
Collaboration with Takako Matoba. Thank to Simón García-Miñaúr and Matt Shapiro for documenting the performance at Swell Gallery.
Behind-the-Scenes of ACCELERATED SENSATION by Minoosh Zomorodinia.
© 2016 Skye John Bennett & Minoosh Zomorodinia. All rights reserved.
BeLong Show, Diego Riviera Gallery, San Franciso, CA
Collaboration with Dio Chen, Santiago Insignares, Nathalie Brilliant, Minoosh Zomorodina
The word BeLong births a duality of terms that insinuate a passage from one space to another. Martin Heidegger writes of this duality: “When I go towards the door of the lecture hall, I am already there, and I could not go to it at all if I were not such that I am there. I am never here only, as this encapsulated body; rather, I am there, that is, I already pervade the space of the room, and only thus can I go through it.”