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Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)2019 [Details]Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
11/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)
2019 [Details]
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)2019 [Details]. Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
09/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)2019 [Details].Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. ...
06/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Colorado River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)2019 [Details]Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte. @re...
03/11/2020

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Teesta River)
2019 [Details]
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

For the month of November, Reena Saini Kallat is hosting our MOCA London web exhibitions.Reena Saini KallatShifting Ecot...
01/11/2020

For the month of November, Reena Saini Kallat is hosting our MOCA London web exhibitions.

Reena Saini Kallat
Shifting Ecotones 2 (The Nile River)
2019 [Details].
Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte.

@reenakallat
@naturemorte_delhi
www.moca.london/we_reenasainikallat

“Through much of my work over the last decade and a half I've explored the border, the territory and the map thinking of how these man-made incisions on the ground decide the fate of citizens on either side of the border and the implications to their lives. While borders are a political construct I've primarily been interested in the psychological, social barriers between people more than the physical borders themselves.”
- Reena Saini Kallat

Shifting Ecotones expands the artist’s meditation on borders by examining lines drawn in and on water, from rivers that form contested national boundaries to borders set over open seas. At such waterscapes claimed by rival nations, territorial assertions merge with conflicts over scarce resources; river water to feed fields and hydropower plants, as well as precious mineral and oil deposits that lie beneath the sea.

The absurdity of national efforts to discipline and claim ever-moving bodies of water is alluded to in the work where the landscape, divided into grids by an unknown hand, appears like a muddled puzzle board with a missing piece.

An ‘ecotone’ is the transition zone between two biomes. Biologists have observed that such zones where two diverge landscapes merge foster greater biological diversity than either of the bordering biomes. Amidst grim visions of division and conflict, the term evokes the positive fertile potential of borderscapes, both natural and cultural.

The last piece by Paul Morrison for October 2020 MOCA London WE Paul MorrisonOchrea2008 Towada Art Center, Japan@paulmor...
31/10/2020

The last piece by Paul Morrison for October 2020
MOCA London WE

Paul Morrison
Ochrea
2008
Towada Art Center, Japan

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison
@towadaartcenter

To see all MOCALONDONWE follow link in bio.

Paul MorrisonHibernaculum2007Bloomberg Space, London@paulmorrisonstudio www.moca.london/we_paulmorrisonTo see all MOCALO...
30/10/2020

Paul Morrison
Hibernaculum
2007
Bloomberg Space, London

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison

To see all MOCALONDONWE follow link in bio.

Paul MorrisonArthrophyton1999Inverleith House, Edinburgh@paulmorrisonstudio www.moca.london/we_paulmorrisonTo see all MO...
28/10/2020

Paul Morrison
Arthrophyton
1999
Inverleith House, Edinburgh

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison

To see all MOCALONDONWE follow link in bio.

Paul MorrisonTroposphere2000 Hammer Museum, Los Angeles@paulmorrisonstudio www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison@hammer_museum...
26/10/2020

Paul Morrison
Troposphere
2000
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison
@hammer_museum

To see all MOCALONDONWE follow link in bio.

Paul MorrisonOxeye2010St John Street, London@paulmorrisonstudio www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison@futurecityblogTo see all...
23/10/2020

Paul Morrison
Oxeye
2010
St John Street, London

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison
@futurecityblog

To see all MOCALONDONWE follow link in bio.

Paul MorrisonLucid Garden201924 carat gold leafThe Norton MuseumWest Palm Beach, USA@paulmorrisonstudio www.moca.london/...
19/10/2020

Paul Morrison
Lucid Garden
2019
24 carat gold leaf
The Norton Museum
West Palm Beach, USA

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison
@nortonmuseumofart

Paul MorrisonHilltop Copse2015, 20 x 7.5macrylic paint directly on wallZentrum Paul Klee, Bern @paulmorrisonstudio www.m...
12/10/2020

Paul Morrison
Hilltop Copse
2015, 20 x 7.5m
acrylic paint directly on wall
Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison

For the month of October, Paul Morrison is hosting our MOCA London web exhibitions.Paul MorrisonGamodeme2006The Contempo...
02/10/2020

For the month of October, Paul Morrison is hosting our MOCA London web exhibitions.

Paul Morrison
Gamodeme
2006
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu

@paulmorrisonstudio
www.moca.london/we_paulmorrison

Thank you Ben Woodeson for the September 2020 MOCA London_WE Ben WoodesonMaybe, Maybe;2020Series of eighty-three digital...
01/10/2020

Thank you Ben Woodeson for the September 2020 MOCA London_WE

Ben Woodeson
Maybe, Maybe;
2020
Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper
185mm x 185mm
@benwoodeson

Please see the images on:
www.moca.london/we_benwoodeson

The last piece for September 2020 MOCA London WE by Ben WoodesonBen WoodesonMaybe, Maybe; kiss2020Series of eighty-three...
30/09/2020

The last piece for September 2020 MOCA London WE by
Ben Woodeson

Ben Woodeson
Maybe, Maybe; kiss
2020
Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper
185mm x 185mm
@benwoodeson

Please see the images on:
www.moca.london/we_benwoodeson

Made specifically for MOCA London, Ben Woodeson’s Maybe, Maybe series continues the artist’s interest in what he terms the #CrucialInstant, moments and situations whereby everyday catalysts have the potential to cause momentous happenings, or alternatively, not…

The works quietly celebrate otherwise banal urban disruptions, eulogizing their individual possibilities. Irrespective of their potential consequences, like natural phenomena, they are neither good or evil, they just are…

The series consists of eighty-three unique images and a concrete poetry video piece developed during the pandemic lockdown of 2020. As work on the series progressed in tandem with the UK’s strict lockdown and social distancing, Ben Woodeson found that even deliveries of mundane cleaning products had the ability to improve the mood of his day. Realizing that post and parcels were all the external stimulation that many people were getting, Woodeson decided to give away an entire iteration of the Maybe, Maybe print series. He raided his contacts list and social media and posted eighty unique prints across the world.

Recipients of the prints have been asked to email the gallery upon receipt, and the arrival order of the emails will set out the composition of the concrete poetry video work to be released in October.

Ben WoodesonMaybe, Maybe; love2020Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper185mm x 185mmMade ...
25/09/2020

Ben Woodeson
Maybe, Maybe; love
2020
Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper
185mm x 185mm

Made specifically for MOCA London, Ben Woodeson’s Maybe, Maybe series continues the artist’s interest in what he terms the #CrucialInstant, moments and situations whereby everyday catalysts have the potential to cause momentous happenings, or alternatively, not…

The works quietly celebrate otherwise banal urban disruptions, eulogizing their individual possibilities. Irrespective of their potential consequences, like natural phenomena, they are neither good or evil, they just are…

The series consists of eighty-three unique images and a concrete poetry video piece developed during the pandemic lockdown of 2020. As work on the series progressed in tandem with the UK’s strict lockdown and social distancing, Ben Woodeson found that even deliveries of mundane cleaning products had the ability to improve the mood of his day. Realizing that post and parcels were all the external stimulation that many people were getting, Woodeson decided to give away an entire iteration of the Maybe, Maybe print series. He raided his contacts list and social media and posted eighty unique prints across the world.

Recipients of the prints have been asked to email the gallery upon receipt, and the arrival order of the emails will set out the composition of the concrete poetry video work to be released mid-September.

@benwoodeson
www.moca.london/we_benwoodeson

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Ben WoodesonMaybe, Maybe; grow2020Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper185mm x 185mmMade ...
23/09/2020

Ben Woodeson
Maybe, Maybe; grow
2020
Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper
185mm x 185mm

Made specifically for MOCA London, Ben Woodeson’s Maybe, Maybe series continues the artist’s interest in what he terms the #CrucialInstant, moments and situations whereby everyday catalysts have the potential to cause momentous happenings, or alternatively, not…

The works quietly celebrate otherwise banal urban disruptions, eulogizing their individual possibilities. Irrespective of their potential consequences, like natural phenomena, they are neither good or evil, they just are…

The series consists of eighty-three unique images and a concrete poetry video piece developed during the pandemic lockdown of 2020. As work on the series progressed in tandem with the UK’s strict lockdown and social distancing, Ben Woodeson found that even deliveries of mundane cleaning products had the ability to improve the mood of his day. Realizing that post and parcels were all the external stimulation that many people were getting, Woodeson decided to give away an entire iteration of the Maybe, Maybe print series. He raided his contacts list and social media and posted eighty unique prints across the world.

Recipients of the prints have been asked to email the gallery upon receipt, and the arrival order of the emails will set out the composition of the concrete poetry video work to be released mid-September.

@benwoodeson
www.moca.london/we_benwoodeson

Ben WoodesonMaybe, Maybe; taste2020Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper185mm x 185mmMade...
21/09/2020

Ben Woodeson
Maybe, Maybe; taste
2020
Series of eighty-three digital prints on acid free matte photo paper
185mm x 185mm

Made specifically for MOCA London, Ben Woodeson’s Maybe, Maybe series continues the artist’s interest in what he terms the #CrucialInstant, moments and situations whereby everyday catalysts have the potential to cause momentous happenings, or alternatively, not…

The works quietly celebrate otherwise banal urban disruptions, eulogizing their individual possibilities. Irrespective of their potential consequences, like natural phenomena, they are neither good or evil, they just are…

The series consists of eighty-three unique images and a concrete poetry video piece developed during the pandemic lockdown of 2020. As work on the series progressed in tandem with the UK’s strict lockdown and social distancing, Ben Woodeson found that even deliveries of mundane cleaning products had the ability to improve the mood of his day. Realizing that post and parcels were all the external stimulation that many people were getting, Woodeson decided to give away an entire iteration of the Maybe, Maybe print series. He raided his contacts list and social media and posted eighty unique prints across the world.

Recipients of the prints have been asked to email the gallery upon receipt, and the arrival order of the emails will set out the composition of the concrete poetry video work to be released mid-September.

@benwoodeson
www.moca.london/we_benwoodeson

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Drawing in my smartphone Samsung A6060 and Adobe Draw all artworks. Enjoy it. All these digital artworks are drawn on my phone with my finger. Here there are 7 but I have more than 200. I am Ojolagrimas in instagram, facebook, tumblr, twitter. You can see my website ojolagrimas.com. I have many printed and framed like a painting. Welcome to the Digital Minimalism of Ojolagrimas. Enjoy it.