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THE WAY THINGS ARE WORKSHOPS : MESA X KARANJIT PANESAR
Dec 14, 2018 7:00pm - 10:00pm talk/event
Mesa, led by artist Inęs Neto dos Santos, collaborates with artist Karanjit Panesar as part of his exhibition THE WAY THINGS ARE.
 
The collaboration will take shape of an immersive dinner, held around and within Panesar's installation. The menu and context will draw from the exhibition's themes and aesthetics, interpreting them through flavours, textures and colours, inviting guests to interact with and discuss the work through the medium of food.
 
Mesa is a project founded by dos Santos which challenges our encounters with art and creates platforms for creative conversation. It exists in the form of various eating experiences, every time in collaboration with a different artist, whose work serves as inspiration for the menu. The project explores food as a global language, seeing it as a catalyst for discussion and new connections.
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Click to enlargeRE-FIGURE-GROUND
Jan 19 - Mar 16, 2019
arebyte Gallery is please to present RE-FIGURE-GROUND, a group exhibition guest curated by Kelani Nichole of TRANSFER gallery NYC.
 
Featuring works by Morehshin Allahyari, LaTurbo Avedon, Snow Yunxue Fu, Carla Gannis, Claudia Hart, Lorna Mills, Eva Papamargariti, Pussykrew, Sabrina Ratté, Amina Ross, and Alan Warburton, RE-FIGURE-GROUND explores myth, identity, and the body. It proposes a softening – opening up an alternative view to the ideologies of Silicon Valley. Virtual space is inhabited with queer bodies; the boundaries of technology and the body are blurred, as are the lines between author, image, and algorithm. The artists unapologetically disrupt normative cultural production, demonstrating what it means to inhabit this infinitely malleable world.
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SWAMP PROTOCOL : GUEST CURATED BY MOST DISMAL SWAMP
Mar 28 - Apr 16, 2019
arebyte Gallery is pleased to present Swamp Protocol, a protean compression of data by 18 artists working across digital media, installation, performance, machine learning, music, film and poetry

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