Exhibition: How to Look at Natures? – Art and the Capitalocene

How to Look at Natures? – Art and the Capitalocene
13.04. . 05.05. 2023
Prsten Gallery
Curators: Ivana Filip, Suzama Marjanić

Exhibition opening: Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 7pm

Artists: Maša Bajc, Alex Brajković, Nikolina Butorac, Tanja Dabo, Charlotte Dumas, Darko Fritz, Igor Grubić, Nenad Jalšovec, Lisa Jevbratt, Gustafsson & Haapoja, Olga F. Koroleva, Zvjezdana Jembrih, Alen Novoselec, Erez Nevi Pana, Olly & Suzi, Kira O’Reilly, Ivana Ožetski, Ana Ratković Sobota, Davor Sanvincenti, Nives Sertić, Pinar Yoldas, Vjeran Vukašinović, Otchuda Say.

The exhibition programme How to See Natures? – Art and the Capitalocene documents visual practice, and its responses to possible green initiatives that can detect the consequences of the Anthropocene and Capitalocene, which treat Nature only as a resource. Perhaps it suffices to remind us of the fact that merely a hundred years ago all our food was organic, and today we buy it in specialized stores of neoliberal market capital. Or that the original economic system was based on the gift economy, and not on market predation that leads to global Geocide and apocalyptic climate changes that threaten the sixth extinction, as warned by Elizabeth Kolbert, for example.

The works exhibited in this collective green exhibition talk about relationships with Others (non-humans), those whose voice is different from the human one, such as all the Natures – Animals, Plants, Twigs, Sun, Seas, Oceans, Waters, Paths, Forests, Flowers, Stones, all those that are neglected and vulnerable in the anthropocentric image of supposed progress. The idea behind the exhibition is to show all that makes a human being a fascinating and inexhaustible source of discoveries and creations, which is created in co-creation with Others.

How to Look at Natures – Art and the Capitalocene



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