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2.0: Jorinde Voigt & Xiyadie at P21, Seoul

Xiyadie, Joy, 1999. Courtesy the artist and P21

2.0 is an exhibition that explores the physical and theoretical potential of paper. German artist Jorinde Voigt and Chinese artist Xiyadie’s works delve into the transformative power of the medium, transcending its two-dimensional nature to narrate tales of fragility and rebellion.

Open until 6 April 2024

In conversation with Sarah Cunningham, Andrew Pierre Hart and Tim Stoner at Lisson Gallery, London

Andrew Pierre Hart, He says activation @ 8.1 surround” – Bio Musicology, 2023. © Andrew Pierre Hart. Courtesy of Lisson Gallery

On the occasion of the group exhibition, Accordion Fields, Lisson Gallery hosts a conversation between artists Sarah Cunningham, Tim Stoner, and Andrew Pierre Hart — who SC recently interviewed — moderated by art critic and writer, Hettie Judah. RSVP is recommended:

20 March 2024 (6–7.30pm)

Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940

Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940

On the centennial anniversary of André Breton’s first Surrealist Manifesto, Surrealism and Us shines new light on how Surrealism was consumed and transformed in the Caribbean and the US. The book brings together more than 50 works from the 1940s to the present.

Assembly at Somerset House, London

Still from Josh Woolford’s Molten Form: Assumed Identity 01. Videography by SINIŠA

Somerset House Studios’ experimental sound, music, and performance series, Assembly, returns for the first time in four years. Featuring a series of brand-new commissions — including artist Prem Sahib’s work, Alleus — Assembly puts sound in dialogue with other artistic disciplines and experiments with form. Buy tickets here.

20–23 March 2024

ICYMI: The World’s Best Listening Bars

Matiz. Photo by Tinko Czetwertynski / @tinkaud

From São Paolo to Capetown, via Tokyo, here are six of the best places for audiophiles across the world right now. Read more here.

Apropos of St Patrick’s Day Having Come Over the Weekend 

A throwback to the best drinks advert of all time. Surfer by Jonathan Glazer, 1999.

Feature image: Xiyadie, Joy, 1997. Courtesy the artist and P21

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