The Ocean We Inhabit
Curated by Manuela Reyes

April 28, 2016 7:30 – 10:00 pm
National Aquarium, 501 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202
With work by Joan Jonas, Pablo Helguera, Martha Raquel Herrera, and Bernardo Rosa.

The Ocean We Inhabit will be the inaugural exhibition of PlanetArt Fund, a non-profit organization that will advocate environmental awareness and change. It will consist of a multisensory experience at the National Aquarium in Baltimore creating a tribute to our oceans through dance, video, narrative performance, and sound art. The exhibition will feature a video art projection by the pioneer of performance and video art, Joan Jonas, the U.S Representative of the 56th Venice Biennale, 2015. Socially engaged Mexican artist Pablo Helguera will create a site-specific narrative performance, and Portuguese composer Bernardo Rosa will create a sound art piece. Colombian-Italian dance therapist and architect Martha Raquel Herrera will lead a workshop where the children of Baltimore will create their own extemporaneous dance. The exhibition will be converted into a documentary, which will travel to other museums and aquarium venues.
 
The Ocean We Inhabit is presented as part of a festival of final projects curated by the inaugural class of SVA MA Curatorial Practice.

Sponsored by PlanetArt Fund
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