Beyond Limits: Postglobal Mediation

4 OCT. 2014 – 16 NOV. 2014
Opening: SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 2014 6 – 8pm
San Diego Art Institute, CA, USA

Miho Shimizu & Oyvind Renberg (Danger Museum) will be participating in the exhibition Beyond Limits: Postglobal Mediations, curated by Ginger Shulick and Denise Carvalho. We will show three videos: Free Townswoman (Berlin), Seeing Double (Tokyo) and Double Trouble, a new puppet themed piece made especially for the show.

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The San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) is pleased to present “Beyond Limits: Postglobal Mediations” opening at our gallery space in Balboa Park. This exhibition will explore the boundless confluence between art, life, and technology in a post-global society.

Curated by SDAI Executive Director Ginger Shulick Porcella and Brazilian curator Denise Carvalho, this exhibition will demonstrate that the future of the arts lies on a borderless, multidimensional circuit of experimentation. Featuring both local and international artists, “Beyond Limits” will bypass all borders that create hierarchies or limit the exchange of ideas. The exhibition will run through November 15, 2014 and will feature a series of lectures, performances, and video screenings.

“Beyond Limits” is an exhibition in which artists have envisioned a world without boundaries—whether physical, racial, technological, or psychological. “Beyond Limits” will bypass all national representations and increase the focus on a multinational, multicultural, multi-identity, multimedia, and multi-language based society. This exhibition is held in tandem with the international Mediational Biennale, occurring in parallel exhibitions in distinct international venues and museums including the Mediations Biennale in Poznan, Poland; Museo de la Ciudad, urugual; Petah Tikva Museum in Israel; MareArticum—Baltic Contemporary Art Biennale, Nakanajo Biennale, Japan; and the Kunsthall Fuast in Hanover, Germany.

Participating Artists: Hector Canonge, Anibal Catalan, Charlie Citron, Cesar Cornejo, Einar & Jamex de la Torre, Blane de St. Croix, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Ira Eduardovna, Glenda & Jesse Drew, Angela Freiberger, Marlon Griffith, Pablo Helguera, Debby & Larry Kline, Arun Kumar, JaeWook Lee, Mary Mattingly, Saul Melman, Yunmi Her, Oyvind Renberg & Miho Shimizu, Margaret Noble, Don Porcella, Mei Xian Qiu, Jose Hugo Sanchez, Zachary Royer Scholz, Adriana Varella, Alex Villar

Supported by
Nomura Foundation