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   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall        Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

 

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall        Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor    

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

 

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

 

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall        Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor    

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

 

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

 

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

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From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

 

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

 

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

 

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

 

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

 

From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view) 

Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall

Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism

This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.

http://www.tamuseum.org.il

curated by: Ruthi Direktor

   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall        Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall        Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor    
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016     Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall        Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor    
   From the series ''Africana,'' 2016 (installation view)        Tel Aviv Museum Of Art      Mixed technique, inkjet print and paint on wall     Regarding Africa: Contemporary Art and Afro-Futurism    This large-scale group exhibition presents art being made today in, or about, Africa, from an Afro-futurist perspective that challenges traditional divisions: fantasy, imagination and cosmology, usually associated with past mythology, are incarnated into science fiction and futurist representation. The various narratives span between colonialism and its ramifications to a re-examination of the African body, landscape and culture—through utterances that shatter the usual distinction between truth and fiction, between myth and science, between technology and spirituality.  http://www.tamuseum.org.il   curated by: Ruthi Direktor
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