Pluriversal Worlds in a Grain of Sand: Zebra, Ghent, Belgium
Pluriversal Worlds in a Grain of Sand presents a third space where people from around the world (Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas) meet and interact. Art meets science, creativity meets philosophy, crossing boundaries, promoting interconnectedness and inventiveness across time and space.
Pluriversal: We support pluriversality, the coexistence of different knowledge systems, instead of universality. When different knowledge systems meet and interact all will be enriched.
The World in a Grain of Sand: All things are interconnected: humans, animals, trees and plants, oceans, skies, earth, time, space, contemporaneity, and tradition, and present, past, and future.
The exhibition presents artists exploring interconnectedness and holistic aesthetics, decoloniality and pluriversality.
Participating Artists: Tomahawk Greyeyes, Lin Yao-kai, Jeanne Boden, Linh Vu, Le Phi Long, Rolf A. Kluenter, Maureen C Duru, Chip Thomas, Bernaded Dexters, Luc De Roeck, Hanne Deneire, Shaandiin Tome, Rayka Zehtabchi, Camiel Van Breedam.
Curated by: Jeanne Boden, Rik Pinxten