Taus Makhacheva in the main project of the 4th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art
July 10, 2017
All industrial revolutions transform our relation to space and time, as well as work and play. Today most of us walk around every day with an immense archive of images in our pockets; the changing nature of work, and the movement of the body, both individual and collective, defines a kind of choreography; language is adapting once again to this new revolution. The 4th Ural Biennal will explore this through its themes of “image as witness, the choreographies of capital,” and “the persistence of the word”, – João Ribas, curator of the main project of the 4th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art.