2 June - 30 July
Nicoletti are delighted to present total climate part 1: the infinitesimal and the mobile, the first chapter of a three-part exhibition reflecting upon the relationship between colonial history and ecology.
Inspired by a range of discourses exploring the links between social inequality and environmental destruction, total climate presents the work of artists whose practices conjure the interwovenness of natural and historical processes, exposing the way in which natural exploitation, cultural domination and territorial possession are often part of the same imperial gesture.
In part 1: the infinitesimal and the mobile, we begin investigating the nature and effects of this entanglement through a material approach to the environment. Featuring works by Mercedes Azpilicueta, Gaëlle Choisne, Evan Ifekoya, Paul Maheke, Josèfa Ntjam and Daniela Ortiz, the exhibition focuses on processes occurring at a molecular level, examining how the most tenuous and volatile elements evolving beyond our visible spectrum condition reality as we experience it.
Thursday 2nd June
5 – 8:30pm
9 – 1 am
The opening will be followed by a party at The Glove That Fits from 9 to 1 am, with a DJ set by Tatyana Jane and an exhibition of prints by Josèfa Ntjam. Free entry but limited capacity so please, RSVP at email@example.com.