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Ariel Guzik

Country: Mexico

Ariel Guzik (Mexico) is a multidisciplinary artist who designs and engineers mechanisms and instruments which engage with and tap into the languages of nature, specifically cetaceans (whales and dolphins). His projects explore the phenomenon of natural resonance and its use in the natural world. Guzik’s work is shown around the world. He represented Mexico at the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013 and at the Edinburgh International Art Festival in 2015.



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Virtual Tour: And Say the Animal Responded?

Explore a virtual tour of our timely exhibition, Any Say the Animal Responded? As we emerge from the isolation of Covid-19 and refocus our attention on a rapidly changing climate, this exhibition creates a space for the voice of the animal that we have gained a greater awareness of during this time.


Ariel Guzik The Nereida Capsule 2007 and Kuai Shen Ohm1gas 2012 Image by Rob Battersby Installation view at FACT