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Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Songs for living, 2021

Let The Song Hold Us

Korakrit Arunanondchai, Zinzi Minott, Larissa Sansour & Søren Lind, Ebun Sodipo, Rae-Yen Song.

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Part of the Radical Ancestry season

Let the Song Hold Us is a powerful new exhibition that explores how songs and stories shape our shared histories as they pass through generations and places.

It features artworks exploring families and collective identities. Rae-Yen Song’s vibrant sculptures bring to life ancestral rituals through performances and augmented reality. Sansour and Lind’s opera mourns the loss of love and homeland, while Arunanondchai’s film finds hope from the ashes. Minott’s works pay homage to the Windrush generation and Sodipo centres Black and trans voices to create a new archive of stars.

More information coming soon.

Header image: Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Songs for living (2021). Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich. Courtesy of the artists, Bangkok CityCity Gallery, Bangkok, Carlos/Ishikawa, London, C L E A R I N G New York/Brussels, Kukje Gallery, South Korea.

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