Thursday 30 November 2017 - Sunday 4 February, 2018.
The Economy of Living Things features work by four international artists – Ali Cherri, Steffani Jemison, Jumana Manna and Oscar Murillo – who draw on the visual arts, archaeology, music and literature to draw up an alternative map of modern migrations. The final part of the Satellite programme 10, the exhibition is concerned with the continual flow of people, plants, animals, artefacts and cultural products found in everyday life. It takes as its point of departure the recording of lived experience and the state of human progress in the twenty-first century. The artists frame their own subjectivity through the lens of the present while exploring deepening relationships between memory and fiction, communities and civilizations, the dead and the living.