Susan Kleinberg






 

New piece  “Exquisite Vicissitudes”.... 


Medusa population exploding in acidifying crystalline sea...




HELIX  -  Venice Biennale 2019


HELIX, a video piece deriving from our most elemental sources, 
plays on a continuous loop, glowing deep carnelian. 

The piece was developed with the scientific team of the Louvre, 
looking profoundly through a great deal of diverse organic material.  
A connectivity of imagery emerged, a thread of curious, 
disconcerting beauty in the tracing of what we are composed.  
HELIX nudges perspective to the limit, far past delineation or boundaries.  

It was shown during the 2019 Venice Biennale,
and in an earlier form in Palermo, during Manifesta 12.  

There is a group of related prints and drawings. 




TIERRA SIN MALES   Mexican Consulate, Los Angeles

                                                                              
                                                                                      February, 2019



HELIX - Marionette Museum, Palermo


Coinciding With Manifesta
June 26 - August 31, 2018



BALAFRE - Palazzo Fortuny, INTUITION
 


 KAIROS - Palazzo Fortuny, PROPORTIO
 

TIERRA SIN MALES - Palazzo Fortuny, TRA

   Retrospective 2001-2017
 Açikekran, Istanbul


BLOOD ROLL, P SPIN, TIERRA SIN MALES, KAIROS, BALAFRE
2018



Permanent Installation of BLOOD ROLL 
Abdi Ibrahim Collection, Istanbul



"We Dance" book for the Moleskin Foundation

Galeria Burster, Berlin  2018



TIERRA SIN MALES in "We Need to Talk"
Petzel Gallery, NYC, 2017

Premiere
Art Basel Miami 2012






P SPIN - PULKOVO OBSERVATORY
St. Petersburg, Russia - 2007






CHIOSTRO DEL BRAMANTE
Prints and Drawings - Rome 2009






FEAR NOT
Venice Biennale 2001
PS/1 MoMA
Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires...





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TIERRA SIN MALES
Fondazione Orestiade Museum
Sicily, Fall 2010



SPOSALIZIO DEL MAR
Venice Biennale 1995






WHAT WOULD MAKE FOR A BETTER WORLD?
"Future Democracy," Istanbul Biennial 2003




Castelli Gallery, 1980s