If you happen to be in Venice from now until August, a must see:
Peter Halley, Heterotopia I (Curated by Gea Politi) May 8 – August 10, 2019
Academy of Fine Art’s exhibition space: Magazzini del Sale, no. 3, at Dorsoduro 264, Zattere.
“Using the forty-meter-long exhibition space, Halley has assembled a sequence of eight interconnected rooms that employ digitally-printed wall murals, a varying palette of artificial lighting, and three-dimensional objects to create a hermetic, coded heterotopia – a term borrowed from Michel Foucault, who defined heterotopia as a differentiated, bordered space created for a special purpose that both mirrors and defines itself as separate from everyday spaces”.
Hope to find out more for future blogs