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Ayreen Anastas, Rene Gabri & Maider Lopez

Ayreen Anastas
Rene Gabri
Maider Lopez
the jerusalem syndrome

Past Exhibitions

Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri


Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri are artists currently living between a megalopolis and a small mountain village.‎ Taking life as a form of writing, engaging, playing, experimenting, often collectively, with friends (e.g., 16 Beaver Group, e-Xplo, Centre for Parrhesia, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Un Groupe Comme les Autres, ...), constructing and inhabiting planes of consistency with fellow commoners (e.g., AND...AND...AND, Commoning Times, ...) and struggling to engage and confront the dominant forms of modelization of subjectivity - the two are most interested in processes which nurture a common and concurrently multiply the paths of singularization and autonomy. 

Ayreen writes in fragments: 

Possible.  Ayreen, architecture, philosophy, literature, art, such and such biennials, this and that exhibition, x and y residency, Palestine, occupation, videos, films, maps, notes, performance, Pasolini, New York, Armenia, Caucasus, Berlin, Nietzsche, Maria Mies, Valerie Solanas, subsistence, the ugliest man, Venice, documenta(13), and and and… ‎‎

Rene asks: 

In light of the fact that  struggle today is not restricted to political economy and controlling the means of production or reproduction:‎‎

How can we decolonize the capitalist production of Desire and disrupt its immaterial and material factories of production of subjectivity and subjectivation? And how can the attempt to develop these means of decolonization resist capture, absorption, institutionalization, or becoming-sectarian?


Maider Lopez


Maider Lopez (San Sebastián, 1975), develops her work intervening on the public space and the architecture. Her works often require the participation of the viewers making them part of a subtly altered space. She has been extensively exhibited national and internationally. She has participate at the Bienale of Venice of 2005 (The Experience of Art, 51 Biennale di Venecia), Sharjah 2009 (Provisions for the Future, Sharjah Biennial 9, United Arab Emirates) and Estambul of 2013 (Mom, am I Barbarian 13th Istanbul Biennial). She has done, also, projects in the public domain and showed in Museums like: Matadero Madrid (1645 Tizas, 2016); Koldo Mitxelena of San Sebastián and MARCO of Vigo (Desplazamiento 2015 y 2016); Les Ateliers de Rennes, 4a Biennale d’Art Contemporain, Rennes, France (Play Time, 2014); Lower Austria Contemporary (Mountain, 2013); Skor and Witte of With, Holland (Polder Cup, 2010); Pompidou-Metz Centre (Eclats, 2010); SCAPE Christchurch Biennial of Art in Public Space, New Zealand (2008); Chacun à Son Goût. Guggenheim Bilbao (2007); or Caixa Forum, Barcelona (Columnes, 2006), among others.