At the guts of the exhibit lies “Field Atmosphonia,” a charming and immersive experience inside a darkened space adorned with 1000’s of speakers. These speakers emit an array of various sounds, ranging from fowl songs to crackling bushfires, inviting guests to engage with the auditory symphony. Amidst this sensory tapestry, guests actively weave narratives, developing their own interpretations from the amalgamation of sounds. A noteworthy side of this partnership is the participation of Frieze Seoul and Frieze London in hosting two charming commissions. Korean visual research collective ikkibawiKrrr will deliver a new video and interactive performance to Frieze Seoul, focusing on the marine ecosystem and environmental sustainability.

Palestinian Swedish artist Tarik Kiswanson has been named the winner of the 2023 Marcel Duchamp Prize, an annual award recognizing vital contributions to the French modern art scene. Born in Sweden in 1986 and at present based mostly in Paris, Kiswanson was honored …

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