This episode was originally posted on the Fresh Art International podcast.

Today, we invite artists, curators, a media specialist, and an invigilator to talk about art that challenges the resources of traditional exhibition spaces. Their backstories reveal how building relationships—through eco-systems, architecture, choreography, media archaeology and virtual community engagement – make exceptional art encounters possible.

Dara Friedman, Perfect Stranger, Perez Art Museum Miami, 2017. Image courtesy Fresh Art International.

Alexandra Pirici, Aggregate, Art Basel Cities, Buenos Aires. Image courtesy Fresh Art International.

Pierre Huyghe, Untilled, documenta 13. Image courtesy Fresh Art International.

Featured voices: Brian Sonia-Wallace, Sarah Oppenheimer, Dara Friedman, Rene Morales, Kevin Arrow/Obsolete Media Miami, María José Arjona, Alexandra Pirici, Rea McNamara

Sound Editor: Anamnesis Audio | Special sound: María José Arjona, Alexandra Pirici, Rea McNamara, and Tony Halmos | Photography courtesy María José Arjona, The New Museum, New York and Art Basel Cities Week Buenos Aires

Related Episodes: Dara Friedman on the Theater of Your MindSarah Oppenheimer on Space and LightSarah Oppenheimer on Architectural Interventions

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