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Torkwase Dyson

The Biennale, which opens on September 21, explores the idea of non-territorial thinking in the context of displacement, diaspora, and multi-situated alliances and how individual localities contain their own divergent and mutating histories in Seoul and beyond. Dyson's abstract works are visual and material systems that examine the continuity between ecology, infrastructure, and architecture. With an emphasis on the ways black and brown bodies perceive and negotiate space as information, Dyson looks to spatial liberation strategies from historical and contemporary perspectives, seeking to uncover new understandings of the potential for more livable geographies.