Enar de Dios Rodriguez

Enar de Dios Rodriguez is a guest of SITUATE as a part of the 2019 SITUATE Austrian Arts Residency Exchange.

Art Exhibition previously on at RMIT Intersect in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 30 August 2019 to Saturday 28 September 2019
Launch Thursday 29 August 2019, 5-7pm

Enar de Dios Rodriguez, Vestiges (an archipelago), 2019, video still. image

Event published by anonymous on Friday 02 August 2019.
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After water, sand is the most extracted natural material by humans, our society is built on it (quite literally) and contrary to what is thought, it is also a limited material whose extraction from the bottom of rivers and oceans is causing irreparable damages in nature. The interdisciplinary project Vestiges investigates the insatiable demand of sand, as well as its socio-political and environmental consequences. More specifically, “Vestiges” will focus on Victoria’s landscape, and this region’s sand mining history. What can the use of sand tell us about the relationship between humankind and nature?


Project Space Gallery, RMIT building 94, level 2, room 2, 23-27 Cardigan Street, Carlton, VIC