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Thanks for Nothing Resilient Currents: On Communal Re-Existence

The Fondation Thalie is supporting the production of the exhibition Resilient Currents: On Communal Re-Existence created by Thanks for Nothing, focusing on committed practices in Central and South America.

In 2024, Thanks for Nothing initiates the program of its future Art and Solidarity Center, scheduled to open in 2028 on the site of the former Hôpital Saint-Vincent-de-Paul. This ‘off-site’ program aims to showcase international socially engaged artistic practices. The exhibition Resilient Currents: On Communal Re-Existence inaugurates this cycle.

Developed over the course of 3 years by independent curator Ilaria Conti, the exhibition highlights multidisciplinary practices linked to Abya Yala (a Kuna term for Central and South America as a constellation of sovereign non-colonial, or decolonized spaces).

The exhibition explores the working methodologies employed by the presented artists who acknowledge the urgency of practicing political, social, affective, and spiritual forms of action as part of a network of ethical relationships. Rejecting the limits of colonial systems of knowledge, the artists honor the plurality of worlds that such a commitment to the notion of the communal generates.


Practical information
Exhibition from March 21 to April 25
Opening on March 21, 5pm – 9pm
Free entry from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm.

Artists : Seba Calfuqueo, Carolina Caycedo, Colectivo Ayllu, Patricia Dominguez, Regina José Galindo, Sonia Gomes, Juliana Góngora, Jorge González Santos, iki yos piña narváez, Guadalupe Maravilla, Noé Martinez, Nomasmetaforas, Rangiñtulewfü, RojoNegro, Angélica Serech et Maria Sosa.

Curator invited : Ilaria Conti


In partnership with the association Thanks for Nothing.