Anri Sala
October 8, 2016- ongoing
Anri Sala has been conceiving a project for Teshima during the past three years, since winning the 10th Benesse Prize. The installation entitled ALL OF A TREMBLE will be exhibited in the Teshima Seawall House, where the video footage of both an improvising saxophone and a shakuhachi (a Japanese bamboo flute) resonate gives the impression of the house as an organic entity, pulsing with life.

The once-abandoned house is brought to life, inviting viewers to reflect on the displacement and lives of human beings as well as to physically experience "the meeting of two different worlds" -- outside and inside, eastern and western, contrasting instruments, ocean and sky, the artificial and the natural, social and private.
Anri Sala at Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Japan
September 5, 2017 - January 8, 2018

The Museo Tamayo presents a solo exhibition of works by Anri Sala. The pieces featured in this show explore the way in which music has been associated with various political ideologies and social situations, as well as the manners in which sound, music, and language create specific meanings, especially when they are juxtaposed. 


Anri Sala at Museo Tamayo
October 13 - November 5, 2017
Anri Sala has created an innovative new installation of sculpture and sound for the 33rd Kaldor Public Art Project, which has been developed over three years ahead of its world-premiere in Sydney. The Last Resort is co-presented with Art & About Sydney. 

Sala’s project will transform the Observatory Hill Rotunda, a site with expansive views from the most elevated point in the city. Audiences will be invited to step beneath a gravity-defying ensemble of custom-built drums, to experience their rhythmic, live response to a contemporary interpretation of a Mozart Concerto. 

For The Last Resort, Sala has reimagined Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major, a seminal piece from the Western canon and a musical expression of the European Enlightenment. Mozart’s score is upended, as if it were a message in a bottle carried from Europe across the ocean to Australia, affected by wind and waves. This abstraction of the score’s structure expresses the way shifts of location, time and perspective alter meaning. 
Anri Sala at Kaldor Art Projects
May 13 - November 26, 2017
Cerith Wyn Evans, Gabriel Orozco, Edi Rama and Anri Sala participate in the 57th Biennale di Venezia. 

Anri Sala and Edi Rama will host a Tavola Aperta (Open Table) on June 24 in the Arsenale, Sale d’Armi G. 
Cerith Wyn Evans, Gabriel Orozco, Edi Rama and Anri Sala at 57th Biennale di Venezia