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(April 2-8, 2020)

With modernity, humans have come to perceive themselves as superior beings, indifferent to the cycles of nature. It has thus become seemingly easy for humans to subjugate water, plants, and animals as goods that only have values of exchange and use.


Canadian artists Jin-me Yoon and Christi Belcourt, whose works we presented in 2019 at the MAJ, are humble with nature. Both artists assume this attitude in different ways within their respective exhibitions. They consider their artworks to be awareness-raising tools that suggest new ways of living in relation to nature.


For the third week of Quarantined Museum, we invite you to create while thinking about the force of nature. What do you think best illustrates the relationship between humans and nature?

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