The Malta International Contemporary Art Space (MICAS), in collaboration with the Serpentine Galleries, London, proudly presents the exhibition Exomind (Deep Water) by ground-breaking artist Pierre Huyghe. Situated within the dynamic ecosystem of Wied il – Luq, Buskett, Exomind (Deep Water) lies between the continuity and separation of interconnected systems. It comprises the cast of a sculpture of a blinded, crouching, female ﬁgure, a living beehive, and a set of exchanges with the ﬂora and fauna that surround it.
On the morning of Sunday the 13th of October, MICAS artistic director Ruth Bianco will lead a tour of Pierre Huyghe’s Exomind (Deep Water) accompanied by the Golden Island team, beekeepers Ray Sciberras and Denise Camilleri. Should you wish to join and learn more about Pierre Huyghe’s dynamic exhibition, you are cordially invited to register for free by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, surname and mobile number in the registration email. For any enquiries, please call on 21242183.
Location: Wied il-Luq, il-Buskett, l/o is-Siġġiewi.
Time of event: 10.30 AM – 11.30 AM.
Meeting point will be under the tent, by the parking area, at 10.15 AM.
Kindly note that adequate walking shoes should be worn. It is advisable not to wear perfumes and aftershave as bees are sensitive to strong perfume.
The MICAS Art Walk is subject to weather conditions on the day, and may have to be postponed in case of inclement weather.
The MICAS Art Walk forms part of the MICAS International Art Weekend and it is being organised with the kind support of Air Malta, Heritage Malta, Malta Tourism Authority, Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government, Restoration Directorate, ERA, Ambjent Malta, is-Siġġiewi Local Council, and the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage.