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in the Venice Biennale, 2024

Danielle Freakley

Freakley is a Seychellois-Australian artist exhibiting in the Venice Biennale 2024, Arsenale, Seychelles Pavilion. 

Freakley works in performance, social practice, interactive systems and sculpture. Her often overcomplicated play with systems, social communication, exposing lurking historical relationships, private subtexts, and slide into an unfading pit of re-authorship. She has previously exhibited at Tate - Liverpool Biennial, Museum of Contemporary Art - Sydney, Performa – Performance Biennial of New York. She has been credited "performance inspiration" in film co-produced by Alex Reynolds, Alma Söderberg in “The Singing Hand” with Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Freakley has a number of art awards, grants, residencies and exhibited in various other international biennials, triennials, national galleries, state galleries, contemporary art spaces. 


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Raimundas Maslausksas

Raimundas Maslausksas previously curated two pavilions together into one new country in a sporting arena and received special accolades for it in Venice "Oo" Lithuanian and Cyprus Pavilions (Venice Biennale, 2013). In another ongoing project, he curates artists under hypnosis for the last 15 years (Guggenheim NY 2017, Documenta 2013) and other spaces, "Repetition Island" (Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2010). Maslausksas and Freakley have worked together before in the UK on a series of social practice works, writings, sound pieces, Liverpool Oratory crypt, tunnels and Tate (Liverpool Biennial 2016).


Rai's unique approaches to curating and writing are fantastically experimental with language, collective intelligence and roaming systems.



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