The Seventh Continent is an anthropology of an off-centered world and an archaeology of our times. It defines today’s art as an archipelago of diverse enquiries into global life, tracking the prints of human activity on the earth and our impact on its non-human inhabitants. Tee’s work response to experiences of cultural hybridity, identity and language, and trade routes between people, commodities and objects from nature. She has also collaborated with Jane Lewty on a multilingual text performance and choreography, which focuses on the delicate relationships between nature and culture, language and perception.
Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, with support of the Mondriaan Fund and Outset Netherlands