You Are In My WaveLothringer13 Halle, Munich07 April – 28 May 2017
Lothringer13 hosted many musical experiences and now dedicates a group-show to the beautiful bond between sight and sound. Nine artists provide well tuned projects for this springtime at Lothringer13 Halle. Curated by Jörg Koopmann & Lene Harbo Pedersen.
Fiesta MobileChannel 14, The High Line, New York30 June – 31 August 2016
A group exhibition in video format that imagines the different ways in which music has the intense power to bring people together. The exhibition features works by Yael Bartana, Johanna Billing (Pulheim Jam Session), Jeremy Deller, and UuDam Tran Nguyen. Photo by Timothy Schenck. Courtesy of Friends of the High Line
RhythmscapeGyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Korea17 September - 11 November 2015
The Group Show RhythmScape at Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art in South Korea featured the works of seven artists, meanings of rhythm of the body, objects and labor were investigated. Images above from installations of I'm Lost Without Your Rhythm and Pulheim Jam Session.
Apparent Extent Festival, LodgersMuhka, Antwerp17 October 2015
As a final chapter of the three month long residency at M HKA and AIR Antwerpen, the record label Apparent Extent (run by Volker Zander) organizes a festival of one day with lecture performances, film screenings, concerts, actions and roundtable conversations with Johanna Billing (Stockholm), Mika Taanila (Helsinki), Christian Jendreiko (Düsseldorf), Kallabris (Bochum), Franziska Windisch (Cologne, Brussels)
FreiheitKunstpalatz Erlangen11 April – 04 August 2013
Installation view above from Project for a Revolution. The Kunstpalais dedicates a group exhibition to the topic 'freedom' due to the 200th anniversary of the decisive battle of the nations of the wars of liberation in 1813. Amongst others with: Alexander Apóstol (Venezuela), Johanna Billing (Sweden), CAMP (India), Haejun Jo (South Korea), Bouchra Khalili (Morocco), Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen (Denmark), Klara Lidén (Sweden), Lars Ø Ramberg (Norway), Nedko Solakov (Bulgaria), Ai Weiwei (China), Artur Zmijewski (Poland).
I'm Lost Without Your RhythmKunsthaus GlarusSeptember 05 – November 21, 2010
The Kunsthaus Glarus show (curated by Sabine Rusterholz) presented three parallel exhibitions by Alexandra Bachzetsis, Johanna Billing (image above from I'm Lost Without Your Rhythm) and Falke Pisano & Ana Roldan. In the three contemporary presentations the discussion is focused on artistic working methods and work developments. Starting with the theme of dance and performance the works of all the invited artists have a collaborative and interdisciplinary background.
This is How We Walk on The MoonCollective GalleryJune 01 – July 13, 2007
The Collective Gallery presented the first solo exhibition in Scotland, a new film commission (This is How We Walk on The Moon) set on the Firth of Forth with it's iconic bridges. Having spent over a year working with the Collective's One Mile programme, including living in Edinburgh in October 2006, the film was a result of a collaboration with a group of local musicians and incorporates a special events program of live music sessions.
Documenta 12KasselJune 16 – Septmeber 23, 2007
The Documenta 12, 2007, premiered the film This is How We Walk on the Moon. Installation shot from the Auepavillion with site specific built benches, chairs and screen.
Free ElectronesTabakalera Centro internacional de Cultura Contemporanea, San SebastianApril 26 – June 6, 2007
Installation view from Where She is At. A sample of Lemaitre's video collection. Curated by Carolina Grau. The first exhibition produced at the International Centre of Contemporary Art: videos and films by twelve international contemporary artists, such as Johanna Billing, Yang Fudong, Fabien Giraud, Steve McQueen, Aernout Mik, Laurent Montaron, Pablo Pijnappel, Christoph Rutimann, Bojan Sarcevic, etc.
NormalizationRooseum, MalmöMarch 18 – May 28, 2006
By examining processes of normalization in various political, social and cultural contexts, the exhibition (which featured the film Magical World) focused on how people and societies are normalized. Twenty-one international artists present works reflecting on the impact normalization has on how we organize our societies and on how we relate to each other.
Dialectics of Hope, 1st Moscow BiennalLenin Musuem, MoscowJanuary 28 – February 28, 2005
The 1st Biennal in Moscow, 2005 Curators (main project): Joseph Backstein, Daniel Birnbaum, Iara Boubnova, Nicolas Bourriaud, Rosa Martinez and Hans Ulrich Obrist. Installation from Project for a Revolution, 2000, shown in on of the escalator in the Lenin Musuem (in the parallel staircase, You Don't Love me Yet, 2003 was installed)