Welcome to my low carbon footprint website.

This web page emits the amount of carbon that 1 tree absorbs in a year.

 

 

 

CONTACT

marianna.maruyama [at] gmail.com

IG @thesetwentyoneletters

 

 

NEWS

 

upcoming

 

June 15 - "SIX BLUE THINGS" Solo exhibition at Page Not Found. With a book release, printed matter and sculptural works. Until July 17th. (THE HAGUE) 

 

May 15 - Museo du Petit Format, works on paper exhibited at the Paper Biennale. Until August 31. (NISMES) 

 

June - "A lifetime, perhaps a bit longer" to be published in DEARS magazine

 

July - essay "Studio Hémon" to be published with Archive Books (BERLIN)

 

August 8 to 14 - taking part in the Trojan Horse Summer School (HELSINKI)

 

 

 

ongoing

 

- artist-in-residence at Page Not Found: Living Archives, a public program during Spring-Summer 2022 with the support of Gemeente Den Haag

 

- working on a book with support from The Mondriaan Fund, the KNIR/KNAW fellowship, and Gemeente Den Haag

 

 

past

 

- public talk in Rome with Entomologist Silvia Ghesini (U.Bologna) and Curator Virginija Januskeviciute (CAC Vilnius) on July 1, 2021 here  

 

 

TEXTS

Where are you from? Da dove vieni? (2020)

The Body, The Plane, The Camera (2022) 

Blood, Sweat and Fears (2020)

Termite Cities (2020)

Interview in Dutch about Termites and KNIR/KNAW residency (2021)

One Archive Opens the Door to Another (2014)

Profanatory Translation: on Sedje Hémon in Kunstlicht (2017) 

 

 

BIO 

Marianna Maruyama is an artist and writer geolocated in The Hague. She is interested in love and translation. Her work has been performed and exhibited in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL), documenta14 Parliament of Bodies, Kassel (DE), The Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam (NL), Manifesta 11, Zurich (CH), The Centraal Museum, Utrecht (NL), IMPAKT festival, Utrecht (NL) and CAC Vilnius (LT).  Selected publications include: Performing Security (The Fifth Season, 2019); Translation as Method (Kunstlicht, 2017), Three Movements (Casco/DAI, 2013), Farocki’s Living Room (Harun Farocki Institut, 2018). Since 2016, she has been active as an artist-researcher at the invitation of the Sedje Hémon Foundation in The Hague.

 

 

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