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The third appearance for Mongolia at the Venice Biennale brings A Temporality, involves sculptural installations by Los Angeles based artist Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar (Jantsa) and an interactive sound performance by Mongolian traditional throat singers, accompanied by renowned German artist Carsten Nicolai, aka Alva Noto.

Traditionally, Mongolians practiced throat singing to communicate with their inner selves, surroundings and animals. Nowadays man-made environments are superimposed over centuries of natural relationships, introducing concrete blocks, panels, glass and asphalts as the focal points for our interactions, represented here in the sculptural installations by Jantsa.


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