the otolith group
the otolith group was founded in 2001 by the london based artists kodwo eshun and anjalika sagar. eshun was born in london in 1966. he studied english literature at university college, oxford (1985-8). sagar was born in london in 1968. she studied anthropology and hindi at the school of oriental and african studies, university of london (1994-7). their two-venue solo exhibition, a long time between suns: part i and part ii, took place at gasworks and the showroom, london (2009). their numerous group exhibitions include turner prize 10, tate britain (2010); british art show 7, nottingham, london, glasgow and plymouth (2010); manifesta 8, the european biennial of contemporary art, murcia (2010); universes in universe, 29th são paolo biennal (2010); star city: the future under communism, nottingham contemporary (2010);universal code, power plant, toronto (2009); translocalmotion, 7th shanghai biennale (2008);destroy athens, 1st athens biennial (2007); 2nd international biennial of contemporary art of seville (2006); new british art: tate triennial, tate britain, london (2006) and homeworks iii: a forum on cultural practices, masrah al madina, beirut (2005). in 2007, the group curated and produced the ghosts of songs: the art of the black audio film collective 1982-1998 at fact, liverpool and arnolfini, bristol and co-curated harun farocki: 22 films 1968 – 2009 at tate modern, london in 2009.