Ao 青

Charlotte Dumas — Ao 青

Ao 青 (‘Blue’) / 23,5x29cm / 80 pages / full color/ softcover with double cahier / text by Charlotte Dumas and Maria Barnas / song by Saho Terao

Contemplating elephants at Thailand Biennial 2021/2022

Thailand Biennale, Korat 2021 Butterflies Frolicking on the Mud: Engendering Sensible Capital December 18, 2021–March 31, 2022 Organizer: The Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Ministry of Culture (OCAC) Artistic Director: Yuko Hasegawa Co-curators: Tawatchai Somkong, Vipash Purichanont, and Seiha Kurosawa Contemplating Elephants, 2021Video, photographs, digital print on ceramicsDimension variableThailand Biennale, Korat 2021 …

AO 青 2022 20.39 min

In Ao (‘Blue’) a young girl, in ballet shoes and on bare feet, traverses the island’s rugged landscape and comes face to face with a deep crevice that harbours a dark past.

Bezoar at Le Forum Fondation d’entreprise Hermès Tokyo

The exhibition “Bezoar” presents like a diptych two of Dumas’ most recent films, Shio ( 2018) and Yorishiro ( 2020) in which two young female protagonist play an important role next to the horses on the small rugged island of Yonaguni. A subject Dumas has been documenting and following since …

Yorishiro on view at De Pont museum for contemporary art Tilburg

Yorishiro is on view at De Pont museum for contemporary art Tilburg from November 30 through February 9 2020 Yorishiro is the second film of Dumas in which a small Japanese island where wild horses of an ancient breed still roam freely, plays an important role. In the first film on …

Dromers children’s book with Bibi Dumon Tak

Dromers ( Dreamers) by Charlotte Dumas with a text by Bibi Dumon Tak published by Quirido Amsterdam 2019 Printed by Rob Stolk printers Amsterdam Hard cover 25 x22 cm pages: 56 26 images in full color In Dutch To order please click here 🙂 Can a polar bear sleep under …



On and after September 11, 2001, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) deployed close to a hundred search dogs along with their handlers—from a network of 26 active task forces from 18 different states—to both the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. In the aftermath of the attacks the dogs searched day and night for survivors, making sure no one would be stranded in the rubble, while rescue workers and firemen slowly made their way through the chaos and debris.