Healing Meadow in “Fungi” URL
Curated by Magnus af Petersens and Karl-Johan Cottman
Nobel Prize Museum, September 29, 2023 - January 30, 2024
Handprints in the Life Cycles: The Materials of Contemporary Design. URL
Curated by Paola Antonelli and Maya Ellerkman
MoMA New York City, September 2, 2023- July 7, 2024
Emerging Ecologies: Architecture and the Rise of Environmentalism (audio piece) URL
Curated by Carson Chan, Matthew Wagstaffe, Dewi Tan and Eva Lavranou (The Ambasz Institute)
MoMA New York City, September 17, 2023 - January 20, 2024
Tomorrow Today exhibition curated by Gonzalo Herrero Delicado
Museum of the Future, Dubai, UAE, March 2022-2024
Photo credit: nvstudio from Healing Meadow in “The Art of Mushrooms” at the Serralves Foundation, Porto.
Photo credit: Mae-ling Lokko from “The Rise and Fall of Ghana’s Cash Crops” Dinner Exhibiiton menu with Selassie Atadika.
Healing Meadow in “The Art of Mushrooms”.
Serralves Foundation, Porto, Lisbon, June 2022 - June 2023.
“Everything’s on the Table” (with Dean Hayley Eber, Dakota Pace and Cooper Union students),
Tallinn Architecture Biennial 2022, Estonia, September 7 - October 31, 2022
Mycotunnel in “It’s our F***ing Backyard. Designing Material Futures”.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 26 - September 4, 2022.
“The Rise and Fall of Ghana’s Cash Crops” Dinner Exhibition in collaboration with Chef Selassie Atadika. Art Residency with El Anatsui
Accra, Ghana. July 7-9, 2022
Shard Song, Curator of solo exhibition by El Anatsui,
Efie Gallery, Dubai, UAE, March 7- May 31, 2022
Healing Meadow in Design Fest Gent.
Gent, Belgium, April 22 - May 1, 2022.
Photo credit: Ibrahim Mahama. Groundmurmurs, Sonsbeek Biennial 20-24. Mae-ling Lokko and Gustavo Crembil
Grounds for Return, Solo Exhibition
Hasselt, Belgium, September 25, 2021 - January 9th 2022
26 Degrees North and South, Mae-ling Lokko, Vienna Biennial
Austria, Vienna, May-October 2021
Groundmurmurs, Mae-ling Lokko and Gustavo Crembil, Sonsbeek Biennial 20-24,
Arnhem Netherlands, July-August 2021
“The State of the Art of Architecture”
Triennale Milano, Milan, Italy, February 2020
Hack the Root in “The Art, Design and Future of Fungi”
Somerset House, London, UK, January-April 2020
Agrocologies in “Housing the Human”
Radialsystem, Berlin, Germany, October 2019
School of Schools “Carbocycene”
Atelier Luma, Luma Foundation, Arles, France, May 2019
Agrocologies Exhibition in the Copenhagen Architecture Festival Royal Academy of Danish Arts (KADK), Copenhagen, Denmark, April 2019
Yale CEA Ecological Pavilion Nairobi, United Nations Environment Programme
Nairobi, Kenya, March 2019
Photo credit: Kamil Onemci. Palaver + palaver, Istanbul Design Biennial 2018 with Gustavo Crembil
Palaver + palaver at the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial 2018,
Studio X Istanbul, September-November 2018
AgroDerivatives: Permutations on Generative Citizenship in Biodesign,
Rhode Island School of Design, August-September 2018
Hack the Root at the Liverpool Biennial 2018
Royal Institute of British Architects, July-October 2018
Commissioned Hack the Root Public Installation and Agromaterialisms Exhibition at RIBA-North
Funded by Arts Council England, RIBA-North, Liverpool Biennial and CAVA
Accra: Portraits of A City Exhibition, ANO Ghana Institute of Contemporary Arts, Feb 2017
Installation of 21st Century Biocomposite Materials for Inaugural Exhibition
Climate Change Exhibition, Mmofra Foundation (Accra, Ghana), October 2016
Installation of Exterior Agricultural By-Product Building Structure
Chale Wote Street Art Festival, Jamestown (Accra, Ghana), August 2016
Upcycling Pavilion with CASE-RPI and Serge Attukwei Clottey
Photo credit: Evert Palmets from “Everything’s on the Table” (with Dean Hayley Eber, Dakota Pace and Cooper Union students)