On June 24, 2011 the artists opened Time is Not Even, Space is Not Empty at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The exhibition, co-curated by Peter Taub with the artists, includes a photo time-line, installations inspired by materials from Eiko & Koma's work, newly re-created Caravan Project trailer and a re-imagined version of Naked, in which Eiko & Koma performed June 24-June 28, 2011 and will do so again November 8 through 13.
Simultaneously, the New York Public Library for Performing Arts is hosting a multi-gallery retrospective exhibition of Eiko & Koma's work, Residue, from July 19-October 30. Also of note is the publication of a catalog of the same title by the Walker Art Center, which is shown as an active part of the two exhibitions and is providing comprehensive knowledge about Eiko & Koma's trajectory and their sustained motifs.
Assistant and artist Eric Bissel has worked with Eiko & Koma as a designer and exhibition coordinator
Eiko & Koma's interview on Chicago TimeOut
More information about the exhibition and related performances at Chicago MCA