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Leere Sockel / Entfernte Monumente (empty pedestals /removed monuments) Video, Fotografie, Installation Duration: 23th March – 15th April 2018 Artists: Tina Griffith, János Brückner, Nicole Marc, Constanza Rossi, Gözde Güngör, Marlene Bart, Marisa Benjamin Initiator: Dr. Lisa Glauer a cooperation project between: Institut für Kunst im Kontext / Universität der Künste Berlin Charité Mitte von Berlin ———————————————— Opening Times: thursday – sunday 3-7 pm ———————————————— The Organ of Critical Arts is presenting work developed within the des Seminar Empty Pedestals, Removed Monuments at the Institute for Art in Context of the University of the Arts, Berlin. Tina Griffith, János Brückner, Nicole Marc, Constanza Rossi, Marlene Bart, Marisa Benjamin snd Gözde Güngör worked on the theme of removed monuments that can be found all over memory landscapes and cultural geographies. Often the desire is voiced to mark these changes, to comment on them or to make them visible, or with a sort of copy paste, to reverse the removal. The artists explore what extended and possibly entirely different possibilities might exist, to react to the empty pedestals, beyond the desire, to imagine wholeness where it has been disrupted. How can these other, new, expanded and possibly less monumental ideas me communicated? […]
Idris is happy to invite you to the opening event for the exhibit KEDEM–KODEM–KADIMA at 20:00 on March 29 at 8:00. This exhibit will last one month and is taking place in four locations: Idris,The Center for Contemporary Art Tel Aviv, Born from Rock and The Lobby Art Space. Three works will be included in Idris for this exhibit by the Israeli Illit Azoulay, Cuban Wilfredo Prieto and Romanian artist Alex Mirutziu.
Open Call for entries via the www.galerielavieillepost.org website. This year’s theme: “Harmony”. All media (sound, video, net art welcome). Max Three works per artist. Selection process. Annual International Festival in a tiny rural hamlet in SW France (usually c 30 countries represented).
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