Silk Road Chess Session

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Under Tbilisi

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Generating possibilities

Generating possibilities

with Lucrezia Cippitelli and Berhanu Deribew

On way to remarkable changes Ethiopia faces a new challenge in the field of art education. In collaboration with Addis Ababa University School of Art, to rethink the traditional understandings and involve Contemporary Art practices more intensively in the educational process, local art organizations started developing of newborn postgraduate […]

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Irreversible process

Irreversible process

with Sami van Ingen

The experimental film by Sami van Ingen “Just One Kiss – The Fall of Ned Kelly” had its another world wide screening on the first Tbilisi Triennial accompanied by the live music from Dima Dadiani. The work follows the set tradition of the famous first Australian feature length narrative film “The […]

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This is the context

This is the context

with Rene Francisco

The hard times of after-revolutionary censorship didn’t pass without an imprint neither for Rene Francisco nor for his generation of Cuban artists, who in difference with Francisco left the island and continued career abroad. Soon, after graduation of Instituto Superior de Arte – Havana, Rene Francisco was assigned as a […]

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Many different models

Many different models

with Tiong Ang

If one is given the certain space and context for exhibition the idea of being independent from the architecture and content can also exist.  So it becomes possible to create a presentational model that will be independent from the walls of the space… Ultrecht Graduate School of Visual Art and Design […]

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Concerning to hard way to enlightenment

Concerning to hard way to enlightenment

with Stephan Dillemuth

Have you ever thought about the educational systems and the casual market goods like tea or coffee active especially now when the Universities are branding themselves to advertise and provide expansive services around the world… The customer in this case pays for the education like for pizza delivery […]

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Act of destruction

Act of destruction

with Rainer Ganahl

Along with the famous Bicycle Manifesto, doing reading seminars for Rainer Ganahl is one of the main artistic practices since 90’s. Perhaps at least half of the planet has personal relation with Lenin’s text on imperialism and no matter how evil or influential has it been for particular people or countries’ […]

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Explicitly political context

Explicitly political context

with Anton Vidokle

Artist and the founder of the e-flux journal, Anton Vidokle, was one of the first who raised the educational topic within the exhibition space. After the loud cancellation on ethnic basis of Manifesta 6 in 2005, where Vidokle was taking part as a co-curator, he, in collaboration with Boris Groys, Liam […]

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Why did i found it

Why did i found it

with Nazareth Karoyan

After being a storage keeper of the first ever museum of modern art in the Soviet Union, (opened in Yerevan in 1972), having  co-founded and edited In Vitro magazine (first Armenian publication on the contemporary art issues), taking part in the dissident group “Black Square” activities and opposing conservative […]

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