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Luana Wojaczek Perilli
Song of Olimpia



6 May 2016 @ 19:00

@  MOMENTUM
Kunstquartier Bethanien 
Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin Kreuzberg




LUANA WOJACZEK PERILLI
            is the           
Terna Prize Artist-in-Residence at MOMENTUM





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Beyond BALAGAN!!!

HERO MOTHER: Contemporary Art by Post-Communist Women Rethinking Heroism


 
Marina Abramović  //  Maja Bajević  //  Yael Bartana  //  Marina Belikova  //  Tania Bruguera  //  Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkačova  //  Danica Dakić  //  Nezaket Ekici  //  Fang Lu  //  else (Twin) Gabriel  //  Gluklya  //  Stefanie Gromes & Katrin Hafemann  //  Sanja Iveković  //  Elżbieta Jablónska  //  Zuzanna Janin  //  Adela Jušić  //  Elena Kovylina  //  Katarzyna Kozyra  //  Almagul Menlibayeva  //  Tanja Muravskaja  //  Hajnal Németh  //  Ilona Németh  //  Nguyen Trinh Thi  //  Sasha Pirogova  //  Selma Selman  //  Milica Tomić  //  Anna-Stina Treumund  //  Mariana Vassileva  //  Anastasia Vepreva


Curated by
Rachel Rits-Volloch & Bojana Pejic



13 May - 12 June  2016

@   MOMENTUM & Studio 1


Kunstquartier Bethanien 
Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin Kreuzberg

M O R E    I N F O :


Luana Wojaczek Perilli: Song of Olimpia



6 May 2016 @ 19:00



Song of Olimpia is a performative open ended introduction to Luana Wojaczek Perilli’s project LEOPOLD-O, with sound design by Alberto Picciau.  LEOPOLD-O is a project that deals with community identities while undergoing crisis - starting from communal life of eusocial insects to difficult heritage appropriation.  The full project will be informed by video, performances and a refugees puppet theatre.

Song of Olimpia is inspired by Aldo Leopold's writings against the 'Boostering spirt' of the 1920's - his criticism of capitalism, written before capitalism came to be defined as such - and by the anti-bourgeoise tale "der Sandmann" by E.T.A. Hoffmann. The event will take the form of a performance-lecture blending with fictional storytelling, sound, dance, video, and puppet play.  The audience will be invited to engage with the puppets and with the artist after the piece. 



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Beyond BALAGAN!!!
HERO MOTHER: Contemporary Art by Post-Communist Women Rethinking Heroism 


30 Artists from 20 Countries

OPENING 13 MAY 2016!


Beyond  B A L A G A N ! ! !
 

HERO MOTHER: Contemporary Art by Post-Communist Women Rethinking Heroism

Marina Abramović  //  Maja Bajević  //  Yael Bartana  //  Marina Belikova  //  Tania Bruguera  //  Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkačova  //  Danica Dakić  //  Nezaket Ekici  //  Fang Lu  //  else (Twin) Gabriel  //  Gluklya  //  Stefanie Gromes & Katrin Hafemann  //  Sanja Iveković  //  Elżbieta Jablónska  //  Zuzanna Janin  //  Adela Jušić  //  Elena Kovylina  //  Katarzyna Kozyra  //  Almagul Menlibayeva  //  Tanja Muravskaja  //  Hajnal Németh  //  Ilona Németh  //  Sasha Pirogova  //  Selma Selman  //  Milica Tomić  //  Nguyen Trinh Thi  //  Anna-Stina Treumund  //  Mariana Vassileva  //  Anastasia Vepreva

Curated by Rachel Rits-Volloch & Bojana Pejic


13 May - 12 June  2016


13 May: Opening Performance by Nezaket Ekici @ 19:00

12 June: Symposium & Finissage


@ MOMENTUM & Studio 1

Kunstquartier Bethanien 
Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin Kreuzberg
 

HERO MOTHER is the sister exhibition to MOMENTUM's 2015 show BALAGAN!!!.  HERO MOTHER: Contemporary Art by Post-Communist Women Rethinking Heroism an international exhibition of 30 women artists from 20 countries, focusing on the role of gender, citizenship, nationalism, migration and personal freedom, as well as the relation between the artists and institutions such as state structures. This exhibition looks at the ramifications of traditionalist political forces as they are unleashed upon women, the queer community and other minorities at a time of increasingly resurgent conservative values. The artists invited to take part in our exhibition HERO MOTHER are contemporary women from places with communist legacies – mostly, but not limited to, Eastern Europe – whose work addresses and defies, through a variety of media, the frighteningly regressive political agendas in many Eastern European countries today, and out this in the context of broader developments worldwide.



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