Platforms Project 2019

When:
May 16, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – May 19, 2019 @ 9:00 pm
2019-05-16T12:00:00+03:00
2019-05-19T21:00:00+03:00
Where:
Athens School of Fine Arts
Pireos 256
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dimitris Athinakis
6945 797861

Platforms Project 2019

800 artists, 60 platforms, 17 countries

May 16-19, 2019, ASFA

KROMA / Platforms Project 2019

How would you feel if you saw a work and the following day in its place was another since the first one would have been destroyed? What can someone expect from a group called the “Museum of Forgetting”? What are the hurting boats and why are we doing this? What is the art of everyday life, wandering and transformation? How are investments and transactions linked to art? How do art, its audiences, workshops and lectures, workshops and educational programs come together in one place?

The Platforms Project 2019 is getting ready to launch and the 800 artists and 116 volunteers will be delighted to welcome you from Thursday, May 16 to Sunday, May 19, 2019 to the “Nikos Kessanlis” Exhibition Hall of the Athens School of Fine Arts, the largest event so far in its seventh year.

To be held in ASFA for the second year, the seventh international exhibition Platforms Project brings together independent art platforms from around the world in an attempt to map artworks and current practices, as well as theoretical questions posed internationally.

60 art platforms from 17 countries flock to Athens for four days highlighting the global network that has been built and communicated throughout the year. This year’s event continues last year’s tradition, with 56 platforms, also from 17 countries, presenting their work, in front of 16,000 audience.

The Platforms Project is an international exhibition of independent artists that work together, which aims to create channels of communication and collaboration, to exchange projects and to promote artists internationally.

At this year’s event, the parallel program is even more expanded, including parallel exhibitions of Greek and foreign artists, talks, with participating historians, theorists and art critics, academics, museum directors, artists, curators. AICA Hellas organises a meeting related to “The Role of Public and Private Bodies in Art Today”, while Painting workshops 1st, 2nd, 6th, 11th, 12thand Sculpture workshops 1st and 2nd of ASFA  will present student works.In addition, the educational program  Platforms Project for All 2019 is designed for children between 7 and 16 years old from the Dutch platform EX-MÊKH, and the artist and art teacher Ellen Rodenberg, aiming to introduce children to contemporary art. During the Platforms Project the children will be invited to create a mini space (mini stand-cube) with paper, pencils, colors, staples or glue. Also this year there is a space for performance art, where artists from Greece and abroad will present their works in different areas of ASFA. Of course, you should not miss the Platforms Project party, which will take place on Friday, May 17, at 10 pm in PIRÉE (Kastoros 78, Piraeus, 185 45).

The project is directed by Artemis Potamianou and Michalis Argyrou. Artemis Potamianou is the artistic director of the Platforms Project 2019.

KROMA / Platforms Project 2019

Participants:

24hrs Project(Switzerland), A TRANS(Germany), AC Institute, NYC(USA), Alpineum Produzentengalerie Luzern(Switzerland), ArtCode(Greece), Artia Gallery(Greece), artplatform | elsewhere / kunstenaarsinitiatief | elders(The Netherlands), ASSOCIATION THEATER DIONYSOS ET APOLLON (Greece),ATHENS STREET ART FESTIVAL(Greece, France, Mexico), Αυτοβιογραφικά Συστήματα/ Autobiographical Systems(Greece), Backspace(Greece), Bcademie(The Netherlands), Binary art group(Cyprus), Bureau d’Art et de recherche, Roubaix(France), Come alone(Greece & France), CUBE ART EDITIONS(Greece), DAILY TEMPORARY(Sweden, Spain), Darling Pearls & Co (UK), DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art +(Germany), Ed Video(Canada),EGO(Greece), EN FLO (Greece), EX-MÊKH(The Netherlands), Exit / Exit(Greece), flat1_offspace(Austria),  Fragments of truth(Greece), Future Scenarios(The Netherlands & Greece), Galleri Konstepidemin(Sweden), H-M-S(UK), ID:I Galleri(Sweden), In Vivo (Greece), IS-projects(The Netherlands), ITSONLYARTS (Greece), KOΡEKT / CORECT(Greece), Kunsthalle Graz(Austria),Kunsthallekleinbasel(Switzerland), LaLa Art Group Greece(Greece), Library / L’briary Gallery(Canada), METAPOLIS(Greece), Museum of Forgetting/TILT(Sweden), Open Y @ (Greece), ORIZONTAS GEGONOTON(Greece), Patara Gallery(Georgia), Penelope’s webs(Greece),POW WOW (Greece), Rajatila Galleria / Rajataide(Finland), SCOTTY(Germany), soft turns(Canada), Sub Rosa Space(Greece), ΤαΚαΐκιαπουΠληγώναμε– Hurting Boats(Greece), Technopaignion art group(Greece), THE M{}ESUM(Germany), TIDAL FLOW ART(Greece), Topp & Dubio(The Netherlands), TRANSFORM ART PLATFORM(Serbia), Und.(Greece), Unit 8 Cable Depot(UK), Various Artists(Belgium), Vita Zita studio(Greece), Wil Aballe Art Projects | WAAP(Canada)


FREE ENTRANCE

Opening: Thursday 16 May 2019 at 19:00

Duration: 16 – 19 May 2019

Opening hours: 12:00 – 21:00

Information:

Dimitris Athinakis: Tel. 0030 6945 797861 / email: press.platformsproject@gmail.com / www.platformsproject.com

 


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PARALLEL PROGRAM PLATFORMS PROJECT 2019

Platforms Project 2019 ‘s Party – Friday 17th of May 2019:

On Thursday, May 17th, at 22:00, Platforms Project welcomes you to an open party at PIRÉE (Kastoros 78, Piraeus, Greece) after the opening of the parallel exhibitions.

Invited are the artists of the Platforms Project and the art lovers.

 

Educational program – Platforms Project for Everyone!

The educational program Platforms Project for All 2019is designed for children between 7 and 16 years old from the Dutch platform EX-MÊKH and the artist and art teacher Ellen Rodenberg.

The program which is drawing inspiration from the spatial design of the Platforms Project exhibition, the Tower of Babel and the recycling of new ideas, aims to introduce children to contemporary art. The art collectives-platforms present their ideas in a space-booth which looks like a large cube.

During the Platforms Project the children will be invited to participate in creating a mini space (mini booth-cube) with paper, pencils. In their small space, they can draw inspiration from the exhibition.

Together with the volunteer tour guides, they will tour the exhibition area, discuss the most impressive works of art, and create their own mini booth- a whole new place that will reflect their dreams and thoughts. The cubes set will create a mini-adaptation of the Platforms Project through the eyes of children.

 

PLATFORMS PROECT 2019 TALKS:

Friday 17th of May 2019:

15:00-16:30 “New approaches to curatorial practices within the residency context’ Snehta”

A discussion panel organised by Snehta. Snehta team will be in discussion with a selection of former in house curators that undertook projects within the framework of the residency. (Panel in English)

Rapporteurs:

  • Μyrto Katsimicha, Curator
  • Eleni Riga, Curator – Co-founder of platform hd.kepler
  • Faidra Vasileiadou, Μuseologist – Curator

Coordination:  Augustus Veinoglou, Margarita Kataga and Snehta team

16:30-17:30 “Sailing from Oblivion and back – A Journey of many Destinations”

A discussion panel organised by the platformΤα Καΐκια που Πληγώναμε – Hurting Boats (Panel in Greek)

Rapporteurs:

  • Nikos Kavallieros, President of the Greek Association of Traditional Boats
  • Nikos Reppos, Naval Architect
  • Faye Tzanetoulakou, Curator of “Hurting Boats” exhibition

Coordination:  Tzimis Efthimiou, Event Horizon

17:30 – 18.15 “The Art of Everyday Life”

A discussion organised by the platform ΚΟΡΕΚΤ / CORECT  (Panel in Greek)

Rapporteur:

  • Lambros Pippis

18:15 – 18:45 “Dérive: Theory and Pracice”

A discussion organised by the platform ΚΟΡΕΚΤ / CORECT  (Panel in Greek)

Rapporteur:

  • George-Icaros Babassakis

Saturda18th of May 2019:

14:00-16:00  STREET ART “The Transformative Power of Art in Public Spaces”

A discussion organised by  ART BLOOM (Panel in Greek)

Rapporteurs:

  • ΣΤΑΣΥ ΑΕ, Communication Manager,
  • Embassy of Mexico: Daniel Hernandez Josef, Ambassador
  • Municipality of Nikaia Renti: Michalis Lagumigis, Vice Mayor
  • Municipality of Drapetsona Keratsini: Vasilis Tsigeris, President of the Schools Comitte
  • Nikos Neskes, Visual Artist
  • Athens Street Art Festival: Andreas Tsourapas

Coordination: Kostas Spiropoulo

16:00-17:00  “Art does not belong to art; art belongs to the world:

Art groups in Greece and their action during the 1970s and the 1980s”

(Panel in Greek)

Rapporteurs:

  • Charis Kanellopoulou, Art historian, Curator
  • Emmanuel Mavrommatis, Emeritus Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, President of AICA Hellas

17:00-18:30 “Ιnvestment and the arts. Currencies, urgencies and investing in the invisible”

A discussion panel organised by und. (Panel in English)

Rapporteurs:

  • Ana Sánchez-Colberg, Choreographer, director Theatre enCorps Collectif
  • Iliana Fokianaki, Art critic, curator, State of Concept Athens
  • Eleni Riga, Co-founder of the platform hd.kepler.
  • Macklin Kowal, Founding director, Sub Rosa Space, PhD Candidate in Political Theory, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Coordination:  Kiriakos Spirou, Art writer, curator, founder of und.

18:45-19:15   «Searching for the European Roller»

A discussion panel organised by  ID:I Galleri (Panel in English)

Rapporteur:

  • Jonas Böttern

Sunday 19th  of May 2019

12:00-14:00 “Artist-Run Spaces: Possibilities, Limitations and the Way Forward”

A discussion panel organised by Ta Nea tis Technis, The Art Newspaper Greek edition (Panel in English)

A group discussion that aims to explore the prejudices, limitations and stereotypes that surround artist-run spaces, to examine sustainability, market relationships and social context and to consider their potential and role in the future.

Rapporteurs:

  • Olinka Varvitsioti, Editor in Chief of Ta Nea tis Technis,  The Art Newspaper Greek edition
  • Vassilios Doupas, Writer and Curator of Programmes, Contemporary Art Society, London
  • Macklin Κοwal, Founding director, Sub Rosa Space, Athens
  • Jasmin Glaab,Artist, Curator, Educator and Member of Kunsthallekleinbasel, Basel
  • Alexander Mood, Artist and Member of ID:I Galleri, Stockholm
  • Maria-Thalia Carras, Curator, Founder and Co-Director of locusathens, Athens
  • Maria Papadimitriou, Artist, Educator and Member of Victoria Square Project, Athens

14:00 – 20:30 Conference Programme of AICA Hellas, “Τhe role of the Public and Private Sectors in Art Today”

(Panels in Greek)

14:00 – 14:30 Introductions:

Artemis Potamianou, Visual Artist, Curator, Director of Platforms Project, Treasurer AICA Hellas

Michalis Argyrou, Visual Artist, Director of Platforms ProjecEmmanuel Mavrommatis, Emeritus Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, President  AICA Hellas

14:30 – 16:15 First panel

Rapporteurs:

  • Representative from the Ministry of Culture and Sports
  • Panos Charalambous, Rector, Athens School of Fine Arts, Visual Artist
  • George Papanastasiou, President of EMST, Athens
  • Maria Tsantsanoglou, Director ΜΟΜus, Thessaloniki
  • Miltiadis Papanikolaou, Emeritus Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • Representative from the Chamber of Fine Arts Greece, E.E.T.E.

Coordination: Emmanuel Mavrommatis, Emeritus Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, President of AICA Hellas.

16:45 – 18:30 Second panel

Rapporteurs:

  • Angelos Antonopoulos, Dean, Athens School of Fine Arts, Visual Artist
  • Lydia Koniordou, President of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, ex-Minister of Culture
  • Dionysis Kapsalis, Director of ΜΙΕΤ
  • Eirini Orati, Curator, Alpha Bank’s art collection
  • Christina Tsagkalia, Curator of Teloglion Foundation of Art, Thessaloniki

Coordination: Bia Papadopoulou, Αrt Historian, Curator, General Secretary AICA Hellas.

19:15 – 20:30 Third Panel

Rapporteurs:

  • Lina Tsikouta, Curator, Athens National Gallery, collections of modern and contemporary art
  • Poka Yio, Director of the Athens Biennale, Visual Artist
  • George Skianis, Artistic Director of Aeschylia Festival
  • Ioannis Tsoutsas, Director, Gallery of the Association of Macedonian Studies
  • Alexandra Tranta, Dr. Archaeology – Museology, Cultural Foundation of Piraeus Bank
  • Erifili Maroniti, Athens Culture Net Initiator-Coordinator, Journalist
  • Fivos Sakalis, Athens Culture Net Initiator-Coordinator, Journalist, member of AICA Hellas

Coordination: Faye Tzanetoulakou, Art Historian, Art Critic/Curator, Special Secretary  AICA Hellas


PARALLEL EXHIBITIONS PLATFORMS PROJECT 2019

OPEN STUDIOS

Venue: Athens School of Fine Arts, Piraeus 256
Duration: 16 – 19.5.2019

1st, 2nd, 6th, 11thand 12thPainting Art  studio and 1stand 2ndSculpture Art labs of Athens School of Fine Arts will present students’ artworks.

6th Painting Studio ASFATheater foyer: Delfi continued workshop

11th Painting studio ASFA, (I)MAGESOUND(S), A Touring Programme of Artist Film, Sound and Expanded Cinema in partnership with The University of Greenwich (Jim Hobbs & Andrew Hill with filmic work by:  Mary Ellen Bute, Stan Brakhage, Bruce Conner, David Leister Guy Sherwin & Lyn Loo, Hiroshi Yamazaki and Ben Rivers Special guests: Maria Glyka, Vassilis Vlastaras


Wednesday 15th of May:

Group exhibition: Young and Restless

Artists:Andrei Nutu and Adonis Stoantzikis

Opening:Wednesday 15 May2019, at Ύλη[matter]HYLE, 13:00 – 18:00 p.m. and at Space52, 20.00 p.m.

Venue:ΥΛΗ[matter]HYLE (Pireos st. 1, 2nd fl. #7, Omonia, Athens, Τ: +30 6947889016, http://www.hyle.gr) and Space52 (Kastorias 52, Athens,Τ: +30 6977041634www.space52.gr)

Duration:15.5. – 26.5.2019

The two independent spaces, ‘Υλη[matter]HYLE at Omonia and Space 52 at Keramikos, combine their forces, with their co-presentation of two young painters, Andrei Nutu from Romania and Adonis Stoantzikis from Greece. This double exhibition expands in both spaces and includes paintings and drawings, that interprets the human experience from the narration to knowledge and from experience to spirituality.


Friday 17th of May:

Group exhibition: Expansion of Consequences

Curator: Guillaume Krick

Artists:Adrien Chevrier, Gianin Conrad, Guillaume Krick, Andreas Marti, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, Noor Nuyten, Dune Teïva Perez, Romain Rambaud, Christos Vagiatas

Opening:Friday 17 May 2019, 20:00 p.m.

Venue:ENIA GALLERY – Project space (76 Agiou Dimitriou St & Marias Kiouri St, 18545 Piraeus, Τ: 210 4619700, www.eniagallery.com)

Duration:17.5. – 20.7.201

« Expansion of Consequences » gathers international emerging artists working around the semantic field of construction/tool/measurement/energy. Guillaume Krick, artist and curator, is interested in how we relate to space, both in a physical and temporal way.

The esthetic point of view is the result of a series of forms defined by individual artistic approaches. Gathering these propositions aims to go further than their initial reception and propose a new interpretation, responding to the shared fundamental question –

‘What man will become in a space continually transformed by the precedent?’

Thus, the visitor’s course around the show is marked by the notion of rythm, like a partition of music – a rythm that is both soft and poetic, but brutal and punctuated with forms and construction.

The importance of raw material is central, such as the prominence of tools, considered as the extension of the human arm, whose motorization gives a disturbing sort of life to certain works. Some of them need to be reactivated in order to assure their impact during the course of the show. Finally, there is energy, the vector of all transformations, change of condition until there is nothing to see but a container, allegory of the extinction of our civiliation.

Group exhibition: Conditioned by Self-Branding

Artists:Clara Juliane Glauert, Guillaume Krick

Opening:Friday 17 May 2019, 20:00 p.m.

Venue:ENIA GALLERY (74 Agiou Dimitriou St & 55 Mesologgiou St, 185, Τ: 210 4619700, www.eniagallery.com)

Duration:17.5. – 20.7.2019

Τhe exhibition Conditioned by Self-Branding isa selection of recent works of the artists Clara Juliane Glauertand Guillaume Krickin which motives such as media screens appear as a visual leitmotiv.

The notion of the absurd unites their work; through the content, materials used and their working process alike.

Guillaume Krick’s work seems to evoke a sort of fake design, without any visible usefulness apart than of a work of art. «La Taberna», a round table, invites the viewer to sit down and have a good chat, however this is impossible, our view being encumbered by wooden screens blocking any direct contact.

In the series «Commandments» by Clara Juliane Glauert. The artist recycles stereotypes that could have been taken straight out of ‘career-booster’ bestselling books. Her drawings, inspired by medieval bookpaintings, questions with humour capitalism as an offical religion.

Both artists examine and criticize, but still take part in the world of high competition. The parallels between their work raise the issue of a society of self-branding where the limits between public and private life have long since been blurred. «I got likes, therefore I am» is far from being as liberating as Descartes’ original has been.


Saturday 18th of May:

Group exhibition: The Whole and it’s Parts through an urbanistique Lens

Curators: Sibylle Feucht for DAS ESSZIMMER

Artists:Paolo Arao, Tim Claxton, Бsa Ersmark, Sibylle Feucht, Hillside Projects, JuJe, Dan Lageryd, Merzedes Sturm-Lie, Alexander Mood, Annelie Wallin, Mathieu Valade, Guido Winkler

Opening:Saturday 18 May 2019, 20:00 p.m.

Venue:Space52 (Kastorias 52, Athens, Τ: +30 6977041634www.space52.gr)

Duration:18.5.2019

The Whole and it’s Parts through an urbanistic Lens brings a broad range of positions and media together that deal with structural, formal and contextual questions, reflecting on relations as individuals and as groups with the Whole that can be understood as communities, societies, urban city structures, the Nature, the World. Despite the fact that through globalization the overall concept that everything and everybody is somehow tied together has become a common ground, life feels more and more fragmented and lost in detail. The one-night exhibition tries to focus on the parts of our lives that form a whole. – This approach also represents the philosophy of Das Esszimmer – space for art+ that wants to promote a polylogue in art and society.

The exhibition will show a selection of Video works by 9 artist’s from Sweden and Canada presented as a looped beamer projection, abstract paintings by Dutch artist Guido Winkler, a textile wall installation by Brooklyn-based, Filipino-American artist Paolo Arao and new works by Swiss artist Sibylle Feucht, developed during longer stays in Ukraine in 2018 and 2019.


PERFORMANCES PLATFORMS PROJECT 2019

 

Thursday 16th of May

19:00 – 20:00, ASSOCIATION THEATRE DIONYSOS ET APOLLON (20), “Tango against Photo”, Joëlle Montech, Elvira Andrikogiannopoulou, Christian Cros, Bruno Geoffroy, performance: 60′

19:30 – 20:10, SCOTTY (26), “Mirror Head”, Karen Linnenkohl, performance: 45′

20:00 – 20:30, Galleri Konstepidemin (47), “Hides and sees-rearrange”, Jenny Magnusson, Patrik Elgström, performance: 30′

 

20:00 – 22:00, Future Scenarios(11), “Working hours”,  Maaike Stutterheim, Giorgos Tserionis, Katerina Zafeiropoulou, Artemis Potamianou,Christos Kotsoulas (Capten), Katerina Velliou,  performance: 120′

21:00-21:20, ΟΡΙΖΟΝΤΑΣ ΓΕΓΟΝΟΤΩΝ – ORIZONTAS GEGONOTON (35), “Shooting Range Ψ”, Evi Athanasiou, performance: 20’

21:00 – 21:45, SCOTTY (26), “Mirror Head”, Karen Linnenkohl, performance: 45′

 

 

Friday 17th of May

 

12:00 – 12:30, DAILY TEMPORARY (55), “Fake Cakes”, Leticia María, performance: 30′

14:00 – 16:00, und. (41), “A Beautiful Gaze”, Kiriakos Spirou, Konstantinos Anastasiadis, performance: 120′

15:00 – 15:45, SCOTTY (26), “Mirror Head”, Karen Linnenkohl, performance: 45′

15:00 – 17:00, LaLa Art Group (2), “Casting from Nature – Small Copies”, Angela Brisnovali, performance: 120′

17:00 – 17:30, Galleri Konstepidemin (47), “Hides and sees-rearrange”, Jenny Magnusson, Patrik Elgström, performance: 30′

16:00 – 16:30, Kunsthalle Graz (56), “Utopian net//works”, studio ASYNCHROME, talk/presentation/performance: 30′

17:00 – 17:45, SCOTTY (26), “Mirror Head”, Karen Linnenkohl, performance: 45′

18:00 – 18:15, Wil Aballe Art Projects | WAAP (13), “Pedestrian Protest”, Joëlle Montech, Evann Siebens, performance: 15′

18:00 – 18:30, und. (41), “Promenade tour ”, Kiriakos Spirou,  performance: 30′

18:00 – 20:00, Future Scenarios(11), “Working hours”,  Maaike Stutterheim, Giorgos Tserionis, Katerina Zafeiropoulou, Artemis Potamianou, Christos Kotsoulas (Capten), Katerina Velliou,  performance: 120′

19:00 – 19:05, In Vivo (9), “outfit”, Andres Sitorengo, Eleftheria Stamatis, Konstantinos Tiligadis, Nikos Podias, Ioanna Myrka, Faye Tzanetoulakou,  performance: 5′

19:00-21:00, Sub Rosa Space (44), “The morning, the morning, the morning”, Lucia Bricco,  performance: 120′


Saturday 18th of May

14:00 – 15:00, ASSOCIATION THEATRE DIONYSOS ET APOLLON (20), “Body Abyme 1”, Joëlle Montech, Christian Cros, Maxime Boulenger, Άλκης Φοίβος, Panagiotis Tsoumas, performance: 60′

15:00 – 15:30, Galleri Konstepidemin (47), “Hides and sees-rearrange”, Jenny Magnusson, Patrik Elgström, performance: 30′

15:00 – 15:45, SCOTTY (26), “Mirror Head”, Karen Linnenkohl, performance: 45′

15:45 – 16:15, soft turns (16), “EMATERIAL ”, SES Guelph, talk-workshop: 30′

15:00 – 17:00, LaLa Art Group (2), “Casting from Nature – Small Copies”, Angela Brisnovali, performance: 120′

16:00 – 16:30, Kunsthalle Graz (56), “Utopian net//works”, studio ASYNCHROME, talk/presentation/performance: 30′

17:00 – 17:45, SCOTTY (26), “Mirror Head”, Karen Linnenkohl, performance: 45′

18:00 – 20:00, Future Scenarios(11), “Working hours”,  Maaike Stutterheim, Giorgos Tserionis, Katerina Zafeiropoulou, Artemis Potamianou,Christos Kotsoulas (Capten), Katerina Velliou, performance: 120′

19:00 – 21:00, ASSOCIATION THEATRE DIONYSOS ET APOLLON (20), “Body Abyme 2”, Bruno Geoffroy, Florence Nau, Joëlle Montech, performance:: 120′

19:30 – 19:50, Έξοδος / Εxit (51), “EXIT”, Niki Zahari, performance: 20′

20:30 – 21:00, Galleri Konstepidemin (47), “Hides and sees-rearrange”, Jenny Magnusson, Patrik Elgström, performance: 30′


Sunday 19thof May

12:00-21:00, Sub Rosa Space (44), “The morning, the morning, the morning”, Lucia Bricco, durational performance

15:00 – 17:00, LaLa Art Group (2), “Casting from Nature – Small Copies”, Angela Brisnovali, performance: 120′

17:00 – 18:00, und. (41), “J[US]T 5 Micropolies – Athens”, Ana Sánchez-Colberg, performance: 60′

18:00 – 20:00, Future Scenarios(11), “Working hours”,  Maaike Stutterheim, Giorgos Tserionis, Katerina Zafeiropoulou, Artemis Potamianou,Christos Kotsoulas (Capten), Katerina Velliou, performance: 120′

19:00 – 20:00, Backspace (29), “Breaking the Closet”, Katerina Botsari, Eleanna Balesi (Bo.Ba. Art Crew), Eva Papatzani (Phd Candidate NTUA, Researcher Research Centre For the Humanities), Open Discussion: 120′

19:00-21:00, Sub Rosa Space (44), “The morning, the morning, the morning”, Lucia Bricco,  performance: 120′

19:15 – 19:30, Penelope’s webs (21), “it’s my turn to turn”, Δανάη Παπουτσή, performance: 15′

21:00-21:20, ΟΡΙΖΟΝΤΑΣ ΓΕΓΟΝΟΤΩΝ – ORIZONTAS GEGONOTON (35), “Shooting Range Ψ”, Evi Athanasiou, performance: 20’


Unexpected performances:

Galleri Konstepidemin (47), “Preparation for a revolution”, Anna Carlson,  performance

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