LIVING ARCHIVE opens in c.off space, tomorrow Thursday 30th at 6pm
»» Living Archive StockHolm Edition: Dada Polis ««
live exhibition, performances, site-specific works, screenings and more
October 30 – November 2, 2014
ccap / c.off, Körsbärsvägen 9, Stockholm
With Cristina Caprioli / ccap, Louise Blad, Andreja Dugandžić, Emma-Lina Ericson, Jusuf Hadžifejzović, Nela Hasanbegović, Elin Magnusson, Svetlana Maraš, MYCKET (Mariana Alves, Katarina Bonnevier & Thérèse Kristiansson), Ofelia Jarl Ortega, Marija Ratković, Hanna Wildow, and Red Min(e)d.
Curated by Red Min(e)d
Supported by Swedish Institute and Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs
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As a visiting resident within c.off center in marginal program, the feminist curatorial group Red Min(e)d presents an inter-active/passive exhibition Dada Polis – the Stockholm edition of a long-term Living Archive project. In the framework of feminist (curatorial) politics, site-specific artworks, performances, screenings and collaborative action are to be created, destroyed, displayed, hidden, collected, lost or reclaimed by artists and participants from the post-Yugoslav space and Sweden.
The four-day Living Archive StockHolm Edition: Dada Polis allows an archive to actually “live” and generate as everyone’s event. It offers a common social imagination of space and time through a collectively co-articulated and mis-interpreted site. This time; Living Archive focuses on Dada Polis Manifesto. As an Off-station and based on the feminist re-articulation of avant-garde, the Dada Polis Manifesto is inviting artists, participants and the public (not) to take part in co-creating a fine-tuning manifest – by every-one and for any-one.
Living Archive is an ongoing curatorial and art project by Red Min(e)d. It has started in 2011 with edition in Zagreb, followed up by different scale editions in Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Vienna and Belgrade. Using the representation and/or public space for living, (non)working and co-creating Red Min(e)d raises the question “who can enter, produce and claim history, present and future and under what conditions?” Living Archive is about feminism, about making friendships, dancing and laughing, or just being apart or together on the border where art meets life and life makes sense.
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