[Oberlist] EE* Consequences and Proposals - Biennale of Young Artists, Tallinn 2007

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Joi Aug 16 19:00:44 CEST 2007

Vladimir Us
artist & curator
http://usv.info.md> Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 12:50:17 +0300> Subject: Consequences and Proposals - Biennale of Young Artists, Tallinn 2007> From: moskva80 la moskva80.com> To: info la moskva80.com> CC: info la oberliht.org.md> > Biennale of Young Artists, Tallinn 2007> > "Consequences and Proposals"> 28.09.-11.11.2007> > Rüütelkonna building, Kiriku plats 1,> Tallinn, Estonia> > http://www.biennaleofyoungartists.org> > > "Consequences and Proposals", an exhibition of the Biennale of Young> Artists, Tallinn 2007, deals with the results of the decisions made in> past and tries to envisage the possible future directions. The artists are> involved as an active creative force whose role is to analyse and imagine,> while standing between the fragments of disperse histories, both personal> and collective, both past and looming.> > Consequences and Proposals will consist of two separate shows in one> space.  The first, curated by Anneli Porri, investigates silent spots in> the recent history of the Baltic Sea region, addressing relative, but> often hushed up, underground and invisible, processes in a transforming> society. This part of the show questions the current state of society in> the light of subjective memory. The second part of the show, curated by> Rael Artel, proposes different ways to imagining the upcoming future,> while hesitating between the most positive and the darkest scenarios.> Departing from the thesis that all art making is political, the possible> perspectives are envisioned through a more or less political prism.> The exhibition will be an open structure filled with various positions,> point of views, propositions and opinions, rather than a clearly defined> and closed event dealing with a finished circle of topics. There will be> no easy take-away solutions in the show - the viewer is invited to think> with us.> > The show will take place in Rüütelkonna building - an architectural> monument from 19th century which has served as an Inn of Knighthood, the> Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Library, and the National Art> Museum. The venue is located in the historical neighbourhood of Tallinn.> > The Biennale of Young Artists is commissioned and produced by the Centre> of Contemporary Art, Estonia.> > In parallel, the independent NGO Biennale of Young Artists has initiated a> pioneering project, Public Preparation, which forms a platform for> knowledge production, in support of the process of preparing the Biennale.> Public Preparation is realised by Rael Artel and Airi Triisberg.> > > Up to now, the following artists and artist groups have confirmed their> participation:> > Akvile Anglickaite, Coolturistes, Nanna Debois-Buhl, Evelina Deicmane and> Theo Mercier, Gintaras Didziapetris, Nathalie Djurberg, Merike Estna, Elin> Hansdottir, Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen, Emma Kihl,> Karl Larsson, Jouzas Laivys, Johanna Lecklin, Rudolfas Levulis, Andreas> Mangione and Hanna Dagerskog, Marge Monko, John Phillip Mäkinen, Tanja> Muravskaja, Kristina Norman, Stas Polnarev, Karol Radziszewski, Alexander> Raevski, R.E.P. (Ksenia Gnilitskaya, Nikita Kadan, Janna Kadyrova, Lesia> Khomenko, Vladimir Kuznetsov, Lada Nakonechnaya), Hans Rosenström, Pilvi> Takala, Sigrid Viir, Julia Wolff.> > > More about the curators:> > Rael Artel (b. 1980) is an independent curator and art critic based in> Pärnu, Estonia. She graduated from the Art History department of the> Estonian Academy of Arts in 2003, and participated in a Curatorial> Training Programme in De Appel, Amsterdam (2004/2005). Since 2000 she has> contributed to a number of magazines in Estonia and elsewhere, and curated> shows in Estonia as well as in Lisbon, New York, Amsterdam and Warsaw.> Since 2004 she has run and moderated her project space Rael Artel Gallery:> Non-Profit Project Space.> > Anneli Porri (b. 1980) is a writer, lecturer and curator based in Tallinn,> Estonia. She graduated from the Art History department of the Estonian> Academy of Arts in 2003, and currently participates in the workgroups of> Nordic Baltic Curatorial Platform, organized by FRAME - Finnish Fund for> Art Exchange, Helsinki. She has curated side projects for Tallinn 13th> Print Triennial (2004), Tallinn 4th Applied Art Triennial (2006), and> special projects for young artists in Narva and Võru. Since 2004, she has> worked as a lecturer at the Old Town Educational College and at the> Estonian Academy of Arts.> > For further information please contact:> > Rael Artel, co-curator for the Biennale of Young Artists> e-mail: moskva80(a)moskva80.com> > Anneli Porri, co-curator for the Biennale of Young Artists> e-mail:0322(a)hot.ee,> > or visit http://www.biennaleofyoungartists.org> > Up to now, the Biennale of Young Artists has been kindly supported by the> Estonian Cultural Endowment, IASPIS - International Artists Studio Program> in Sweden, and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Estonia.> > > > > > > 
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