28.04: “Mind The Gap”, Cazul101’s group show | Exhibition Opening @ Motto Berlin

Posted in events, exhibitions, Motto Berlin event on April 27th, 2022
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Image by Adriana Preda.


We are pleased to invite you to “Mind The Gap”, the three-days-opening of the Cazul101 group show featuring works of Dan Perjovschi, Anca Bucur, artistic duo SABA (Silvia Amancei and Bogdan Armanu), Nicoleta Moise, Adriana Preda, Ioana Gheorghiu and Megan Dominescu.

28 April, at 6pm
@ Motto Berlin
Skalitzer Str. 68
10997, Berlin

Regularly using the subversive and progressive message in their practice, the artists are invited to reflect on the current political situation due to the high rise of extremist regimes in Europe and build a bridge between past and present, personal and political, highlighting the historical events that endangered the freedom of the individual.

The group show “Mind The Gap” is an alarm signal where image and text communicate to question and eradicate the toxic extremist behaviours experienced by the artists in the geographical space they develop their work.

After the three opening days, on 1st of May, from 7pm, the artist Dan Perjovschi will be present for an artist talk about the synthesis of the last years and the current situation in Europe.

Looking forward to seeing you!

Gagarin #30. Wilfried Huet (Ed.). GAGA vzw

Posted in art, distribution, magazines, writing on September 15th, 2015
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GAGARIN
the Artists in their Own Words
Issue 30/2015

with original texts by Ana Torfs, Hiwak, Amalia Pica, Nora Schultz, Zdenek Kosek, Ai wei wei, Dan Perjovschi

Concept & coordination: Wilfried Huet
Graphical concept: Simon Casier & Petra Fieuws

€17.00

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The Renaming Machine / The Book

Posted in books, critique, distribution, Motto Berlin store, Theory, Uncategorized, writing on January 19th, 2011
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ed. by Suzana Milevska, various writers
book, hardcover, 420 pp, ill., colour
Ljubljana, Slovenia: P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute. 2010

The project The Renaming Machine looks at the complex entanglements involved in the political and cultural processes of renaming. Its main concept reflects the crucial need to question the way these processes have influenced the construction and destabilization of the memory of national, cultural andpersonal identities in the former Yugoslavia and South-Eastern Europe over the past two decades. Alongside the philosophical and theoretical implications of the “mystic writing pad” of historic renaming, the project examines clandestine ideological patterns of the “desiring renaming machine” at work behind the dominant and visible social machines. Particularly with the break-up of Yugoslavia, the renaming “apparatus” erased and overwrote most traces from the Tito era, including the Yugoslav leader’s own name, which had been attached to many places in the former country.
Participating writers and artists in the book are (among others):
Sanja Iveković, Tanja Ostojić/DavidRych, Tadej Pogačar, Dan Perjovschi, Lia Perjovschi, Irwin, Alexander Vaindorf, Sasha Huber, Kalle Hamm, Mladen Stilinović, Hristina Ivanoska, Zdenko Bužek, Barbara Borčić, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak , James E. Faulconer, Suzana Milevska, Aldo Milohnić, Zhivka Valiavicharska.Valiavicharska.

D 45€

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