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Kunsthalle Bega
Circumvalatiunii 10

0747377399

In relation with the contemporary art, the city represents a material. The aesthetic transfer is made by the museums, galleries and alternative spaces. The physical investment cannot be a conceptual one from the beginning. It must be connected with the context, atmosphere, discussions, solutions and impressions. Unfortunately, museums often lack the required affectivity, whilst galleries vanish the artist’s capacity to work freely. Alternative spaces are the only ones adapted to the genuine artistic practice. To facilitate the progression from the classical institutions to the experimental spaces, there is a need of places that embody the qualities of a museum and the experimentalism of alternative spaces. The ideal solution for a city full of art is the kunsthalle, a place which takes in consideration the values of a museum but has the ability to function freely. Besides the social, political and aesthetic dimensions of a city, a kunsthalle brings a new dimension of utopical expansion. Kunsthalle Bega will include from the start this utopical expansion, however it will also experiment with the contribution of the visual aspect to the social cohesion of the city.

LAY ME DOWN ACROSS THE LINES

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Tip eveniment
DESCHIS si la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
13.09.2019 - 13.12.2019
Program
  • 18:00 - Deschidere
  • 00:00 - Inchidere
The research project lay me down across the lines brings together a series of feminist narratives that propose an orientation towards the intersectional thinking, careful to all of the conditions that determine the feminin reality. The exhibition explores the fragility of difference through personal story, emphasizes fragmentation to highlight the diversity of feminisms existing on the artistic scene. lay me down across the lines is a curatorial exercise that aims at suspending gravity in our cultural system of norms. The resulting mindset opens up the possibility for the female gaze [1] to turn inward and formulate its own narratives. [1] See Jil Solloway’s talk on the Female Gaze: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnBvppooD9I