Thursday-Saturday: 18:30-19:00 / 19:00-19:30 / 19:30-20:00 / 20:00-20:30
RSVP is necessary
You are cordially invited to the second project of the curatorial platform "In Art We Trust" focusing on the subject of Politics of Space. This time IAWT approaches the chapter of the Politics of Space through a very intimate sound work, focusing on private space but also the space within ourselves. Geographies of the Places of Imagination, an audio work by Vincent Chomaz, will be presented as a sound installation in the rooms of Grace, between 20-22 September.
Due to the nature of the work it can be accessible by a limited number of people at a time during fixed time slots, therefore if you would like to attend please send us an e-mail with your name and preferred time slot at [email protected] or +30 6972677816.
Available time slots:
Thursday-Saturday 18:30-19:00, 19:00-19:30, 19:30-20:00, 20:00-20:30
As every other of our projects, this is an immersive sensory experience. Your presence is needed.
Vincent Chomaz is an artist and cultural operator interested in associative and informal forms of knowledge production and dissemination. Spanning installations, workshops, publications, formats of co-production, and interventions, his work focuses on listening as a social, political, and aesthetic practice; an associative and empathic tool to investigate collective dynamics as a network of subjective narratives and memories. Over the years, and with a predilection for public interventions, Chomaz has realised projects in collaboration with various galleries and institutions across Europe, Asia, and Africa.
In Art We Trust is a collaborative platform attempting to break down contemporary display practices by challenging the notions of exhibition and curating, by sharing authorship, escaping the binaries of curator and artist, visual art and performance, sound and visual art, event and performance, artwork and object. The consistency of the group is constantly shifting based on instinct, chance encounters, temporary geographies, and social karma. Our common ground is our urge to create environments that can be perceived non-verbally, framed by substantial information on the artists and the works. Our collective experiences are divided in chapters, highlighting the main areas of our interests and research.
Concept: Jorgina Stamogianni
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