FRAMED #23 Kommentare deaktiviert für FRAMED #23SOLO SHOW

OPENING: 22. June 2019, 8 pm

FRAMED #23

Art: Jovana Popić

Music: Daniel Freitag

Music Curator: Yael Nachshon
Art Curator: Dorit Rubin-Elkanati

Jovana Popić

Jovana Popić was born in Zadar, Croatia. She began her formal art studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade under the Serbian State Scholarship for Science and Art Talents. In 2006 she received the Friedrich Naumann Foundation Scholarship and later the President’s Prize toward her master’s degree under Rebecca Horn at the Universität der Künste-Berlin. Other awards include the Sennheiser’s Future Audio Artist Award, Codice MIA 2016 Award, Award of Ulrich and Burga Knispel Foundation, grants of the Trust for Mutual Understanding, Karl Hofer Gesellschaft, the United Kingdom of Norway, and other various artist grants and residencies. Popić has exhibited work in Europe, United States and Asia. She presently lives in Berlin.
My artifacts originate from the traces I find—traces of place, of memory, of ideas and of time, traces of a culturally shaped life story that together comprise something of universal recognition, meaning and value. My works are grounded on a modus operandi that occupies different positions in different moments. My installations are heterotopias; they are based on navigation across a universe of signs and meanings, and inhabit spaces in between, rather than occupying any single place.

http://jovanapopic.com/

Daniel Freitag

Daniel Freitag is a songwriterand multi-instrumentalist from Berlin who made an impressive debut with his solo album „Still“. An exploration of emotional and sonic depths that effortlessly integrated diverse genres and influences into a cinematic journey. Brass lines over old rhythm machine grooves, Beach Boys choirs meeting Morricone guitars and over eerie synth sounds a fragile and haunting voice.

At Framed Daniel Freitag will premiere several songs from his upcoming album. Alternating between electric guitar and piano, accompanied by Nils Ostendorf on trumpet/synth and an old rhythm machine, an intimate, yet adventurous live set is to be expected.

www.danielfreitag.com

FRAMED
ART. MUSIC. FRIENDS

Monthly cultural events, combining live music concert with an art exhibition.

Magical events where artists, musicians and their audience engage in an experience at an intimate setting.

Doors open: 20h00
Concert starts: 21h00

Don’t forget to book your tickets in advance (number of tickets is limited):

https://framed.berlin/product/framed-23/

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WITHDRAW – PART 2 Kommentare deaktiviert für WITHDRAW – PART 2GROUP EXHIBITION

TIME: 24.01. – 10.02. 2019
EXHIBITION OPENING: 24.01.2019, 7 pm
LOCATION: HDLU, Trg Zrtava fasizma 16, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
LINK: HDLU

WITHDRAW Kommentare deaktiviert für WITHDRAWGROUP EXHIBITION, PROJECT

 

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WITHDRAW – INTO THE MOUNTAINS – PROJECT AND EXHIBITION

TIME: 10.06. – 05.10. 2018
EXHIBITION OPENING: 07.09.2018
LOCATION: Shed im Eisenwerk, Frauenfeld, Switzerland
LINKS: SHED IM EISENWERK,  HDLU
LINKS: SHED IM EISENWERK,  HDLU
Withdraw – Into the Mountains, ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt der HDLU (Kroatischen Vereinigung der Bildenden Künstler*innen) und des Shed im Eisenwerk, setzt sich mit der Idee der Berge als Rückzugsort auseinander.Das Projekt Withdraw widmet sich im künstlerischen Kontext den unterschiedlichen aktuellen Rückzugsgedanken, wobei der Rückzug in die Berge einerseits als utopischer Gegenentwurf, andererseits auch als mögliche Überlebensstrategie, kritisch hinterfragt wird.Die Vernissage findet nach einer Atelier- und Projektwoche am 8. September im Shed im Eisenwerk statt, alle Projektbeteiligten sind anwesend. Die Anthropologin Nevana Škrbic Alempijevic (Universität Zagreb), die das Projekt mit einigen ihrer StudentInnen von Anfang an begleitet, wird nach der Begrüssung durch die Kuratoren in die Ausstellung einführen.Anschliessend folgt eine Performance mit Nicola Genovese.Mit Vanja Babic, Nicola Genovese, Luise Kloos, Esther Mathis, Ivana Pipal, Jovana Popic und Andri Stadler.
Mit Beiträgen von Ivan Barun, Katrin Tadovani und Slven Zanki.
Kuratiert von Katja Baumhoff, Bojan Mucko und Josip Zanki.Ausstellung vom 8. September – 5. Oktober 2018 geöffnet am Do/Fr 19 – 21 Uhr und Sa 16 – 20 Uhr.

BEING HUMAN-DIGITAL/ANALOGUE? Kommentare deaktiviert für BEING HUMAN-DIGITAL/ANALOGUE?GROUP EXHIBITION

OPENING: 23.11.2017
TIME: 23.11. 2017 – 24.11. 20107, 2pm-7pm
LOCATION: CAA – Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow
LINK: CCA
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Digital Analogue A3 Poster Web
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We are in the midst of the digital age and what Donna Haraway coined as the integrated circuit of high-tech capital. Digital technology has engulfed all aspects of contemporary living, the web is used widely to make, store and distribute production and services. The technical is now also political – and robots are coming to stay! It is timely to reflect on what it means to be human. Although technology has significantly influenced art making and altered representation, artists still manipulate and control aspects of creation ‘by hand’, often combining digital and analogue forms.A symposium and exhibition exploring the concept of being human and the digital-analogue divide through sound/image will be held on Thursday 23 November 2017, 2pm – 5pm, in the CCA cinema. New works by UWS artists, researchers and students will be featured alongside screenings, talks and demonstrations. The symposium will close with a live performance by Saint McCabe and Robert Motyka.The associated programme of screenings, exploring themes of ‚Being Human‘ by artists from across Europe and beyond will be showcased on Thursday 23 November between 5pm – 7pm and Friday 24 November between 11am – 7pm in the cinema.
Being Human screening programme:
Featuring artists:
Anina Brisolla, Sam Firth, Emma Hall, Matías López Iglesias, Luise Kloos and Roanna Rahman, Andreja Kulunčić and the EQUALS collective, Rimantas Plunge, and Jovana Popić
Curatorial collaboration: Katarzyna Kosmala and Josip Zanki
This event is part of the programme that showcases research centred on digital technologies in contemporary art, creating opportunities for new knowledge, artistic and technological exchange. The event builds on themes advanced in the curated exhibition Azimuth held at the IA Gallery, TMU, Tokyo in April 2016 and at the CCA in Glasgow in December, 2016 organised in association with the institutional collaboration between the School of Media, Culture and Society at the University of the West of Scotland and, Japan.