(5th to 8th February)
Supervisor of the project: Danica Dakić (B&H),
Assistants: Nadin Reschke and Lisa Glauer
21 Master of Fine Arts students from Bauhaus-University Weimar, dealing with the social upheavals after 1990
Participants: Johannes Abendroth (Germany), Alma Alloro (Israel), Anthony Antonellis (USA), Loukas Bartatilas (Greece), Grace Bayer (Columbia) Juan Guillermo Caicedo D. (Columbia), Li-Shih Chen (Taiwan) Ben Craig (Ireland), Xinglang Guo (PR China), Sanela Jahić (B&H), David Knowles (USA), Jennis Li Cheng Tien (Singapur), Angeliki Makri (Greece), Natalia Matta-Landero (Chile), Kimberly Meenan (USA) Yvonne Morales Traulsen (Mexico), Sofia Ntona (Greece), Thalia Raftopoulou (Greece), Carly Schmitt (USA), Rosa van Goudoever (Holland) Eriphyli Veneri (Greece)
Together with the artist Danica Dakić, Guest Professor in the MFA program Public Art and New Artistic Strategies at Bauhaus-University Weimar and Assistant Professors Nadin Reschke and Lisa Glauer, traces remaining after forty years of GDR history were examined in the form of artistic interventions in the city of Weimar. Citymap develops a new reading of the city beyond that presented to tourists in the form of well known attractions: The students from 13 different countries show temporary installations, performances and other artistic activities, taking place at various, sometimes hidden locations, in the city of Weimar in January 2010.
In February these experiences will be carried to Sarajevo and presented to the public during Sarajevo Winter by using Charlama Depot Gallery as base for meetings and discussions, giving a presentation at the National Gallery and a talk on public art at SCCA.
In cooperation with: Sarajevo Winter, Charlama Depot Gallery, National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, SCCA
Artists: Li-Shih Chen, Xing-Lang Guo
The Masters of Fine Art
artist: Ben Craig
Artist: Carly Schmitt
NEW BRICKS ON THE BLOCK / NEUE BAUSTEINE
Artist: Johannes Abendroth
artists: Grace Bayer Prince, Thalia Raftopoulou, Eriphyli Veneri