Cyberwarfare Gallery Opening

24 May 2021, @ Zoom
With Museum of Corruption, Khaled Jarrar, Nadir Sönmez, Darinka Pop-Mitic, Škart and guests
Join the vernissage of Borderline Offensive's Cyberwarfare Gallery: a digital space presenting different online and interactive artworks developed within the Borderline Offensive platform as #CreativeEuropeAtHome extra works.
Work language is English, drinks not included.

@ Zoom

17:30 Welcome by Tiago Prata and Lola Joksimovic, publication of the online gallery.

17:35 Words by Participant Artists.

18:00 Laughing in the Face of Fear: Online Happy Hour!
Serbia
Museum of Corruption
Museum of Corruption is a transnational interdisciplinary platform for researching, contextualizing and displaying a virtual collection of corruption mechanisms, both in legal and in an ethical sense through practical, theoretical and critical assessment using contemporary museology methods.
Turkey
Nadir Sönmez
Nadir Sönmez is an actor, writer and director. He is also a PhD candidate at İstanbul University Theatre Criticism and Dramaturgy Department
Palestine
Khaled Jarrar
Multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in Ramallah, Palestine. Khaled Jarrar explores the impact of modern-day power struggles on ordinary citizens while seeking to maximise the social potential of artistic interventions. Most recently Jarrar has be nominated for the 2018 Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung for International Cooperation, and the recipient of the 2016 Anni and Heinrich Sussmann Award.
Serbia
Darinka Pop-Mitic
Visual artist , lives and works in Belgrade. Attended University of Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences before going to the Belgrade Art School. Her works were featured in several exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the +MSUM – Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova.
Serbia
SKART
Visual arts collective founded in 1990 at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. While experimenting through their work, they focus primarily between the medium of poetry and design. "Architecture of the human relationships" is their main concept.
LEBANON
Omar Abi Azar
Theatre director and founding member of Zoukak Theatre Company. Since 2013 he co-curates "Zoukak Sidewalks" an international performance festival, and "Focus Liban" a platform showcasing and supporting the work of artists residing in Lebanon. Omar holds a BA in Theatre from the Lebanese University, Institute of Fine Arts (2006).

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