CHAPTER II (Hyperlokal @ Athens)

How to talk about art and war? How to talk about art and crisis? This is the topic of Chapter II of The War and Peace Project . Join us on Friday, 7 April, 6 pm, in Athens for an encounter with Georgios Papadopoulos*Circuits and Currents, a space run by students of the Athens School of Fine Arts, will host Chapter II. Hyperlokal goes to Athens, come with us.

Address:
Circuits and Currents
Notara 13 & Tositsa, Exarcheia
10683, Athens, Greece

 

 * Georgios Papadopoulos combines economics and philosophy with an exploratory artistic practice. His work investigates alternative economic spaces and their impact on the subject. In 2012 he won the Vilém Flusser Award for Artistic Research by the transmediale festival and the University of the Arts (UdK) in Berlin. He has presented his work at the ICA (London), KIASMA (Helsinki), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), MQ21 (Vienna), the Museum of Conemporary Arts (Warsaw), the Judson Church (NYC) and the Acropolis Museum (ATH). Papadopoulos is the manager of the annual performance festival of the Athens School of Fine Arts, ASFA BBQ. He has published two books and a series of papers in academic journals, and edited volumes.

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CHAPTER I

Join us on 2 March, 2017, 8 pm for the initial chapter of The War and Peace Project at Hyperlokal Zurich, Grubenstrasse 39. We are going to have borscht, drink vodka, and plaster the whole place with Tolstoy’s book. Maybe we have a reading, maybe not. We might tattoo Tolstoy’s face on our backs, we might not. The fabulous Tobias Mahogany and Régis Vuilliomenet will provide us with some peace and war music. Join us for the plastering, the borscht, the peace, the war.

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