The IZOLYATSIA territory in Donetsk remains seized and the platform has currently relocated to Kyiv.

CRAWLING BORDER

CRAWLING BORDER

11 December 2015—20 January 2016

On December 11, at 6 pm, IZOLYATSIA and participants of the Georgian pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennial open the exhibition CRAWLING BORDER. 

Challenges that Georgia is facing today apply to Ukraine as well. Taking this into account, and given that the Georgian pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia 2015 and IZOLYATSIA’s guerilla action #onvacation encourage reflections on similar topics like occupation and understatement, the foundation shares its platform to provoke further critical thinking and open dialog. Apart from the exhibition itself, the project will feature meetings with curators and artists, as well as lectures and discussions.

CRAWLING BORDER is the reality, which Georgia and other post-Soviet countries are confronted with and which owes its existence to the country’s geopolitical position. Georgia’s pavilion aims to highlight this reality to a maximum extent. It serves as a political and social message bringing a kind of dissonance into the current political landscape of Europe.

The exhibition will be held in Kyiv, 8 Naberezhno-Luhova Street, Second Floor.

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Discussion About the Borders in Our Heads with Andriy Lyubka and Taras Liutyi

Discussion About the Borders in Our Heads with Andriy Lyubka and Taras Liutyi

Crawling Borders: Дискусія з Арчілом Цинцадзе про кордони Грузії

Crawling Borders: Дискусія з Арчілом Цинцадзе про кордони Грузії

Катерина Радченко: Мистецтво в часи кризи. Україно-грузинська співпраця та досвід

Катерина Радченко: Мистецтво в часи кризи. Україно-грузинська співпраця та досвід

Лекция о современном искусстве Грузии

Лекция о современном искусстве Грузии

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