Tunis

TUNIS

résidence avec le Goethe Institut
novembre 2017

JURMALA, MAAT museum in Lisbon

Our collective film "Jūrmala" 2010/2016, 9` (Berlin /Riga) by Meggie Schneider, Tanja Ostojić, Laura Horelli, Nina Lassila, Agnese Lūse, Angela Melitopoulos, Eléonore De Montesquiou, Isabell Spengler, Gitte Villesen, will be shown at MAAT museum in Lisbon, Portugal in the frame of ARTISTS’ FILM INTERNATIONAL from 3 OCT 2017 - 30 APR 2018. With subtitles in Portuguese: https://www.maat.pt/en/exhibitions/artists-film-international

DELFI

"Feu" was shown on Delfi.tv this week
see:

http://tv.delfi.ee/saated/minidok/dokumentaal-vaos-loksus-olevad-asuulitaotlejad-tahame-et-terve-maailm-naeks-kuidas-eesti-pagulasi-kohtleb?id=79141958

the comments raised by the question exploded the records, the reactions to welcoming refugees and migrants are what they are, luckily a few are positive are showing solidarity.

TOLM

FEU
the film that I am working on will be shown at EKKM at TOLM
TOLM ’17

see:

FB -  https://www.facebook.com/events/1884484678541034/

Üks näitus vahetub teisega.
Kogu maja on vaba. Kõik saalid.
Mis teeme? Teeme Kultuuritolmu!

KALAMEES

KALAMEES 

en juin, le film est présenté sur le site pointligneplan:

http://www.pointligneplan.com/document/eleonore-de-montesquiou-kalamees/

DIAMONDS

DIAMONDS

the film will be screened within the festival Les Rencontres 
at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (Theatersaal )
on Thursday June 15 - 3.30PM

RENCONTRES INTERNATIONALES PARIS/BERLIN
Berlin | Haus der Kulturen der Welt | June 13-18, 2017 |



http://art-action.org/


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A WORLD NOT OURS

FEU
the film is shown at the exhibition curated by Katerina Gregos in Kunsthalle Mulhouse, France

A WORLD NOT OURS
vernissage mercredi 31 mai, 18h30, exposiiton jusqu'au 27 août 2017
commissaire d'exposition: Materina Gregos

à la Kunsthalle de Mulhouse

A World Not Ours is a group exhibition focusing on the current refugee crisis and issues of forced displacement related to the war in Syria as well as other conflict zones. The exhibition began last summer at the Schwarz Foundation’s Art Space Pythagorion, on the island of Samos, Greece. While the first chapter of the exhibition focused on the experience of flight, the precariousness of the journey and the clandestine economy that fuels the plight of the refugees, this iteration at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse will extend its focus to what happens once refugees have reached the ‘promised land’. The exhibition also looks into how European citizens experience the migration crisis.
The exhibition includes a group of artists, photographers, filmmakers and activists who mostly come from the Middle East or South-Eastern Europe, from countries that have experienced war, exodus and perilousness first hand. They have a proximal and intimate relation to trauma and communal experiences of suffering. Deploying diverse practices such as installation, photography, film, video and direct action, the work of the participating artists provides deeper insight into the plight of the refugees and points to the complex roots of the situation, while contextualising it within the larger global picture.



La Kunsthalle Mulhouse, centre d’art contemporain
La Fonderie
16 rue de la Fonderie
F- 68093 Mulhouse Cedex
www.kunsthallemulhouse.com


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