East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
East Mission_Georgian female artists films/videos, Berlin, Germany
Time: 24th-25th February
Caligariplatz 1 - 13086 Berlin
Websides: www.geoair.blogspot.com, www.archidrome.blogspot.com, www.geoairresidency.blogspot.com
Friday, 24th February, 18.00:
Short film program (Diverse - GE 2001 to 2009 - 85 min - digital – Original with subtitles) consists of films and videos of young, Georgian female artists who capture (- in an unordinary/unusual way) changes in their own lives caused by changes in political systems (1989)
To be shown: “Butterfly” (2006) and “Red” (2009) by Luiza Laperadze, “Zahesi 708” (2001) by Tamuna Karumidze, “Let’s drink to Georgia” (2006), “Let’s drink to Love” (2006) and “Georgian Anthem” (2006) by Khinkali Juice (Sophia Tabatadze & Nadia Tsulukidze), “Zeimi – Celebration” (2004) by Maya Sumbadze as well as “Tango Metro” (2007) and “XXI” (2007) by Nadia Tsulukidze.
Artists (Sophia Tabatadze, Salome Machaidze) and curators will attend.
Saturday, 25th February,18.00:
Trigger Tiger Georgia / Germany 2006 - 90 Min. - digital - Original with subtitles - D: Salome Machaidze - E: Jutta Tränkle - M: Tba, Nikakoi, Thomas Brinkmann
Supporting film: “XVZ” (2002) by Maya Sumbadze.
The artist Salome Machaidze and curators will attend.After both events there will be discussions.
Realized by „colabor 2plusX“ (Jule Reuter, Nini Palavandishvili/GeoAIR).
Dr Jule Reuteris a curator of contemporary art, among others, and has curated a Goethe Institute Exhibition in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region: "1989–2009: Turbulent World – Telling Time", Contemporary Photography and Video Works from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Germany.Dr Reuter lives in Berlin and currently works as a curator at HfBK Dresden.
Nini Palavandishvili is a freelance curator. Since 2006 she has been an active member of GeoAIR. She curates and organizes an international exchange project in and outside of Georgia. Her recent projects include: “Dressing Room/Garment Work”. Elizabeth White & Anne Elizabeth Moore in the framework of Artisterium, 4thTbilisi International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events, State Silk Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia (2011), “Are We Again Travelers or Still Tourists?”Artistic city trips in the framework of the IETM Autumn Plenary Meeting, Krakow, Poland (2011), “Time future in the time past”, multidisciplinary audio-visual art project, Batumi Georgia (2011), “IMAGO”, Group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (GfZK), Leipzig, Germany (2011), “Frozen Moments: Architecture Speaks Back”. A project by Joanna Warsza. The Former Ministry of Highways of the Soviet Republic of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia (2010). Nini Palavandishvili lives and works in Tbilisi.
Funded by: Berlin's cultural administration - Artists program.