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The aesthetics of protest – art and feminism. The protest banners of the Irish Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment
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Kunst-Station Sankt Peter Cologne, www.sankt-peter-koeln.de
October 22nd – 27th, 2017, Dundalk
Cologne German artist Vera Drebusch will visit Dundalk during October to visually and personally explore the border situation and its effect on the local community. This will culminate in a seafood dinner to which we invite selected guests from the area.
Vera plans to go out to sea with local fishermen from both sides of the border and bring in some catch from underneath the invisible border on the water. Both freshly prepared seafood and the opportunity to engage in discussion will be served by the artist.
This dinner is part performance, part intercultural, personal and culinary exchange on the topic of borders.
For more information and programme, see thecorridor.ie/programme
Sep 17th – Sep 30th, 2017 in Belfast, Dundalk, Drogheda, Dublin and Cologne
`the corridor´ is a new arts project from in Dundalk, which explores borders and their political, social and cultural consequences through a series of public talks, screenings and exhibitions. With artists from all fields, historians, sociologists, contemporary witnesses and other experts we want to discuss the history of the Irish border and the future challenges of the upcoming EU border for this area. Our first event series is a collaboration with the 1. Deutsches Stromorchester (1st German Electrophonic Orchestra).
For more information and programme, see thecorridor.ie
February 11th - April 23th, 2017
Second round of the exhibition „new talents – young art from North Rhine-Westphalia“: Ten emerging artists from North Rhine-Westphalia are exhibited at the Kunsthaus NRW in Aachen-Kornelimünster:
Dragutin Banic | Louisa Clement | Vera Drebusch | Julia Gruner | Bastian Hoffmann | Roman Kochanski | Claudia Mann | Benjamin Ramírez Pérez | Sebastian Thewes | Elisabeth Windisch
We invite you to join us for our first collective weekend, AIC ON, on October 21 – 23, 2016, with exhibitions, actions, readings, performances and concerts!
More information here: aic.cologne