David Hasert, Cihad Caner, Jay Tan & Mary Ponomareva Present:
The Future of Solidarity
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14:00 - 18:00 | Free entrance
Corridor Project Space | Veemkade 574, Amsterdam
Solidarity is essential to survival. Models of collaboration must overcome the current states of competition. Shifts in our engagement modalities can expand into collectivity, connections and reciprocities. To interpret this direction, we invite artists from different disciplines: David Hasert (DE), Mary Ponomareva (RU), Cihad Caner (TR) and Jay Tan (UK).
David Hasert DJ is the founder of LIKE records and a key figure in the electronic music scene of Cologne. He is also the face of Reineke Fuchs. David will contribute with a new 3 hours set of his own production that relates from his point of view to Future of Solidarity.
Mary Ponomareva recently graduated from the Design Department at Sandberg Institute. Her work focuses on speculations about the future of survival after a potentially life-changing event. In VR installation “Luxury Survival Fair” she is building a dystopian world model that amplifies the incompatible characteristics of the current day ideologies.
Cihad Caner will contribute to this exhibition with DIY Survival Kit (2017) which focusses on how common and domestic objects can be redesigned, translated, transformed in different contexts of civil resistance. He graduated in 2016 from the Master Media Design and Communication at Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam.
Jay Tan will write a text on the power of glamour and its relation to ways we (might) live together. Tan grew up, in Britain during the eighties, assuming all heads of the state were female. She completed the residency at Rijksakademie in Amsterdam in 2015.
Corridor Project Space is an independent and interdisciplinary contemporary art initiative in Amsterdam with indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces. Corridor believes in the importance of experimental art practices that is off the grid from the institutional and commercial circles. It is run by Suzan Kalle, Suat Öğüt and Müge Yılmaz.
Save the date: ADE collaboration with David Hasert live performance, 21 October, 7:30 till 11 pm
The Future of Solidarity is supported by Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunsten, Centrum Beeldende Kunst Rotterdam, Het Mondriaan Fonds & ADE.
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