Posts Tagged ‘ATM11’

Korea, Time, Generation and the Everyday

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Korea – Time, Generation and the Everyday: Contextualising the exhibition in relation to art in North Korea.

‘The formality of everyday practices is indicated in these tales, which frequently reverse the relationships of power and, like the stories of miracles, ensure the victory of the unfortunate in a fabulous, utopian space.  This space protects the weapons of the weak against the reality of the established order.  It also hides them from the social categories which “make history” because they dominate it.’[1]

‘We have read the propaganda, combining revolutionary fervour, the vocabulary of 30s potboilers and accounts of Kim’s visits to potato-starch factories…But who knew that… the mass performances are not only a tribute to the leadership and motherland, but the way that many young people find partners?’[2] (more…)

38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation

Title: 38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation
Location: MadLab (Downstairs)
Description: Madlab responds to Asia Triennial Manchester 2011 by addressing the cultures of the two Koreas, North and South.
Start Date: 2011-10-01
Start Time: 11:00
End Date: 2011-10-20
End Time: 17:00

MadLab‘s exhibition 38° of Separation: Korea, Time and Generation, presents cultural reflections and experiences of DPRK through the eyes of North Korean, South Korean and Western artists and illustrators presenting the practical and cultural aftermath of a divided nation, whose populations, separated since WWII, have spent their everyday lives in very different ways. (more…)

Made in India

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

36khz by Dhanya Pilo

Title: Made in India
Location: MadLab
Description: Made in India is a unique opportunity to see a selection of creative new videoworks from India as the first trailblazing event for ATM11
Date: 2010-11-04
Start Time: 18:00
Speeches: 18:45
End Time: 21:00

Capacity for the launch event is limited, so please click here to RSVP by Monday 1st November.

Exhibition continues through the 5th & 6th of November, 10:00 – 17:00.

Building on the extraordinary success of the first Asia Triennial Manchester in 2008, 2011 will see another ambitious programme conceived by Shisha and presented across Manchester, showcasing the work of some of the best and most exciting contemporary artists from Asia. ATM11 takes place from October to November 2011.

Selection by Ima Picó

Alana Victoria Hunt. It’s a human relations thing Dhanya Pilo. 36Hkz. Sounds by Urban Hippy Project and visuals by Decoy

Selection by Iram Ghufran

Sarai Media Lab, Delhi

Ravikant Shama and Prabhat Kumar Jha. Autopoesis Satyajit Pande. Manus

Selection by Shankar Barua, Director of CeC

The Annual Carnival of Creativity

Suman & Sourav (TAXI). Swimming around Paplu Deka. Cock-Tail

Selection by Vidya Shah

CMAC, Centre for Media and Alternative Communication

Parthiv Shah. Barbed wires and beautiful skies: Looking at Kashmir in frames

Selection made by Shazeb Shaikh, Curator and Founder

Street Festival of Home-made videos

Street Festival of home-made Videos

Made in India was compiled by Ima Picó in 2010.

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