Video-Ausstellung. Descriptions – Georgian Video Art Archive

Video-Ausstellung. Descriptions – Georgian Video Art Archive
Freitag | 12. Oktober 2018 | 12:00 Uhr


OPENING: September 14th, 7 pm – .Welcoming 8 pm

FINISSAGE: October 14th, 7 pm

DESCRIPTIONS is part of the 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair’s cultural program featuring Georgia as its guest of honor. Organized by the Georgian Video Art Archive (Video.Image) and hosted by AF, the show explores themes of independence and dependence – essential aspects to consider when discussing cultural undercurrents in Georgia. In this environment shaped by political and social turbulence, various cultural expressions and artistic approaches have emerged – one of which is moving image. The medium in its broader understanding presented in the exhibition – including cinema, various forms of documentary, fictional footage and video – provides a broad and all-engrossing overview of the development of Georgian socio-cultural discourses. The selected works illustrate diverse time periods and discourses and how they have been approached by Georgian artists, often accompanied by a metareflection and contextualization of the medium itself.

Video, moving image, and film works by the following authors:

Ana Chaduneli, Andro Eradze, Aleksandre Koberidze, Aleksandre Rekhviashvili, Aleksi Soselia & Zurab Tsofurashvili, Gegi Khaburdzania, Kote Marjanishvili, Koka Ramishvili, Kote Mikaberidze, Mikheil Kalatozishvili, Mikheil Kobakhidze, Niko Lomashvili, Nika Machaidze, Nikoloz Kapanadze, Sergei Parajanov, Sophia Tabatadze, Salome Jashi, Tatia Skhirtladze, Tamar Chaduneli, Vasil Amashukeli, Wato Tsereteli

DESCRIPTIONS is curated by Aleksi Soselia & Giorgi Spanderashvili in collaboration with Galaqtion Eristavi & Tamar Muskhelishvili

In collaboration with the Creative Georgia and Georgian National Book Center, on occasion of Georgia’s appearance as the Guest of Honour at the Frankfurter Buchmesse 2018, with the generous support of the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia

The exhibition is part of the Festival – Festival – Young Georgian Characters @AF – For one month, AF is opening its doors to honor Georgia – the guest country at the Frankfurt Book Fair – with a variety of cultural events. A particular emphasis will be placed on the emerging voice of Georgia’s youth culture and their complex relationship with history and tradition.

The Festival ist supported by:
Frankfurter Buchmesse 2018 & Georgia Made by Characters