ROOM FOR IMPROVED FUTURES Sites of becoming? 2/2 Future Gardens
23 Nov, 2018 -
07 Dec, 2018
Alvetina Kakhidze (UE)

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Sites of Becoming? #2/2

Future Gardens

Future Gardens af den ukrainske Alevtina Kakhidze udstilles i perioden 8/11-7/12.
Udstillingen omhandler vilde haver, havebrug og politik
Denne sidste del af Sites of Becoming markerer slutningen af vores toårige projekt Room for Improved Futures.
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Åben onsdag til fredag kl. 13-17

Exhibition by Alvetina Kakhidze
“Future Gardens”. Before the war in Ukraine started, she had been working on the idea of adult gardens. A garden where the gardener has less control. On a background of 4-years armed conflict she observes coexistence of plants freed from the gardener’s intervention: their active and passive strategies in contact with pathogens. These observations bring hope for the human future without wars. In her project Alevtina gives some notes and designs for gardeners with universal character.

Alvetina Kakhidze: (UE). Born in Zhdanivka in 1973, studied as an artist in Kiev (1996-2004) and Maastricht (2004-2005). She moved to the village Muzychi in 2007, where she lives and works now. She is the winner of the Kazimir Malevich Artist Award in 2008, First prize winner of the Competition for Young Curators and Artists, Kiev, Center for Contemporary Art at NaUKMA in 2002. Kakhidze is a co-founder of a private residency for international artists in the village Muzychi and online publication about art www.kram.in.ua.

About Room for Improved Futures:
Room for Improved Futures is the title of a two year exhibition program based on an international network. The project is initiated by rum46 - curated and organized by curator Agnieszka Wolodzko and visual artist Grete Aagaard in collaboration with the art projects and platforms Trade Test Site, Sigrids Stue, Imaginary Republik and CCS Centre for Contemporary Art Kiev*.  In Room for Improved Futures we invite a diverse group of practitioners, artists, writers and theorists who will address issues on democracy, urbanity, participation, community and hidden economies. The project is organized in 4 public programs each divided in 2- 3 sessions which each will include artists’ talks and presentations, exhibitions, lectures, texts and workshops.


Room for Improved Futures
Link til rum46's 2-årige samarbejdsprojekt 2018-2019