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Friday
06
APR

The Story Within and Beyond - Part 3: Remote Passages

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16:00
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Please join us for the opening of Remote Passages, the third exhibition within The Story Within and Beyond program in See Lab’s project space.

THE STORY WITHIN AND BEYOND
4 duo exhibitions and 2 performances

Part III: Remote Passages
Annija Muizule & Katarina Petrovic
April 6th - April 22nd
Opening: Friday April 6th, 19:00 h
Open: Fri /Sat/ Sun - 13:00 - 17:00 h

The Story Within and Beyond examines the manifestation and the potential of a “narrative” from various perspectives and throughout different media. It takes place from February until June and brings four duo exhibitions and two performances of mainly Hague young emerging artists. The artists approach the narrative from various perspectives (historical and symbolic, social and technological, personal and collective identity) and by an innovative, interdisciplinary methods. Storytelling is directly, almost invisibly incorporated in the tissue of their work rather than being the work's main structure. It's See Lab's aim to offer the new project space to artists of different disciplines so they can experiment and create new works or develop the existing ones in relation to the See Lab exhibition space or the surrounding Hague Beach. The exhibitions will be accompanied by public program.

About Remote Passages
Both Annija Muižule and Katarina Petrović use impersonal narratives in the interdisciplinary way in order to create an interplay within different media and to criticize the capitalist techno-marketing society. In a dystopian way Petrović uses J.L. Borges Two English poems (1934) as the input text to deconstruct the language and to decipher Jupiter planetary emissions, and Muižule transforms the visual medium of photography into textual exploration of existential image culture.
text: Neva Lukic

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