Event: Panel talk at L̶a̶ ̶C̶o̶l̶o̶n̶i̶e̶ for ‘From Flood to Flight’

Artists at Risk (AR) co-founders Marita Muukkonen and Ivor Stodolsky will present Artists at Risk’s (AR) work at the intersection of the arts and human rights as part of the public programme for the exhibition ‘From Flood to Flight; Myths, Songs And Other Stories’ at L̶a̶ ̶C̶o̶l̶o̶n̶i̶e̶, Paris, curated by Elena Sorokina.

From Flood to Flightwill include work by AR-Safe Haven Helsinki Resident Kholod Hawash.

Muukkonen and Stodolosky will speak alongside Nataša Petrešin Bachelez and Pauline De Laboulaye. Followed by a concert by Wael Alkak.

 


Kholod Hawash, Untitled, 2018, Jodaleia
Sirine Fattouh, The Artist is Present, 2019, limited edition wallpaper, courtesy of STUDIOCUR/ART

 

FROM FLOOD TO FLIGHT; MYTHS, SONGS AND OTHER STORIES

DÉLUGES, DÉPARTS; MYTHES, CHANTS ET AUTRES HISTOIRES

ከጥፋት ውሃ ወደ ምጥቀት

 

curated by Elena Sorokina

for the association Portes ouvertes sur l’art

PUBLIC PROGRAM

November 30 from 3.30 to 6 PM

L̶a̶ ̶C̶o̶l̶o̶n̶i̶e̶

128, rue Lafayette – 75010 Paris

 

At L̶a̶ ̶C̶o̶l̶o̶n̶i̶e̶, Elena Sorokina will bring together curators who re-examine the exhibition as an open form, between art and social utility.

Marita Muukkonen and Ivor Stodolsky will present their organisation”Artists at Risk (AR)”, which operates at the intersection of the arts and human rights.

Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez will talk about the 9th Contour Biennial “Coltan as Cotton” and ways to integrate sustainability and decolonial thought within the organizing structures.

Pauline de Laboulaye will present the association Portes Ouvertes sur l’art. This will be followed by a concert byWael Alkak.

Abdul Saboor, Trapped in the Ground, 2018, C-Print

OPENING CHAPTER II

December 4 from 6 to 9 PM

Galerie Premier Regard

10, rue Humblot, 75015 Paris

Ismail Afghan, Nour Asalia, Bissane Al Charif, Yacob Bizuneh, Maral Bolouri, Bianca Bondi, Ella de Búrca, Walaa Dakak, Hanane El Farissi, Sirine Fattouh, Aurélien Froment, Kholod Hawash, Megan-Leigh Heilig, Katia Kameli, Kubra Khademi, Farah Khelil, Magdi Masaara, Randa Maddah, Hura Mirshekari, Carine Prache, Ramo (Omar ek-Zeroual) et Abdul Saboor.

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