Tag: NSK Folk Art
Everything is ready for the event! Looking forward to see you all at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt.
This congress assembles selected citizens of our State for the first time, in order to discuss the state and its future. This project represents a materialisation of the previously virtual “NSK State in Time” which until
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now has primarily been understood as an art project. Over three days, some 30 “delegates”, commentators and observers will meet at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt to discuss the possible further development of the NSK State in Time. Accompanying these internal daytime debates there will be an evening programme open to the public including a seminar addressing the questions raised during the Congress. The first evening of the Congress will see the opening of the exhibition “NSK Folk Art“. This is art produced in the style of or referring to NSK by individuals and groups from around the world. A first selection of NSK Folk Art was recently presented by IRWIN and NSKSTATE.COM at the Taipei Biennale.
The Berlin exhibition will show for the first time over 60 artworks from the NSK State in Time collection. In addition, film screenings over two evenings will present an interesting selection of extracts from the work of NSK plus related subjects. The event will close with a public party with DJs and live performers including NSK citizens.
Presented artists: Peter Blase, Christian Chrobok, Danaja, Dape, Haris Hararis/NSKSTATE.COM, David K, Charles Krafft, Goran Lišnjić, Lili Anamarija No, Christain Nnoruga, NSK.IS, Avi Pitchon, Alex Ross & Chris Wade, Armin Zerbe
Have you produced your own artworks, objects or designs inspired by the work of NSK and its groups?