STOP THE WAR AGAINST IMMIGRANTS

The artwork STOP THE WAR AGAINST IMMIGRANTS  was exhibited at four different instances:

2020 – Innsbruck International Biennial of Art curated by Tereza Kotyk, Chris Clarke.

20013 – FUTURA, Center for Contempory Art, Praha. Curated by Michal Novotný

2009 – MS Gallery, Zagreb. Curator Ksenija Baronica

2008 – MoCA, Skopje. Curator Zoran Petrevski.

 

Innsbruck International Biennial of Art

STOP THE WAR AGAINST IMMIGRANTS presents an assortment of broken and battered political banners. Advocating support for the rights of migrants and minorities, the installation evokes the aftermath of a demonstration, while remaining ambiguous towards its efficacy. Their disarray implies a sense of violence and conflict, as if cast aside in the face of armed resistance.

 

 

Stop War Against Immigrants 2013 7 broken protest banners, each 50x70 cm (broken in few parts), white banners, black hand painted slogans. Video - Give 'em Hell
Stop War Against Immigrants
2013
7 broken protest banners, each 50×70 cm (broken in few parts), white banners, black hand painted slogans.
Video – Give ’em Hell
Stop War Against Immigrants Detail 2013 7 broken protest banners, each 50x70 cm (broken in few parts), white banners, black hand painted slogans.
Stop War Against Immigrants
Detail
2013
7 broken protest banners, each 50×70 cm (broken in few parts), white banners, black hand painted slogans.
Stop War Against Immigrants 2013 7 broken protest banners, each 50x70 cm (broken in few parts), white banners, black hand painted slogans.
Stop War Against Immigrants
2013
7 broken protest banners, each 50×70 cm (broken in few parts), white banners, black hand painted slogans.

 

 

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