On Friday, March 24, 2017 NeMe invites you to (b)orders, a screening of two videos by Tony Maslic and Aron Rossman-Kiss followed by, talks, discussion and drinks at the NeMe Arts Centre.
On Friday, March 17 and Saturday, March 18 at 7:30pm NeMe invites you to the NeMe Arts Centre for the screenings of seven videos created by ten Australian artists. The events are supported by the School of Media and Communication, RMIT University.
On Saturday, 4 February 2017, NeMe invites you to Urban Emptiness, a series of events consisting of an exhibition and a performance at the NeMe Arts Centre, a seminar at Pefkios Georgiades Auditorium (Cyprus University of Technology), and in selected locations in the Limassol city centre.
On Friday 25 November 2016, at 7:30pm, NeMe, the Department of Fine Arts of the Cyprus University of Technology and the Leonardo Electronic Almanac invite you to a talk by Lanfranco Aceti and Ioannis Michaloudis.
The global financial crisis of the past eight years is heavily impacting most European Mediterranean countries, destabilising not only the symbolic structures of Europe expressed in its initial agreements as unity, stability and equality but also the idea of what the EU is and what it could or should be.
NeMe with the Visual Sociology and Museum Studies Lab and the Department of Communication and Internet Studies of the Cyprus University of Technology are launching this open call for participants from the arts, design, hacking, architecture, anthropology, technology, philosophy, and other disciplines.
NeMe invites you to the 3rd Workshop for the project Urban emptiness / soundscapes of Nicosia and Limassol.
Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016
On Monday, 8 August 2016, at 7.30pm, NeMe Arts Centre invites you to a short talk entitled Beneficial Parasites by Areti Leopoulou.
NeMe invites you to the first workshop for the project Urban Emptiness – soundscapes of Nicosia and Limassol on Saturday, 2nd July 2016, 10am – 1pm at the NeMe Arts Centre, corner Enoseos and Ellados streets, Limassol.
In light of the art sphere’s focus on infrastructure in many parts of the world, in the treacherous terrains of existing public and private systems, art itself seems to be partly forgotten. At GB11, attention is directed to artworks and projects addressing the agency of art in terms of the question, “what does art do?” A central part of this interest in the performative aspect of art is its projective and imaginative qualities-art’s active relationship to the future. Other concerns of GB11 include the mediation of art: art’s embeddedness in various contexts and the potential of connecting dots between already existing activities and people near and far.