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In Transition Russia 2008 - call for entries

http://www.neme.org/blog/it2008-call

We are currently seeking submissions to be included in the project “In Transition Russia 2008” which is an international interdisciplinary exhibition and conference dedicated to making visible and creating dialogue about displacement as a result of war, globalization, and socio-economic, religious, race, gender and class tensions. It will take place at the National Centres of Contemporary Art, Yekaterinburg and Moscow, Russian Federation between 16th October and 22nd December 2008.

This exhibition is a continuation of the project initiated by Helene Black and Sheila Pinkel, In Transition Cyprus 2006 which took place in Limassol, Cyprus in October 2006. It included the work of 87 artists from 31 countries and incorporated an opening series of lectures during the exhibition geared at creating consciousness and dialogue about global displacement.

“In Transition Russia 2008” is a NeMe project presented by the Independent Museum of Contemporary Art (IMCA) in collaboration with the National Centres of Contemporary Art (NCCA), Yekaterinburg and Moscow, The Academy of Contemporary Art and the Ural State Gorky University (USU), Yekaterinburg.

  • Deadline: 20 December, 2007
  • Exhibition dates: 16/10/2008 – 22/12/2008
  • Exhibition Venues: NCCA, Yekaterinburg and Moscow, Russia
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