— 2018.12.11

Breaking the Code of Silence/Puxar Pela Lingua

Breaking the code of silence Nov24, 11am-7pm AiR 351 Open Studios During my residency time at AIR351, I would like to dedicate my time to Portuguese colonial war (61-75) and how citizens of the world, historians, artists, writers keep in mind this period and its consequences. Often, younger generations do not know what happened and […]

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— 2018.09.21

SUD2017, “La Place de l’Humain”

  Le SUD 5-10 décembre 2017 Festival d’art public Salon Urbain de Douala, Le Salon Urbain de Douala, SUD, est un festival triennal d’art public, offert à la ville de Douala par l’association doual’art. Le SUD s’inscrit dans une réflexion sur la place et le rôle de l’art comme révélateur d’histoire(s) mais aussi créateur de […]

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— 2018.07.05

Traces of War

Traces of War, the exhibition curated by KLC – The Department of War Studies, was used as a back bone for a creative dance workshop uniting young girls, War Studies Students and war veterans in the same space. Videographer Noēmie T.J. Phillipson documented the week long creative process, out of which a short documentary film has emerged.

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— 2018.07.01

Younes Rahmoun, “Badiya/Madina”

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— 2018.06.16

This now 1 & 2, Joburg and Rabat

For the first Johannesburg Contemporary Art Fair 2008, Cécile Bourne-Farrell, independent curator based in Paris is invited by L’appartement22 to select artists according to their specific relationships with Africa. The exhibited works are connecting and tackling issues constitutive of our daily relations & contradictions with this huge continent. Some of the presented works belong to […]

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— 2017.07.11

Contained Measures of Tangible Memories : Indigo Regina par Otobong Nkanga

The installation consists of: a dyed cotton fabric, a video projection, Indigo powder and pebbles on metallic cups. The project was co-produced between the artist and Appartement22 in Rabat. The artist would like to thank Abderrahmane Essaidi, Maud Houssais, Haje and Nourdine Khalid. The multidisciplinary practice of Otobong Nkanga is structured around chains of associations, […]

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