Eindhoven

city [un]archived

Tbilisi InSights informal archive exhibition opening and city [un]archived publication launch on October 29 / 18:00 at Onomatopee exhibition space in Eindhoven,
followed by a discursive program:

OCTOBER 30, 2015 (Friday)

12:00-13:00
amidst a random group I [Katharina Stadler] a mobile sound installation on semi private/public spaces | introductory session

14:00-17:00
Café Mosaic [Nini Palavandishvili, Giorgi Tabatadze and others] a bustling café as a platform set up with additional screens, etc. to talk over a cup of tea about the background of some of the books’ contributions and other related works

18:00
Pirimze [film by Sophia Tabatadze, 40 min]
The film researches social and visual changes affecting Pirimze, a six-floor building from the Soviet era, built especially to house repair and maintenance services. The theme unfolds to a broader picture and shows what has been happening in Georgia since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

OCTOBER 31, 2015 (Saturday)

12:00-14:00
amidst a random group II [Katharina Stadler]
a mobile sound installation on semi private/public spaces | discussion meeting

15:00 -17:00
Tbilisoba goes Eindhoven [Data Chigholashvili] discussing Tbilisi’s ’city celebration’ while making Churchkhelas (made out of grape juice and nuts) – Eindhovenoba!

18:00
Vere Ravine [Gvantsa Nikolaishvili] & A Bundle [Tamuna Chabashvili] artists presentations and discussion

 

 

The exhibition will continue until November 22, 2015.
Address: Onomatopee Exhibition space, bookshop and office / Willemstraat 27, 5611 HB Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

We would like to thank Kris Dittel for project coordination at Onomatopee.
The project collaboration with Onomatopee in Eindhoven was possible thanks to the support of the Mondriaan Fonds and the Municipality of Eindhoven.

Tbilisi InSights collective members are additionally supported: Data Chigholashvili for his individual travel to the Netherlands by Prince Claus Fund, Gvantsa Nikolaishvili for her individual travel to the Netherlands by ECF STEP Beyond Travel Grant and Katharina Stadler’s individual work ‘amidst a random group’ by Bundeskanzleramt Österreich.

 

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