Group exhibition:
ID: E24.2


Title:

Kurs Tuha




Date:
June 14 – July 5, 2024

Place:
Domie, Poznan, Poland

Curators:
Lizaveta Stiatsko, Zuzanna Szczepańska

Artists:
Alexandr Adamov, Hleb Burnashev, Yauheni Hlushan, Rozalina Busel, Tasha Katsuba, Volha Maslouskaya, Kanaplev+Leidik, Vasilisa PalianinaRaman Tratsiuk, Sergey Shabohin, Yana Shostak





Sergey Shabohin: installation Čornaja žoŭć / μέλασ χολη (Black Bile), 2024


Explication:
The exhibition explores the feeling of “tuha” – deep anxiety and burden on the heart, characteristic of the Belarusian individual and their reality. The ivited artists show ways of transforming feelings into causal power, opening new spaces for action and thinking' revision. They mutate systems by means of introducing minor internal displacements into the discursive regime.

The title critically and self-ironically refers to a quick method of transmitting knowledge – a course – that is, a set of condensed lessons as a remedy for the information noise that causes ignorance and moral apathy in times of a multitude of crises. It is also a language game related to the course as a trajectory/movement toward agency, rebellion, resistance.

Idea and supervision: Katarzyna Wojtczak

Producer: Goś Patalas

Content and production support from the Institute of Art History, Adam Mickiewicz University: Dominique Volkovynska, Zuzanna Bil, Alicja Skruszewicz, Agata J. Kiełczyńska, Emilia Gieda, Weronika Wojciechowska, Małgorzata Gonia, Zuzanna Jalowska, Wiktor Piekarz, Katarzyna Nitka, Martyna Kaspar, Dr. Magdalena Radomska

Visual identification: Emilia Gieda

Catalog design: Wiktor Piekarz

Translations: Martyna Kaspar, Katarzyna Nitka, Lizaveta Stiatsko, Nastasia Zalatarova

Consultations: Sergey Shabohin

Technical support: Miłosz Łaskowski


Wydarzenie realizowane ze środków Miasta Poznania #poznanwspiera

Partnerzy: Centrum Piotra Piotrowskiego, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, KALEKTAR platform


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