In collaboration w/ Kiev Biennale: Defining Europe from the margins
The European Union has been built with the objective to keep the peace on the continent and to provide a space for people to develop mutual understanding. However, the European Union has never renounced to the temptation of Eurocentrism.
Europe’s challenges today all concern in one way or another its borders and frontiers whether this be in Ukraine, the migrants situation, terrorism and extremism or financial crises in a globalised economy.
How can engaged practices in art and activism redefine the way Europe understands marginality and the frontier? After provincialising Europe, is there is an urgency to reconsider the geometry of action and imagination in and for Europe’s future?
Part of the School of Abducted Europe / Kiev Biennale