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CTRL T: Arhi.tek & Privateprint
Ask the editors / get involved into an interactive project for 1 day
metamatic:taf continues its umbrella program CTRL+T curated by METASITU, metamatic:taf’s artistic directors, with the participation of Arhi.tek & Privateprint and their project Everything you always wanted to know about your neighbour but were afraid to ask. The project will be presented at metamatic:taf for one day on the 22th of June 2016 at 18.00.
The CTRL+ T programme is an initiative aimed at mobilising emerging local and international artists to deploy their artistic practice and develop work in progress. Throughout the year and for a specific period, different artists are given control of metamatic:taf’s physical and virtual space, in order to elaborate upon the concept of CTRL+T with absolute freedom in terms of research methodology and artistic means.
CTRL+T constitutes a platform for artists and researchers to work during the period of time with social turmoil and cultural transitions that constantly trigger new concerns in the field of cultural production in Greece. Everything you always wanted to know about your neighbour but were afraid to ask constitutes an interactive project comprised of a short video and a performance that generates a broader dialogue on topics emerging from the visual materials presented. Basis of the project is the present socio-cultural project context in Skopje, the capital city of our neighboring country.
ARHI.TEK is a monthly publication of the Faculty of Architecture in Skopje, a possibility for critical reflection on diverse topics concerning architecture and wider cultural context determined by the present –time and space –conditions. Founders and editors-in-chief: Mila Dimitrovska & Vlado Danailov.
Privateprint is a newly established art book publisher from Skopje, dedicated to editing, creating and supporting artists’ books, art/curatorial research projects and related publications. Founders and editors-in-chief: Marija Hristova & Ilija Prokopiev.
Wednesday 22 June 2016, 18:00 – 22:00