29 November 2023
BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF — WHAT REMAINS TO BE SEEN?
Maria Gvardeitseva's performance will explore the social taboos imposed on memory and the so-called minefields of memory that we are re-experiencing due to the new and ongoing wars around us. Performance participants will join the so-called memory table as a space of transformative grief, a dialog with the past and the present. How to distinguish between dogs and wolves? Friends and enemies? Phantasm from ideology? What remains to be seen?
Feelium Gallery & Studios
7 Kensington Mall, London W8 4EB, UK
9 May 2023
NE-NOVĒRTĒJAMS / PRICE-LESS
The performance will take place in a cell-like space and draws on elements of collective memory to create an engaging experience for the audience. Maria Gvardeitseva explores official and individual memories of wars and traumatic events. She offers visitors to join a so-called memorial table as a space of transforming grief and sorrow, and a dialog with the past. What new taboos and what new minefields of memory will emerge?
Aristida Briāna 9, Rīga