School of Waters – Official Opening 14th May
School of Waters – 19th Bjcem-biennale for young artists Opening 14th May 2021 in the Republic of San Marino.
Platform Nord // Fluks – Centre for Young Art is proud to present artists Hanan Benammer and Bianca Hisse as representatives for the Nordic region at this exciting event.
The curatorial concept “School of Waters,” is created by young artists for young artists:
If we think of the whole operation of a school as a performance, how does that change the ways we teach and learn, or what we think of as knowledge? […] Looking to performances themselves as sites of knowledge, […] we might engage with the public in critically reflecting on and imagining what a school can do and be.
— Lauren Bakst, School of Temporary Liveness, University of the Arts School of Dance, 2019
Due the pandemic the opening has been postponed twice but has now finally landed on May 14th. The exhibition will be open until 31st October, and we highly recommend visiting!
These are the young artists participating:
Noor Abed (Palestine), Adrian Abela (Malta), Noor Abuarafeh (Egypt), ALTALENA (Italy), Marco Antelmi (Italy), Panos Aprahamian (Lebanon), Bora Baboci (Albania), Riccardo Badano & Hannah Rullman (Italy), Hanan Benammar (Norway/Algeria), Yesmine Benkhelil (Tunisia), Maeve Brennan (UK), Johanna Bruckner (Austria), Dante Buu (Montenegro), Madison Bycroft (France), Annalisa Cannito (Italy) in collaboration with Wendimagegn Belete (Ethiopia/Norway), Valerio Conti (San Marino), Selin Davasse (Turkey), Binta Diaw (Italy), Adji Dieye (Italy), Enar de Dios Rodríguez (Austria), Caterina De Nicola (Italy), Marianne Fahmy (Egypt), Alessandra Ferrini (Italy), Enrico Floriddia (Italy), Victor Fotso Nyie (Italy), Haris Giannouras (Greece), Marco Giordano (Italy), Adrijana Gvozdenović (Montenegro), Bianca Hisse (Norway), Areej Huniti & Eliza Goldox (Jordan), KABUL MAGAZINE (Italy), Valentina Karga (Greece), Dalia Khalife (Lebanon), Ru Kim (France), Gašper Kunšič (Slovenia), Sotiris Tsiganos & Ionian Bisai (Greece), Vesna Liponik (Slovenia), DDC – Design di Comunità (University of San Marino), Filippo Marzocchi (Italy), Corinne Mazzoli (Italy), Dina Mimi (Palestine), Tawfik Naas (UK), Eleni Odysseos (Cyprus), Francis Offman (Italy), Mila Panić (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Eva Papamargariti (Greece), GianMarco Porru (Italy), Gabriele Rendina Cattani (Italy), Jacopo Rinaldi (Italy), Virginia Russolo (Italy), Pablo Sandoval (Spain), Michele Seffino (Italy), Selma Selman (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Vanja Smiljanić (Serbia), Alcaeus Spyrou (Albania), Chara Stergiou (Greece), Valinia Svoronou (Greece), Theo Triantafyllidis (Greece), Endi Tupja (Albania), Sophie Utikal (Austria), Marina Xenofontos (Cyprus).
Founded in 1985 as a nomadic platform, the Biennale is organised by BJCEM – Biennale des Jeunes Créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée. Throughout its history, it crossed the Mediterranean from Barcelona to Marseille, to Sarajevo, Rome, Athens and Tirana. In this perspective it has supported thousands of artists from more than 30 different countries over the course of eighteen editions and thirty years. Each edition of the Biennale is therefore revealed with an opportunity for deepening, meeting, mobility, exchange and knowledge.
The host for the 19. Biennale in 2021 is State Secretariat for Education and Culture of the Republic of San Marino, the Cultural Institutes of the Republic of San Marino and the University of the Republic of San Marino
For additional information:
MEDITERRANEA 19 YOUNG ARTISTS BIENNALE
Republic of San Marino, multiple locations
Opening: Friday 14 May 2021, from 5.00 p.m.
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