Picture: Emma Lawrance. From September to December 2018 visual artist Emma Lawrance will be volunteering at Calais refugee camp. Part of her work will also occur in the ‘Support Womens Refugee Camp’ at Dunkirk . Her intention is to find and share ways to humanly connecting with the people in the camps. Emma’s Athens Artist Residency […]Read More Emma Lawrance_Bridging Them to Us_One_Artist_A_Week
Picture: “Merkel”. Collage by Christoph Ziegler / Roque Garcia Bermudez. Credit: Christoph Ziegler “Digitalization is Merkel’s mantra”. EN/GR Visual artist and economist Loukia Richards has been assigned a monthly column by the prestigious Greek political magazine “Defense and Diplomacy”. Richards – a former Reuters journalist – addresses issues of cultural diplomacy and innovation through her […]Read More Letter from Germany_A new column
We are happy to announce our new residency, workshop and exhibition project website! Wir freuen uns, ankündigen zu dürfen: ON AIR NOW – unsere neue FaveLAB Webseite für internationale Künstlerresidencies und Ausstellungsprojekte // http://www.myths2013.net/favelab/index.htmlRead More FaveLAB is ON AIR!
VIDEO LINK: EN/GR The video i(n English and Greek) features our work as artists and curators – aka ZLR Betriebsimperium“ – it was presented at the Symposium titled “Aspects of Independent Artistic Creation in Greece today” at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Athens, 13-14 April 2018. The Symposium was organized by Horizontas […]Read More Fund your own independent art project – A decalogue
Christoph Ziegler performs his ‘prophetic’ “Gloria Mundi” at Thalia Theater Hamburg/Altonale Art Festival 2014. “Gloria Mundi” is a bitter sarcastic comment on the mental and material pauperization of German society. Neo-nationalism, remedies for self salvation and addiction to negation of reality are topics addressed by the performance. To watch LIVE video click on: To […]Read More Gloria Mundi _or_Why perform?
Photo: The mystical rose of Eleusina. Credit: Christoph Ziegler The project INITIATION 2018 // KALLICHORON focuses on „Body – Ritual – Narrative“ as a means to bridge jewellery with the sacred context of its origins and to find meaning in its future development. For 2.000 years Eleusina, a farmers’ community close to Athens, was the […]Read More Initiation 2018 // Kallichoron_MunichJWeek2018: A Jewellery, Narrative & Performance show to reflect the night of the sacred orgies.
In Orthodox Greece, epiphany – January 6th – commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the river Jordan by John the Baptist. In ancient Greece myriad of myths talked about the importance of water and its creatures – gods, nymphs, daemons – for fertility, rejuvenation, forgiveness, but also for oblivion and death. Water rituals were also […]Read More 6 January 2018_Epiphany or Blessing of the Waters