© Daniil Revkovskiy / Andriy Rachinskiy
Selected by Yevheniia Havrylenko, guest curator Ernst von Siemens Kunststiftung and the HERMANN REEMTSMA STIFTUNG at Kunsthaus Dahlem, Berlin since April 2022
Thursday, 23 March 2023 | 7 pm
Hyper Cultural Passengers (HyCP) e.V.
Sieldeich 36 | 20539 Hamburg-Veddel
> HyCP Veddel Space
As part of the event »#Ukraine. How does it feel?« Hyper Cultural Passengers e.V. is showing the samed titled video and film programme. Selected by the Ukrainian curator Yevheniia Havrylenko, the screening was presented for the first time in November 2022 in Berlin within the series »SAMPLE Europe« at the Babylon.
The programme is a response to the Russian invasion, featuring videos made before and after 24 February 2022. Some of the works deal with dangers that are hard to grasp as they spread silently and subliminally within society, reflecting in different ways on forms of paralysis by melancholy or self-destruction. Others deal directly with the ongoing war situation in Ukraine. The selection of videos is very diverse in terms of style and content, allowing current experiences to be discussed as variously as possible.
Featuring works by:
Zoya Laktionova | Three practices on realism (Alexandr Len / Nadiia Rohozhyna) | Vitalii Havura | Daniil Revkovskiy / Andriy Rachinskiy | Vitaly Yankovy | Artur Soletskyi | Mariya Vasilyeva | Danylo Halkin
Since 2008, the »SAMPLE« series has been showing works from the Deutscher Künstlerbund video archive. The steadily growing archive now includes work by more than 140 international artists. The screenings foster active networking and exchange between artists.
In 2019, the series was expanded to include »SAMPLE Europe«, a format designed to promote a pluralist Europe, cosmopolitan cultural life, and cross-border dialogue between art institutions. This cooperation will be pursued in the years to come.
Additional events at the Hyper Cultural Passengers:
Friday, 24 March 2023 | 3 - 6 pm a workshop for young artists
Sunday, 26 March 2023 | 3 - 8 pm Co-Cooking - Veddel meets Ukraine
The programme in Hamburg is supported by the Behörde für Kultur und Medien and the Bezirksamt Hamburg Mitte