june 2013
residence, workshop and symposium
by RAUMORDNUNG eV, Krefeld/Germany

„an eye for an eye“
is the topic of the 3rd international “forum contemporary art” (f/c/a) organized by the Germany-based art association RAUMORDNUNG eV in cooperation with the “South Train Station Culture Center” in Krefeld/Germany. From June 22nd to 30th 2013, artists from Latvia, Israel and Germany work on site to this year’s theme in the context of project eXodus.

Collectors and visitors have the option for purchase originals of artists through RAUMORDNUNG eV for the first time.

This year’s symposium „ poverty seeds violence“ is realized by speakers from Latvia and Germany, also reflected and discussed in public.

Teenage students from cities Krefeld, Duisburg and Muelheim/Ruhr participated within the 3-day art workshops and developed the theme theoretically and practically, and in exchange with the professional artists in residence.

Artists:
Aivars Bulis (Daugavpils/Latvia) · Maike Gräf (Berlin/Germany) · Avraham Eilat (Tel Aviv/Israel) · Sabine Kreuer (Krefeld) · Dmitry Lavrentjev (Riga/Latvia) · Edmunds Lucis (Riga/Latvia) · Bettina Rutsch (Duisburg)

Symposium:
Evelina Vanaga (octopusartprojects, Riga/Latvia)
Michaela Hofmann (Caritas NRW, Köln/Germany)

Curated and directed by Manuel Schroeder (Berlin/Germany)

– Opening: Monday, 6/24/2013, 11am
– Student Workshop: Tuesday, 6/25/2013 until Thursday, 06/27/2013, 11am-4pm
– Symposium: Friday, 06/28/2013, 11am
– Final Presentation: Saturday, 06/29/2013, 6pm

In 2013 the f/c/a is supported by the Sparkassen Cultural Foundation Krefeld/Germany.

http://www.wz-newsline.de/lokales/krefeld/kultur/kuenstler-begegnen-sich-auge-in-auge-1.1351076

http://www.wz-newsline.de/lokales/krefeld/kultur/freie-blicke-auf-die-kunst-1.1357242