BOZAR and Goethe-Institut invite you to discover the works of twelve European and Iranian artists in the framework of an artistic research residency programme on the valorization of Iranian material heritage. Exploring a multifaceted landscape, some of them question the relationship between archives and artistic creation and the notion of living archives. Others take a renewed look at the place of the artist in the valorization and reactivation of a former industrial site. Throughout the projects, a sound and visual landscape unfolds that questions our space-time representations and our sensory geographies, our perception and our relationship to the every living thing, the construction of our individual and collective memories.
On the occasion of the presentation of the projects, we invite you to two days of webinars focusing on the role of artistic creation in the valorisation of archives and industrial heritage.
In the framework of this exhibition, we also present the film The Runner by Amir Naderi.
Artists in residence:
Abel Korinsky (DE) and Orhan Kavrakoglu (TR)
Alice Pedroletti (IT) and Andrea Familari (IT)
Arya Arabshahi (IR)
Aron Rossman-Kiss (HU)
Ehsan Hemat (IR)
Goda Palekaite (LT)
Love Di Marco (SW)
Saba Ghorbanalinejad (IR)
Sina Seifee (IR)
Timothée Gauvin (FR)
HerMaP – Cultural Heritage Management Project is co-funded by the European Union, the project is led by the Heritage Management organization-HERITAGE (Greece) in partnership with the Goethe-Institut (Germany) and the Centre for Fine Arts Brussels – BOZAR (Belgium)