Be realistic – Demand the impossible!

An exhibition with artists from Sarajevo and Graz

Exhibition Opening:
Friday, January 27, 2012, from 6 pm (open end!)
Official Opening: 9 pm

Rotor, Graz

Participating artists:
Lana Čmajčanin / Adela Jušić, Jusuf Hadžifejzović, Andreas Heller, Amir Idrizović, Adla Isanović, ILA, Šejla Kamerić, Helmut Kaplan (tonto), Richard Kriesche, Kurt & Plasto, Mirco Marić, Damir Nikšić / Michael Blum, Edin Numankadić, Damir Šagolj, Nebojša Šerić Shoba, eva helene stern***, Edda Strobl (tonto), Markus Wilfling, zweintopf

Curated by
Lejla Hodžić, Karin Lernbeiß, Margarethe Makovec, Eva Meran

Duration: 28.01– 31.03 2012

Opening Hours: MO – FR 10 am– 6 pm, SA 12 pm – 4 pm
Closed on Sun & bank holidays

Dialogic tours through the exhibition for school classes and other groups prior appointment, 0316/ 688306

Admission free!

Two European cities of comparable size yet very different cultural and historical backgrounds are the starting point for this exhibition. What is on display are works created by artists from Sarajevo and Graz which refer to the respective cities and address questions pertaining to identity and (urban) life. With regard to the subject matter, the artistic contributions explore private and collective memories, hidden hi/stories, transformations and discontinuities in the present and in the past as well as positive fictions of living together.

Film screening in the frame of the exhibition
selected by Lejla Hodžić
Saturday, 28.01.2012, 9 pm
blendend, Mariahilferstraße 24, 8020 Graz

The exhibition „Be realistic, demand the impossible!“ will be shown in Sarajevo in mid-April 2012 , in cooperation with the MESS Festival.

Radio Sarajevo link

Photos from the opening


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