SIGN Gallery, Groningen (NL)
Opening times: Daily from 12.00 - 17.00 hrs
Exhibition, Book Presentation, Screening
Helen Anna Flanagan
Opening: Tuesday 25 February at 17.00 hrs.
Launch of the publication of ‘Timeline Gallery, fear in public space’
. (Design by Kevin Perrin: laChuteDesign).
Soup & snacks/ Talk: ”Parrhesia revisited” by Bibi Straatman/ A preview of the film ‘Roses’ by Josefin Arnell & Helen Anna Flanagan.
Review (25-2 till 1-3): films, books, interviews, posters, visuals, stickers…
& results of workshops artists with students Minerva
Timeline Gallery, a project around interventions in public space in the city of Groningen with theme Fear in Public Space took place in 2018-2019. After a preliminary conference and masterclasses, eleven artists grouped in teams developed and executed new forms of intervention, using different media. The artists also worked during a week-long elective course with students of Minerva Art Academy. Now an autonomous publication has been printed with a variety of contributions from the participating artists and reseachers; beside that work of the students is showcased at SIGN. The booklaunch and showcase are to be held on February 25th at 17.00 hrs. in SIGN. You’re welcome!
Artists: Alice Strete, Angeliki Marina Diakrousi, Pendar Nabipour, Ryan Cherewaty, Nadine Rotem Stibbe, Jaleesa Mallée, Giulia de Giovanelli, Eric Peter, Josefin Arnell, Helen Anna Flanagan, Quenton Miller.
The project Timeline Gallery, fear in public space’ is project is a collaboration of: Minerva Art Academy and Research Group Image in Context, part of Hanze UAS/ SIGN projectspace, Groningen/ Research and design studio DesignArbeid, Amsterdam.
Timeline Gallery fear in public space Groningen is kindly supported by Kunstraad Groningen, Stichting Stokroos, Mondriaan Fonds.
Special opening times at SIGN during this period: Tue-Sun: 12-17 hrs.