‘Hinterland’ installation in Post-Peace exhibition at Wuttembergischen Kunstverein Stuttgart
‘Hinterland’* after ‘Stage for Tragedy’ (interpretation of Alexandra Exter’s drawing for a stage setting for a tragedy in 1924) at Post-Peace** exhibition at Wuttembergischen-Kunstvereins from 24th Feb. (opening) to 7th May 2017.
24th February: Ongoing performance ‘I Must Seek Refuge Again‘
26th February: Ammunition boxing*** Performative talk (Schlossplaz and Stuttgart Central Station) starts at Schlossplaz with quatrains by 11th century Persian poet Baba Tahir and reading of The Schuman Declaration (from 9 May, 1950), Ammunition boxing will round up with The Laments of the Anonymous Stateless Immigrants — the story of ‘Consumer’s Control’, a post-artistic anti-fascist performance by Ehsan Fardjadniya at Stuttgart train station.
*Hinterland is a place between two lands
it isn’t the mainland, it isn’t my motherland
They say it is a port of fabrication, with no shine in its sand
you should leave from it, as far as you can