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Monday 25.08.2014

54. Annale: Great Undoing


Igor Eskinja: 31% red on white (detail)

54. Annale: Great Undoing
Pucko otvoreno uciliste Porec
http://poup.hr/tekstovi/54-annale-great-undoing.aspx

Info

7. 8. - 7. 9. 2014. open: 8 - 10 & 17 - 22 h Palazzo Zuccato and Assembley Hall, Poreč (Croatia)

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andi.bancic@poup.hr
Andi Bancic
+385 91 431 59 59

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http://poup.hr/tekstovi/54-annale-great-undoing.aspx
Pucko otvoreno uciliste Porec
Narodni trg 1
52342 Porec
Croatia

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BEN CAIN, ALEJANDRO CESARCO, IGOR EŠKINJA, SHAUN GLADWELL, TINA GVEROVIĆ, VLATKA HORVAT, ZLATKO KOPLJAR, MARKO LULIĆ, DAVID MALJKOVIĆ, DAMIR OČKO, GORAN PETERCOL, LAURE PROUVOST

Curated by Branka Benčić


7. 8 - 7. 9
Palazzo Zuccato and Assembley Hall, Poreč (Croatia)


Annale in Poreč (Croatia) is one of the oldest group exhibitions in the cultural space of the former Yugoslavia. Established to present current artistic positions, underwent transformations and changes over past 50 years following different concepts and directions, oscillating between different ideas and positions.

'Great Undoing' unfolds in multiple perspectives, dismantling and exploring multiple positions - as undoing the image, undoing narrative, undoing objects, undoing structures, undoing the body, undoing representation, undoing history, undoing institutions, undoing the exhibition. The artists work through tensions, fractures, contingencies and potentiality, reflect and confront the contemporary moment, by fractures and imagination associated with methods of translating or reproduction, exploring the tensions and ruptures between the dominant and visible narratives.

The exhibition brings together various artistic positions that deal with - possibilities, tensions, look back at meta-referential narratives, events, objects; questions the spatial relationship and interaction between objects and subjects, the observer and the observed.

54th Annale under the title 'Great Undoing' was shaped around the idea of 'Ideology of the exhibition' seen by Misko Suvakovic as a precarious atmosphere of conceptualised as well as non-conceptualised possibilities, decisions, solutions … proposals, values, insights, desires and social functions that form some sort of acceptable reality of the exhibition from the perspective of society and culture. In other words, the ideology of an exhibition is not the order of messages that the authors of exhibition are projecting and proclaiming in their introductory or accompanying texts; it is that difference between the intended and the unintended: the conscious and the unconscious, i.e., the literal and the fictional.