The nomadic, European Biennial Manifesta 14 takes place in Pristina, Kosovo, under the title: 'it matters what worlds world worlds: how to tell stories otherwise'.
With this, Manifesta once again emphasizes its orientation towards the central - decentralized - places and themes that should determine the discourse on the role of art and culture in Europe, beyond the narrow perspectives of the often glamour- and market-oriented art scene. As a creative mediator, Catherine Nichols focuses on exploring and developing new methods of collective storytelling and history.
The Art Collection Telekom is pleased to announce that the participants include also 7 artists who have been in the collection for years.
*1986 in Kostërrc, Yugoslavia, now Kosovo. Lives and works in Priština, Kosovo, and Berlin, Germany.
Work: You used to fly, go everywhere and wake up those who are asleep (Qëndresa)
*1982 in Priština, Yugoslavia, now Kosovo. Lives and works in Munich, Germany.
Work: Its Urgency Got Lost in Reverse (While Being in Constant Delay)
*1974 in Skopje, Yugoslavia, now North Macedonia. Lives and works in Skopje.
Work: Untitled (Artist is Not a Civil Servant)
*1973 in Zhdanivka, Ukraine. Lives and works in Muzychi, Ukraine.
Work: MAMA 16.01. – 19.01.2019
*1976 in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, now Bosnia and Herzegovina. Lives and works in Sarajevo and Berlin, Germany.
Work: Behind the Scenes I
*1979 in Tirana, Albania. Lives and works in Tirana.
Work: Simulation on the Axes 5
*1994 in Gjilan, Kosovo. Lives and works in Priština, Kosovo.
Work: Is this the Island of Happiness