Exhibition: Batumi Photo Days – MirrorLand
Auftraggeber_in: Leopardskin & Limes
Ort: Batumi, Georgien + Korea
Having worked on trees and mirrored images a bit over the summer I felt drawn to apply and also got accepted. My pictures have been up on the walls of a street in Batumi, Georgia last month and will now travel for another exhibition to Korea.
Very exciting 🙂
Double standards that our society share with the false structures, lost and messed
up meanings and values come across with the traditions and established rules.
No time to stop no time to analyze.
The exhibition envisages to bring personal experience of the artists from around the globe, to reflect the issues in their countries, through their practices, things, and topics they want to bring up, in relevance to the main concept of the PhotoDays, such as injustice and fake reality, people are forced to live in, or any other significant stories that will make us stop and think of why we are here what can we do with our life, how can we contribute the world to make if a better place.
The main show MirrorLand took place in an outdoor space in Batumi, Z. Gamsakhurdia 29, from August 30th until September 15th, 2019.
And as things go, one day during the exhibition I received a message from a German person I had been in contact with more than ten years ago about working in Ukraine, who went to Batumi for a short trip and recognized my name in the exhibition. 🙂
So, I’m happy my pictures were a part of this, amongst so many other wonderful photographers. Please download the catalogue below to see who else was in the exhibition and I will post more about the upcoming exhibition in Korea once I know the details.
About Leopardskin & Limes
“We want to bring out the very best stories and poetry that we can get our grubby little mittens on. Writing that crosses borders (metaphorically and literally) effortlessly. That makes us feel things that we didn’t know we could feel, or simply just entertain the pants off of us.
Based in Berlin, amidst an ever-changing city that is wonderfully queer and diverse, we hope to find like-minded writers the world over and make one big, happy, global community of really lovely writers!
Contact: info [at] leopardskinandlimes.com”