Individual Project

Bye Bye His-Story

Le Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image imprimée, La Louvière (BE)

Eleni Kamma participates in the group exhibition 'Bye Bye His-Story' at Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image Imprimée.

Bye Bye His-Story
History is the emergence of writing, this precious tool that has allowed the creation and transmission of culture, the development of our civilizations in their most brilliant form. But writing is also the beginning of a logic of separation and partition because its birth is immediately linked with the need to record the transmission of ownership in a patriarchal society.

As the first tools for objectifying and subjugating nature, living beings, genres, the written word, and property are at the source of what will create, precisely in the course of history, clashes between human groups, cultures, mythologies, religions, and ideologies.

The multiple tensions and crises of today's world (climate, energy, culture, ideology, migration) resonate as so urgent invitations to decompartmentalize, to fluidity, to the re-creation of links, to the pooling of approaches, of knowledge and scientific disciplines in order to find solutions together.

Participating artists:
Xavier Antin, Apparatus 22, Jacques André, Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver, Babi Badalov, Charlotte Beaudry, Léa Belooussovitch, Aline Bouvy, Lucia Bru, Basile Bruneau, Marc Buchy, Stefano Calligaro, Mirko Canesi, Alexandra Chaushova, Michiel Ceulers, Thomas Couderc, Michael Dans, Denicolai & Provoost, Émeline Depas, Lise Duclaux, Alexis Étienne, Serena Fineschi, Kendell Geers, Laetitia Gendre, Agnès Geoffray, Valérian Goalec, Mathias Greenhalgh, Olivia Hernaïz, Eleni Kamma, François De Jonge & Sukrii Kural, Nicolás Lamas, Hanne Lippard, David Maljkovic, Katja Mater, Fabien Mathieu, Gérard Meurant, Wesley Meuris, Adrien Meurrens, Marianne Mispelaëre, Marlie Mul, Jean Pierre Müller, Serge Onnen, Odilon Pain, Niels Poiz, Emmanuelle Quertain, Roger Remacle, Francesc Ruiz, Matthieu Saladin, Vittorio Santoro, Teresa Sdralevich, Clara Thomine, Endre Tót, Elliot Túpac, Nora Turato, Chloé Van Oost, Daniel van Straalen, Luca Vanello, Oriol Vilanova, and Lois Weinberger

Curated by Emmanuel Lambion

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