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Survival Kit 5: Slow Revolution

Survival Kit 5: Slow Revolution
RIGA  •  Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art  •  Ongoing
According to the curatorial statement: With the strength gained from the peripheries, slow revolution is overturning positions of power and questioning the dominance of the centre. Evolving from the needs of individuals and neglecting hierarchy, the new strategy of survival in the present day is reflected by a variety of artists in the 5th International Contemporary Art Festival Survival Kit 5: Slow Revolution.

The festival, produced by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, challenges the individual to pursue its desires. The list of contributing artists includes Ane Hjort Guttu (NO), Anda Lace (LV), Ernests Klavins (LV), Eva Vevere (LV), FASTWÜRMS (CA), Francisco Camacho (CO/NL), Gabriel Lester (NL), Gundega Evelone (LV), Harun Farocki (DE), Ieva Kaula (LV), Ingrida Picukane (LV), Ivar Veermae (EE), Ivars Drulle (LV), Johanna Billing (SE), Kanslibyrån (John Huntington & Per-Arne Sträng) (SE), Kate Krolle (LV), Karlis Vitols (LV), Klavs Upaciers (LV), Kriss Salmanis (LV), Laura Kenins (LV), Laura Prikule (LV), Leonards Laganovskis (LV), Liene Mackus (LV), Matthieu Laurette (FR), Martins Zutis (LV), Maija Mackus (LV), Minna L. Henriksson (FI), Nicoline van Harshkamp (NL), Nina Kurtela (DE/HR), Oliver Ressler (AT), creative group "Orbita" (LV), Sasha Kurmaz (UA), Sebastian Mugge (SE), The Yes Men (US), Vilnis Putrams (LV) and Vladimirs Jakusonoks (LV).

Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art Website

Contact: Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art
Lacplesa Street 60
Riga, Latvia
Tel: 371 67 03 92 82

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