TERRITORY,  two-channel video installation, HD-loop, 21:00 min, color, sound, life-size projection onto two the floor, 280 cm x 498 cm, 2016  ©Yvon Chabrowski & VG Bildkunst, 2018

Artists Names :Yvon Chabrowski & Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat
Curated by Kira Dell

How do I position myself as an individual person within our society’s constructed boundaries and what influence does my self-positioning have on those same boundaries? That’s the question Yvon Chabrowski and Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat have devoted themselves to within the exhibition Territory, which takes place as a collaboration between uqbar and COPYRIGHTberlin. The artists are focusing on the drawn boundaries of global territories as well as the boundaries of personal space – the outlines/contours of our individual comfort zones.

Two workshops, based on the Brazilian theatre director Augusto Boal’s methods, replenish the exhibition both in terms of space and content. The workshops are a cooperation with the theatre project space KURINGA. Both artists constantly expand their artistic practice through Boal’s image and statue theatre method which they use to aesthetically explore oppression within the territories of our society. The performances that will evolve during the workshops will be presented at the finnissage.

Project spaces

uqbar & COPYRIGHTberlin
Schwedenstr. 16
D-13357 Berlin

26 Mar - 27 May (Finissage with performances 27 May, 16.00h)
Opening hours for this exhibition: Friday and Saturday, 2.30 – 6.30 p.m., and by appointment



Sun, 25 Mar, 16.00h
26 Mar 201827 May 2018

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