2015 11/28 - 2015 12/27

TRANSITIONS | PARTICLES - Noa Yekutieli Solo Exhibitions

Transitions and Particles are part of Noa Yekutieli’s ongoing project Mountains of Narratives.In these exhibitions, Yekutieli creates connections between different memories and subjects by 'rewriting' the history in her own way while questioning the way narratives are built.“I think that our beliefs, ideologies and memory are not only shaped from the place which we live in but also places we visit, cultural behaviours of our family's history and human situations which we see”.

 

Opening : 11.28(Sat.), 7:30pm
Duration :11.28(Sat.) —12.27(Sun.) 14:00-20:00
Venue : Open Contemporary Art Center. (No. 24, Zhongxing Street, Taipei City / MRT: Shilin Station)
 Artist Talk : 20th December, 3:00pm at Open Contemporary Art Center
 

 

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