Presentation and Conversation with artist duo HUNITI GOLDOX


Friday 15 April, 7 p.m

Tulla – Culture Center

Tirana Art Lab – Center for Contemporary Art and Tulla – Culture Center have the pleasure to invite you for a presentation and conversation with artist duo HUNITI GOLDOX, currently in residency at ​​Tirana Art Lab as part of the Beyond Matter project. The duo is interested in geopolitical realities and exploring ways of communicating the interventions on waters that span temporal and spatial landscapes through new media tools. In Tirana, they came across many water bodies and digital renderings that are emblematic of the constant search for the novel and the new through fast-paced landscape modification.

By also sharing content from previous research projects and giving access to digital matter, the duo hopes to open up a space to think and unpack the lines of power that affect present ecological concerns such as intervention, extraction and dispossession. As part of their contextual research in Tirana they wish to have a dialogue with the guests on the topic.

HUNITI GOLDOX is an artist duo consisting of Areej Huniti and Eliza Goldox. They have been active for over 2,5 years now and reside between Germany and Jordan. In their practice they are interested in geopolitical realities, marginalised oral histories and contextual research. They like to utilise new media tools, video art, conversations and writing. When working, they try to think of formats that can involve different voices and beings, be this human and nonhuman, such as workshops, excursions and interventions. This stems from the desire to create moments for collective imagining and re-imagining, to collapse dominant narratives and fixed geographies. Their work got exhibited at Darat Al Funun, The MMAG Foundation & The Jordan National Gallery and Goethe Institute in Amman, SomoS Art House in Berlin, School Of Waters/ Biennale Mediterranea in San Marino, Sheffield Doc Fest and will be shown in Transmediale Berlin, Dream City in Tunis and D21 in Leipzig.

Co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union and German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media
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