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Exhibition: Romani Čhib | Romani Language

Reinhardtstraße 41-43 10117 Berlin - zum Stadtplan
Freitag 05.11.2021 bis Donnerstag 31.03.2022 - Anfangszeit: :00 Uhr
Kategorie: Kunst
5 November 2021 - 31 March 2022
10-17h
Location: Reinhardtstraße 41-43, 10117 Berlin
free entry

Exhibited artists:
Marina Rosselle
www.marinarosselle.fr 

Nataliia Tomenko
https://natalitomenko1994.wixsite.com/mysite

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[ROM]
ROMANI ČHIB

O libe samate thaj o barjaripe le čhibjako si jekh fundamentalo (khetano) čačipe le minoritetengo. Kadalake si but vašno te keren pes institucionalo thaj edukacionalo šajmata. Kadja šaj te khelen jekh vašno rolo ando alosaripe le kurikulako thaj le siklimaske čhibjako thaj sa kadja, reprezentisarel o šerutnipe le minoritetako kaj mekel lan te sikavel butja andar i komuniteta, i edukacia, i kultura, i religia, e socialo butja thaj o hulavipe le informaciako. Sa kadala šaj te ovel len sukceso vaš jekh socialo-politikano paruvipe savo kerel nevi evaluacia pal sasto klasično filozofikano matrikso le themesko ande jekh rig, kaj thol telal o pučipe i pašutni relacia maškar o moderniteto thaj e dominanto lingvistikane grupurja, kerindos aktivo politikanes i lingvistikani komuniteta le minoritetake kulturaki thaj e kritukurja, ande aver rig. Le čhibjako teoristo James Tollefson del eksplanacia pal o fakto ke e strukture katar e dominanto kulture šaj te oven paruvde vaš e lingvistikane performance kerde katar e minoritetake komunitete (Tollefson 1991:202). I edukacia na-i jekh than neutralo thaj autonomo obiektivno džanimatengo; kontrarno, trebal te ovel dikhli sar jekh andar e maj vašno psiho-socialo thana vaš o maripe kontra e socio-kulturalo bisajekhimata, jekh zorali arena vaš e transformativo politike.

Kadaja ekshibicia si jekh investigacia ande aspekturja le romane identitetake thaj lengo komplekso phandipe le čhibjasa thaj le verver sistemurjenca kaj anen džanimata. Kana varesave phenimata, ekspresie thaj definicie eksistuin toke andi Romani čhib thaj si uniko, aver si ande jekh zoralo kontrasto le hatjarimasa kaj si dino kodole alavenge katar i madžoritarno kultura. Jekh sivipe maškar duj verver artistikane alavarja kerde katar i Marina Rosselle (FR) thaj i Natali Tomenko (UKR) del inspiracia vaš jekh buhlo rodipe pal o rolo kaj khelel les i produkcia le čhibjaki thaj le hatjarimaski pal e strategie vaš o vazdipe le lumjako andi koncepcia le minoritarno kulturalo produkatorjengi.

[EN]
ROMANI LANGUAGE Safeguarding and developing language is a fundamental (collective) right of minorities. Thus, it is essential to establish and manage institutional and educational frameworks. These can play a decisive role in the choice of curriculum and language of instruction as well as represent minoritarian leadership that allows to curate areas of community, education, culture, religion, social affairs and dissemination of information. All this can only be successful through a socio-political change that completely re-evaluates the classical philosophical matrix of the nation-state on the one hand, that questions the intimate relationship between modernity and dominant linguistic groups by politically activating the linguistic community of minoritarian culture and criticism makers on the other. Language theorist James Tollefson explicates that structures of dominant cultures can be changed through linguistic performances of minoritarian communities. (Tollefson 1991:202). Education is not a space of neutral and autonomous, objective knowldedge; on the contrary, it has to be seen as one of the main psycho-social sites for the struggle to break down socio-cultural inequalities, an iconic arena for transformative politics.

The present exhibition is an investigation into aspects of Roma identity and their complex entanglement with language and different systems of knowledge production. While some notions, expressions and definitions only exist in, and are thus unique to, the Romani language, others are in stark contrast to the meaning commonly assigned to those words by majoritarian culture. In a weave of two different artistic vocabularies by Marina Rosselle (FR) and Natali Tomenko (UKR) inspire an in-depth examination of how language and meaning production play into the world-building strategies of minoritarian cultural producers.

von: ERIAC - European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture

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