In meinen Kalender importieren (ICS)

Exhibition opening and live sound art

Eugen schönhaar strasse 6a 6a 10407 Berlin - zum Stadtplan
Dienstag 19.02.2019 bis Samstag 02.03.2019 - Anfangszeit: 15:00 Uhr
Kategorie: Kleinkunst
20.2.-2.3.2019
Julia Kukkonen -
How to hug an evaporating tree or keep on dancing until the sunset / stoic exercises for the world’s end

Opening: February 19th, 19-21h Welcome Welcome -Sound
artist Wild Anima wants to perform at the opening , www.wildanimamusic.com
-Participatory closing ceremony in collaboration with Wild Anima on Sat March 2nd 15-17h.

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It all started from the internalization of the current estimate that “due to the climate change the humankind has only a 50 percent chance of survival to the next century on this planet.” The world I know and so deeply love is dying and we are dying with it.

The process has emerged from the need to deal with the grief and hopelessness that arise from this finality and lost futures. How to face the death of Earth, our mutual home, or the extinction of humankind. I am pondering what matters when we are looking at the end of the horizon or on the other hand, if there is something I could do. How can you help individual the planet, the humankind, or themselves? How to keep a living on a dying planet?

The works - the text, photographs, video performances, sculptures - are at opening for the grief through which

This is my manifestation for a living, healing, loving.

Julia Kukkonen is a visual artist, innovator and gentle radical activist. She was born in Finland and currently lives nomadically changing place and country. She is tirelessly looking for ways to live responsibly and sustainably in each and every being, and values ​​art and actions that can be felt in the real world. She is living in an ever-wondrous world full of magic.
Arts Promotion Center Finland and Paulo Foundation have supported her work and the exhibition.

www.juliakukkonen.com

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Julia Kukkonen -
How to hug a vaporizing tree or dance through to sunset
/ Stoic exercises for the end of the world

It all began with the internalization of the current assessment that "humanity has only a 50 percent chance of surviving on this planet until the next century due to climate change." The world I know and love so dear dies, and we die with her.

The creative process came about through the need to process hopelessness and grief over this finality and the lost future. How to meet the dying of our home, the earth; and how the extinction of humanity? I wonder: what does it matter if we finally see the horizon? Or: can I make a difference? How can an individual help himself to the planet, humanity? How do you continue to live a good life on a dying planet?

The works - text, photos, videos, sculptures - are a gateway to grief, which can ultimately lead to hope and salvation.

This is my manifesto for not giving up but living, healing, loving.

Julia Kukkonen is a visual artist, inventor and gentle radical activist. Born in Finland, she is currently changing her residence and country regularly. She is tirelessly searching for ways to live responsibly and sustainably with each being, and appreciates the art and every action that is felt in the real world. She lives in a wondrous world full of magic.

The Art Promotion Center Finland and the Paulo Foundation supported their work and the exhibition.

www.juliakukkonen.com

von: Galerie Pleiku

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