Foto: Marge Monko
The KUNO intensive course “Border as a Place” brings together young artists from Iceland, Norway and Estonia in the Narva Art Residency of EKA from 5th to 12th of August.
The historically diverse industrial city of Narva marks the border between Estonia and Russia and is also the significant eastern border of the European Union. The different political/cultural/economical/industrial/geographical layers that define the city are creating a semiotically rich environment, which supplies material for various research areas.
How does the new generation of artists relate to the differences that the borders mark and create?
Presentations of the projects start from 14.00 at Narva Art Residency.
To join the tour, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
Participants: Estonian Academy of Arts, Iceland University of the Arts, Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art.
Professors: Marge Monko, Bjarki Bragason, Markus Degerman, Taavi Talve, Taavi Piibemann
Students: Emelie Ieremia, Rebecka Bergman, Guri Øveraas, Kristine Rød, Olga Gry Becker Lauritsen, Joe Keys, Ástríður Jónsdóttir, Hrafnkell Tumi Georgsson, Anika Laufey Baldursdóttir, Inger-Liis Heinsoo, Kristina Kuzemko, Jana Mätas, Kertu Rannula, Laura Ruuder, Anna Tamm, Hans Jakob Väär, Anna Pazucha, Merilin Põldsam, Karoliine Lausing, Sarah Nõmm, Sofia Fatahhova, Aleksandr Michelson, Tim Daniel Suvi, Siim Elmers, Nele Marie Tiidelepp, Izabella Neff
Project management & execution: Kirke Kangro, Madis Luik
With cooperation from / thanks to: KUNO, Nordplus, Narva Gate, NART, EKA, IUA, UiT The Arctic University of Norway