In July, 316 women from 40 countries submitted their statements about Isolation. Our mailbox trembled, this summer, in the face of so many powerful voices. We thank them all and we dedicate this exhibition to them. With this avantgarde online exhibition, we are weaving a dialogue between 31 women from 23 countries who would have never met without this project.
// The Enclosed Garden #2 is a web exploration.
\ We delve into the deep and the sincere.
// It is a virtual multimedia exhibition.
\ Read the instructions below and follow the link above!
|| INSTRUCTIONS ||
• visit at night and early morning
• enter the exhibition alone and in silence
• a slow exploration that triggers all the senses
• please use your laptops (mobile phones not supported)
• this exhibition is free, but please support our volunteer work by donating on paypal >> www.heroineswave.com/donate
|| STATEMENT ||
We are experiencing a gigantic upheaval; a virus has revealed, among other things, extreme xenophobia. So we ask ourselves: what is the place of a community, a network, a group, a family in this context? Heroines was created in 2019 with the naive but affirmed idea that an international and interdisciplinary network of women would invent collectively new forms of exhibition. Together we can dream up new stimuli for the audience, with new web scenography of exhibitions, new approaches to testimonials through artworks, voice recordings, texts. In this society where we are all locked up inside ourselves, we seek to empower the participants and help everyone open up.
We conflate secrecy and intimacy, thinking that we make our own decisions, when actually societal pressures make us shy, quiet, fearful, ashamed.
The pandemic era may affect the community-building momentum of Heroines; but isn't it an incredible coincidence, when our exhibitions focus on isolation, on enclosure, on what we hide?
|| ARTISTS ||
Hélène Bougy - French
Claudia Orsetti - Italian
Elen Huynh - French
Anna Sarukhanova - Georgian
Anna Dziapshipa - Georgian
Mano Svanidze - Georgian
Sofia Legarreta - Mexican
Katalin Száraz - Hungarian
Rezi de Souza - Brazilian
Evelyn Bencicova - Slovak
Marika Kochiashvili - Georgian
Liz Penniman - American
Magdalena Stachowiak - Polish
Iulia Smeu Ikite - Romanian
Sujaan Shrestha - Nepali
Malely Linares Sánchez - Columbian
Annina Lehmann - German
Ally Zlatar - Canadian
Aze Ong - Filipino
Yodchat Bupasiri - Thai
Charlotte Cornaton - French
Rimika Solloway - Japanese
Andréa Ecker - Brazilian
Anna Mortimer - British
Anne Isensee - German
Yael Barlev - Israelian
Yixiao Yao - Chinese
Miljana Nikovic - Serbian
Fiorella D'Angelo - Uruguayan
Lucía Sciandro - Uruguayan
Navya Sah - Indian
Concept of exhibition | web creation | curatorial texts by Celia Stroom.
Co-curated by the @Heroines network: Bussaraporn Thongchai (Thai), Salomé Jashi (Georgian), Diane Barbé (French), Celia Stroom (French).
|| This exhibition is a 100% volunteer based project to support womxm artists, to uplift and give visibility and create community links. Thank you for supporting it as you would a regular exhibition: please donate to our Paypal to support the costs of building this exhibition!
Opportunity by Heroines Network
Event by Heroines Network
Opportunity by Heroines Network
at Via degli Aurunci 19
Saturday 17 July 2021 at 14:02h
at Veteranenstrasse 21
Friday 16 July 2021 at 17:00h
at Al Rusail Industrial Area
Saturday 24 July 2021 at 22:00h
at Dorotheenstraße 12
Thursday 15 July 2021 at 10:00h