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THE CROSSSECTIONS PROJECT

The CrossSections project is an interdisciplinary platform, contemplating on artistic research, dialogues, and production. The project reflects on "process" in the form of an open format with the aim to articulate critical reactions to the political, economic, and social disturbances facing us today. The project emerged from the need to challenge the ‘status quo’ across the political spectrum and support effective and critical forms of discursive and artistic productions to emerge.

The CrossSections project aims to create a collective interdisciplinary research platform and network; to propose a curatorial model that prioritizes and presents the “process” of the artistic research along with the production; and to share and articulate diverse critical reactions and collective strategies in the context of art.

In the course of three years (2017-2019), with the participation of 19 artists, some scholars and cultural workers, various meetings, workshops, exhibitions, performances, and talks will be held in three cities: Vienna, Helsinki, and Stockholm.

CURRENT + UPCOMING EVENTS

5 September - 30 Novenber 2018 A collaborative-integrated programme for Master’s programme CRAFT! Ceramics and Glass/ Textiles/ Ädellab of Department of Design, Crafts and Arts, KONSTFACK conducted by Basak Senova with Ramesch Daha, Barbara Holub, Yane Calovski, and Egle Oddo, Stockholm.
19 September 2018-20 October 2018 CrossSections_Intervals Exhibition with all the participating artists of CrossSections at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, WUK, Vienna.
24 -30 September 2018 CrossSections attending Parallel Vienna, Vienna.
28 September 2018, 11.00 Brunch and Exhibition opening by Bronwyn Lace and Marcus Neustetter, curated by Björn Norberg at CrossSections HUB, Vienna