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Exile x Summer Camp: May the bridges I burn light the way

June 13, 2018 - November 4, 2018

The 5x5x5 Galleries programme, Exile x Summer Camp: May the bridges I burn light the way, is presented by Exile Gallery (Berlin, Germany) and curated by María Inés Plaza Lazo, in collaboration with Alina Kolar, Dalia Maini and Christian Siekmeier.

May the bridges I burn light the way is a temporary exhibition that creates face-to-face conversations between social activism, art practices and Palermo’s socio-cultural realities. Departing point is the exploitation of the self for marketing purposes or as alibi for personal intentions, as sometimes in the #metoo debate or the current rise of populism.

May the bridges I burn light the way evolves through conversations, screenings and performative interventions at Cre.Zi Plus, a daily changing group exhibition at Ballaró Market, and the distribution of the street newspaper ‘Arts of the Working Class‘, a tool of integration between the citizens of Palermo and art professionals arriving to reflect on arts and society during the opening days of Manifesta 12.

Exile x Summer Camp: May the bridges I burn light the way includes work by the artists:

Albrecht Pischel, María Inés Plaza Lazo, Alina Ana Kolar, Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou, Àngels Miralda Tena, Ayami Awazuhara, Bob Hausmann, Christopher Burman, Christian Siekmeier, Club Fortuna: Xenia Lesniewski, Julia Rublow and Sarah Sternat, Dalia Maini, Dietrich Meyer, Elmar Mellert, Erik Niedling, Federico del Vecchio, Heiner Franzen, Iris Touliatou, Kazuko Miyamoto, Kinga Kielczynska, Lauryn Youden, Lorenzo Marsili, Narine Arakelyan, Nicholas William Johnson, Martin Kohout, Nschotschi Haslinger, Patrick Fabian Panetta, Paul Sochacki, Raffaela Naldi Rossano, Sarah Lehnerer, Sebastian Acker, Utopian Union: Tea Palmelund, Zoë Claire Miller and Sara Løve Dadadottir.

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June 13, 2018
November 4, 2018
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Exile Gallery, Berlin, Germany