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Internationales Sommerfestival 2022
But I'm Awake. Identity, Vulnerability And Empowerment:

Ausstellung im Rahmen der Phototriennale

 
  • © David Uzochukwu
  • © David Uzochukwu
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  • Wed, 10.08.2022 18:00
    Vorhalle free entrance
  • Thu, 11.08.2022 18:00
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  • Fri, 12.08.2022 18:00
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New visual worlds: Positions of Young Photography in a Major Exhibition at Kampnagel in cooperation with the Deichtorhallen and the Phototriennale.

“Currency” is the theme of the 8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg, examining the production and global dissemination of images and their influence on social power relations and viewing patterns. Within this framework and together with Haus der Photographie/ Deichtorhallen, International Summer Festival will show works by young photographers who are part of the European funding platform “Futures” and who deal with exclusion, belonging and empowerment from systems of oppression from different perspectives. They show vulnerability and strength, fear and joy, alienation and community and produce new images about queerness, Blackness or migrant and Eastern European identity. BUT I’M AWAKE refers to a state of vigilance in times of political and social crisis and to a productive subversion of existing power relations and dominant visual habits: With Maria Babikova (b. 1990 in Chelyabinsk, Russia, lives in London), David Uzochukwu (b. 1998 in Innsbruck, lives in Vienna and Berlin), Julie Poly (b. 1986 in Stakhanov, Ukraine, lived until recently in Kiev) and others.


  • Curation: Corinna Humuza, András Siebold, Ingo Taubhorn
  • Photography: Maria Babikova, Julie Poly, David Uzochukwu u.a.
  • Exhibition architecture: Jutta Wasser

FUNDED BY FUTURES and the CREATIVE EUROPE PROGRAM of the European Union.


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