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Image credit: New Red Order, Culpture Capture: Crimes Against Reality, filmstill.
Image credit: New Red Order, Culpture Capture: Crimes Against Reality, filmstill.

Against Neo-Nationalist Myth-Making

In conjunction with her exhibition Images [and Talking Back to Them], artist and filmmaker Sara Eliassen has programmed two film nights with conversations at Kunstnernes Hus Cinema.

The second film program opens up a more global reading of the exhibition's themes and questions, by presenting films that analyze and challenge dominant narratives and myths about national belonging and cultural superiority.
The film program consists works by New Red Order, Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa og Hasan Özgür Top, and will be followed by a conversation between the artists Hasan Özgür Top, Davani Varillas and Adam Khalil (via Zoom), moderated by Jan Verwoert, writer and writer and professor at Academy of Fine Art, KHiO.

The exhibition looks at the intimate tie of violence to images, and the first film program presents works by artists, filmmakers and activists who have challenged official propaganda in Mexico in the aftermath of the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa Normal Rural Teachers’ College in 2014.

Images [and Talking Back to Them] is the final instalment of Mediating Uncertainties, Sara Eliassen’s PhD project in artistic research at the Academy of Fine Art. The project is made with additional support from Fritt Ord and Fond for lyd og bilde.

Images [and Talking Back to Them] : Sara Eliassen
Exhibition and film program
Time: April 14- May 14 2023
Place: Kunstnernes Hus | Lower exhibition hall & Kunstnernes Hus Kino