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Reality Through Fiction: Group Exhibition and Conference
“Reality Through Fiction” is the result of a collective conversation on how we conceive, perform and construct the real through continuous recourse to the fictional. Exhibiton opening: 29. October at 18:30 Circuits and Currents, Tositsa 13 & Notara, followed by a live perfomance from 21:00 at Green Park, Mavromataion 5 Duration of the Exhibition: 30. October – 14. November, Thurs-Sat, 15:00-18:00 Conference: 30.-31. October, Prevelaki Hall, Patission 42, Polytechneio/ASFA Building.

Having Circuits and Currents as a starting point, the exhibition will extend along Tositsa Street and the vicinity. It will also extend to virtual spaces online, live performances and radio broadcasts. A two-day conference will examine the intrinsic interplay of fiction and reality in the fields of literature, visual arts and new technologies.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Jane Theodora Auer, Jonas Beutlhauser, Kalliopi Chalouva, Kyrill Constantinides Tank, Vasileia Dereli, Johannes Fedisch, Marlene Franz, Xenia Fumbarev, Johanna Gonschorek, Kassiani Goulakou, Philipp Gufler, Stephanie Hammann & Maria von Mier, Tanja Hamester, Leo Heinik, Evi Kalogiropoulou, Byron Kalomamas, Michael Karmann, Lefteris Krysalis, Mirena Liakoussi, Aimilia Liontou, Maria-Veronica Marioglou, Lorenz Mayr, Lisa Nase, Giorgos Palamaris, Elena Papastergiou, Nektarios Pappas, Marios Pavlou, Mako Sangmongkhon, Angela Stiegler, Anna Stroulia, Athina Veloudou, Myrto Vratsanou, Sarah Weber

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS: Kostas Christopoulos (artist), Hans-Christian Dany (artist and writer), Anke Henning (theorist of literature and visual culture), Kostas Ioannidis (art historian), Ashkan Sepahvand (writer, translator and researcher), Kerstin Stakemeier (writer and educator)

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