21st Century

Circuits and Currents [or How to Project and Spell]

Thursday 4 December, 7 pm


How to Project and Spell is a portmanteau film made by the students from the Athens School of Fine Art and the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich as part of a long-term artistic and educational experiment, including the new student-run project space, Circuits and Currents, which opened in Athens in November 2014. The film and project space will be presented by Evi Kalogiropoulou, from the Athens School of Fine Art, in discussion with artist Anja Kirschner, one of the initiators of the project. Visit the Circuits and Currents website here

How to Project and Spell:
Jonas Beutlhauser, Elena Carr, Kyrill Constantinides, Kalliopi Chalouva, Johannes Fedisch, Philipp Gufler, Johanna Gonschorek, Veronika Götz, Panagiotis Gritzos, Tanja Hamester, Leo Heinik, Alina Hofmeier, Evi Kalogiropoulou, Ylena Katkova, Michael Karmann, Byron Kalomamas, Liane Klingler, Lefteris Krysalis, Aimilia Liontou, Lorenz Mayr, Marius Meusch, Lisa Nase, Giorgos Nikas, Elena Papastergiou, Marios Pavlou, Giorgos Palamaris, Mako Sangmongkhon, Angela Stiegler, Melina Toelle, Vasileia Dereli, Myrto Vratsanou, Nefeli Voutyra, Athina Veloudou, Julia Walk and Sarah Weber.

Evi Kalogiropoulou (b. 1985, Athens) lives, works and studies in London and Athens. Recent group exhibitions include 13+17+1, Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Athens; and A (new) Athens State of Mind, TAF Gallery, Athens. Kalogiropoulou is currently studying at Athens School of Fine Arts and Central St. Martins.

Anja Kirschner (b. 1977, Munich) lives and works in London and Athens. Recent solo exhibitions include Ultimate Substance, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin; and Lights, Tears and Real Abstractions, Artists Space, New York (both 2012). Recent group exhibitions include The Magic of the State, Lisson Gallery, London; HELL AS, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (both 2013); and Liverpool Biennial (2012). Anja Kirschner and David Panos were the winners of the Jarman Award in 2011.  
How to Project and Spell and Circuits and Currents is supported by the DAAD / Partnerships with Greek Institutions of Higher Education 2014 – 2016.




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