From 14th to 16th July Tallinn Art Hall will host the public programme of the exhibition „Signals from the Periphery“ which includes lectures, performances, film screenings and a pop-up bar.
Entrance with the exhibition ticket – 3€ / 5€. It is also possible to purchase an 8€ ticket that gives access to the Art Hall during the whole weekend.
Timetable on Friday the 14th of July:
11:30 Guided tour at the Exhibition Maybe, Maybe not at EKA galerii
12.45 Lecture Linda van Deursen
14.00 Performance Niko Mihaljević
16.00 Juzo Itami film programme: The Funeral (1984). Introduction by åbäke
18.00 Evening programme:
Performance Nora Turato
Presentation of a series of publications by Lieven Lahaye and Ott Metusala
Bar open throughout the evening; music provided by exhibiting designers and artists
Linda van Deursen (NL) established graphic design studio Mevis & Van Deursen together with Armand Mevis in Amsterdam in 1986. They have worked for cultural clients in the Netherlands and abroad such as the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Next to that they have worked on numerous book for artists, photographers, architects and fashion designers such as Aglaia Konrad, Carlos Amorales, Ryan Gander, Rineke Dijkstra, Geert van Kesteren and Alexander van Slobbe. Linda van Deursen served as head of the graphic design department at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam from 2001 till 2014, where she also taught since 1991. She was appointed critic in the graphic design department at Yale School of Art in 2003.
Niko Mihaljević (CR) is a conceptual artist, graphic designer and transmedia mythographer who lives and works in Zagreb. He studies at the Werkplaats Typografie, ArtEZ Institute of the Arts, Arnhem. His artistic practice explores the metaphysical aspects of the everyday, cultural artefacts and language in a variety of media with an emphasis on conceptual sound art, performance, text, and artist books.
Nora Turato (CR) studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam and at Werkplaats Typografie Arnhem. Currently Nora Turato is resident at the Rijksakademie Amsterdam. In early 2017 she had a series of performances at Kunstwerke Berlin and her first institutional solo exhibition at NAK Aachen in Germany. Nora often collaborates with David Kulen as a graphic designer and this very collaboration led to the founding in 2016 of tapestry studio Kulenturato.
Lieven Lahaye (NL/BE) is an Amsterdam based artist. Ott Metusala (NL/EE) is an Amsterdam based graphic designer. Together, they’ve made a series of publications that have accompanied numerous exhibitions and events. It is a catalog in a serial form.