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Soviet Rainbow – from Textile shop to Museum
Who is this I that can say I?
Night intervention
A joint exhibition of artist Nino Kvrivishvili and curator Irena Popiashvili “Soviet Rainbow – from Textile shop to Museum” was opened in the scopes of the project “Art Intervention in the Museum” on May 31 2016. The exhibition, inspired by the industry of Georgian silk and textile bases on a history of the museum. Works have been displayed in a temporary exhibition space of the museum as well as in a permanent exposition hall. The title of the exhibition Soviet Rainbow refers to the name of Soviet Georgian Silk factory. Nino Kvrivishvili has chosen the museum’s attic as her working space and researched  almost defunct textile industry’s fabrics and gave them a new life and context in a combination with different museum items.  

 
A collaborative exhibition of performance artist Nadia Tsulukidze and curator Lali Pertenava was opened at the State Silk Museum in the frames of the project “Art Intervention in the Museum” on June 4 2016. "Who is this I that can say I?” is Nadia Tsulukidze’s initiative. Referring to the concept of deconstruction the artist transforms Derrida’s question into “choreography of thinking” and starts a dialogue between artist, curator, students of the Centre of Contemporary Arts, the Silk Museum and audience. Nadia Tsulukidze and Lali Pertenava have been working in the museum since April 20. Tsulukidze was focused on a space as an educational institution for historic researches within this project. The artist has connected her research to an educational process by creating a lab for experimental meetings and implemented her art intervention in the museum together with CCA students. The current project was concluded with the final exhibition,featuring different media and a performance based on a collaboration of artist and curator.

The project brought together CCA students: Gvantsa Berdzenidze, Morena Buser, Tako Dzagania-Baramidze, Nutsa Esebua, Mariam Gabrichidze, Nino Iasvili, Maka Kiladze, Mariam Kuprashvili, Elene Malashevski-Jakeli, Mari Lebanidze, Tamar Nadiradze, Ninutsa Shatberashvili and Ana Toidze.

 

 




 


 
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