ARMANDO LULAJ – TOTAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART – Seul, Korea
Armando Lulaj -TOTAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Seul, Korea
The Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, is pleased to present Utopian Days – Freedom, a video art festival, presenting works from 25 internationally renowned artists and collectives. From March 20th to April 13th, artists, critics and academics will explore the theme of Freedom through an exhibition, talks, workshops and screenings.
All actions and scenarios from the videos deliver an outspoken experience of art, to enhance an awareness of self, and express a unique desire and search for freedom; taking on a number of different, unique possibilities of implementing it.
Utopian Days hopes to appeal to a broad audience, including people from both inside and outside the art world. The festival provides an interdisciplinary perspective, unifying sciences, criticism and fiction, and proposes a vision that goes beyond the boundaries of our contemporary conception of visual culture.
It features works by Adel Abdessemed, Lida Abdul, Phil America, Ivan Argote, Chim↑Pom, Minerva Cuevas, Chto Delat?, Cyprien Gaillard, Yang Ah Ham, Andre Hemer, Tehching Hsieh, Zhang Huan, Jani Leinonen, Klara Lidén, Armando Lulaj, Matt McCormick, Filippo Minelli, Wang Qingsong, Andres Serrano, Manit Sriwanichpoom, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Kacey Wong, Xijing Men and He Yunchang.