Mediterranea 19 Young Artists Biennale

School of Waters

curated by A Natural Oasis? A Transnational Research Programme

MAY 15 – OCTOBER 31 2021
Opening MAY 14

The Mediterranean Biennale, organised by BJCEM – Biennale des Jeunes Créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée, will present the works of over 70 artists from 21 different countries, hosted for the first time by the Republic of San Marino. The title chosen for the nineteenth edition is School of Waters, imagining the Biennale as a collective platform capable of deconstructing stereotypes derived from the Eurocentric interpretation of the Mediterranean basin.

Digital Swamp Online on School of Waters YouTube Channel

15 May

10:00
WORKSHOP

Writing in Waters
Educational Program in collaboration with School of Waters Fellows
Coordinated by Giulia Colletti
Livestreaming from Palazzo Gregotti, San Marino

11:00
LECTURE

Marina: for a Feminist resignification of the Sammarinese myth
Giulia Gregnanin in partnership with Unione Donne Sammarinesi
Livestreaming from Palazzo Gregotti, San Marino

17:00
PERFORMANCE LECTURE | Q&A

The Dido Problem, 2021
HUNITI GOLDOX
Moderated by Denise Araouzou
Produced by Association L’Art Rue and Dream City, Tunis
Livestreaming from Leipzig, Amman and Teatro Titano, San Marino

19:00
PERFORMANCE

No Space, 2019
Selma Selman
Livestreaming from Teatro Titano, San Marino

21:00
PERFORMANCE IN MIXED REALITY

Anti-Gone, 2020
Theo Triantafyllidis
Commissioned and produced by Onassis Culture, Athens
Special thanks to The Breeder, Athens
Livestreaming from Los Angeles Studio, USA and Teatro Titano, San Marino

23:00
LISTENING SESSION

Sci-Fi Audio Essay. CHAOSKAMPF TUTORIALS,  2021
Gabriele Rendina Cattani
Livestreaming from National Gallery, San Marino



Film Programme | Cinema Concordia, Via del Fontanone, San Marino

15 May 

18:00

Water in-between lands

Vestiges (an archipelago) (2020), Enar De Dios Rodríguez, 40’48’’
NEROMANNA (2017), Latent Community, 8’15’’
OTRANTO (2020), Latent Community, 24’41’’
Anina (2017), Alcaeus Spyrou, 19’51’’
What things may come (2019), Marianne Fahmy, 13’

Diasporic routes

This Haunting Memory That Is Not My Own (2021), Panos Aprahamian, 30’
Tante aus Deutschland (2019), Mila Panić, 39’25’’
Sunlight Vandalism, Marina Xenofontos, 8’42’’

Digital Swamp | Expanded Public Programme | Online

May 14 – 23,  2021

Background image Marianne Fahmy What things may come, 2019, HD video, 13:00 min, Courtesy of the artist

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