Eleni Kamma



Janelas (“windows” in Portuguese) is an initiative by artist Marc Buchy (Metz, 1988) and curator and writer Tiago de Abreu Pinto (Salvador de Bahia, 1984), launched during the pandemic. It involved sending a series of window envelopes to over 70 artists of 25 different nationalities living in 17 countries. Each envelope contained an invitation to participate, following a specific protocol: use the inside of the envelope so that the only space to show work was the “window”. This Mail art process has led artists to experiment with the materiality, spatiality, visibility, humour, political dimension and dissidence of this type of work.
Agathe Eristov Gengis Khan (Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1948 – Paris, 2015) is a French artist who, throughout her career, has developed the practice of mail art alongside painting, drawing and collage. She corresponded with the likes of Gilbert Lascault and Agnès Varda on a very frequent basis. During the last two years of her life, she fostered extensive dialogue with one of her Belgian friends, Guylaine Liétaert, who had previously studied her correspondence with another Belgian, Monique Claes. The exhibition features her poignant letters to Guylaine Liétaert, where she addresses her struggle with illness, while expressing her joy in creating things and her desire to share her passion for an art that brightens up everyday life.

Exhibition dates: 23 September 2023 to 7 January 2024
Opening on 22 September 2023–19h

Ignasi Aballí (Espagne), Constanza Alarcón Tennen (Chili), Albert Allgaier (Autriche), Apparatus 22 (Roumanie), Rodrigo Arteaga (Chili), Julia Aurora Guzmán (République dominicaine), Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver (Japon), Paula Baeza Pailamilla (Chili), Béatrice Balcou (France), Juan Castillo (Chili), Louis Clais (France), Claude Closky (France), Keren Cytter (Israël), Lenora de Barros (Brésil), Delight Lab (Chili), Denicolai & Provoost (Belgique), Paz Errázuriz (Chili), Petra Feriancová (Slovaquie), Ángela Ferrari (Argentine), Pietro Fortuna (Italie), Marcius Galan (Brésil), Juliette George (France), Steve Giasson (Quebec), Marie Glaize (France), Dalila Gonçalves (Portugal), Carla Grunauer (Argentine), Shuruq Harb (Palestine), Pablo Helguera (Mexique), IKHÉA©SERVICES (France), Luciana Janaqui (Perou), Narelle Jubelin (Austriche), Eleni Kamma (Grèce), Yazan Khalili (Palestine), Stefan Klein (Allemagne), Perrine Lacroix (France), colectivo LASTESIS (Chili), Matthieu Laurette (France), Pierre Leguillon (France), Hanne Lippard (Norvège), Annaïk Lou Piteloud (Suisse), Adrien Lucca (France), Ruggero Maggi (Italie), Fernando Marques Penteado (Brésil), Noé Martínez (Mexique), Jacqueline Mesmaeker (Belgique), Marianne Mispelaëre (France), Rokko Miyoshi (Japon), Guillermo Mora (Espagne), Óscar Muñoz (Colombie), neither (non spécifié), Irma Name (France), Ana Navas (Équateur), Yuki Okumura (Japon), Bernardo Oyarzún (Chili), Aurélie Petrel (France), Niels Poiz (Belgique), Pilar Quinteros (Chili), Camila Rocha (Bresil), Kurt Ryslavy (Autriche), Matthieu Saladin (France), Liv Schulman (Argentine), Self-Luminous Society (Belgique), María Sosa (Mexique), Eli Sudbrack (Brésil), Frans Van Lent (Pays-Bas), Mavi Veloso (Brésil), Puck Verkade (Pays-Bas), Els Vermang (Belgique), Pep Vidal (Espagne), Oriol Vilanova (Espagne), Ivana Vollaro (Argentine) en Elsa Werth (France)

[BPS22 Hainaut Province Museum of Art]
Boulevard Solvay, 22
6000 Charleroi
+32 71 27 29 71

mmResidency: Drawing Centre Diepenheim
Eleni Kamma will be an artist-in-residence at the Drawing Centre Diepenheim this fall. The program is funded by The Mondriaan Fund, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
During her residency Kamma will relate the activity of drawing to the notion of the garden as a social connector between culture, nature and the individual.
Her residency falls under the umbrella of a larger project, The Corners of the Mouth, which she has been developing since the second half of 2020. Through exercises in affective communication, the project explores and develops participatory nourishing systems between artist, audience-public-participants and the institutions involved. The Corners of the Mouth asks how can we think of cultural institutions, the artist, the participants and the visitors to an exhibition—in essence, the main “ingredients” of an exhibition— as a nourishing system? Under the general umbrella of the project’s title and in collaboration with both institutions and individuals, Kamma focusses on cultivating new forms of artistic expression that strengthen the relation between the “I” and the “we”.
Drawing Centre Diepenheim
Grotestraat 17
7478 AA Diepenheim

Becoming Image

LUCA School of Arts at Kunsthal Gent
Fr. 24.03.2023
Kunsthal Gent
Lange Steenstraat 14, 9000 GENT

mmCasting Call: The Αngry, The Fool, The Healer/Caretaker, The Ghost, The Innocent, The One Whose Words Penetrate Brains, The Puppeteer, The…
Casting Call (2017-ongoing) is an investigation into the notion of parrhesia—the courage to speak one’s mind — approached from a comedic and excessive perspective through a series of related attempts, events and manifestations. Eleni Kamma employs performative strategies and fictional character-types rooted in popular European practices of entertainment, populist jokes and dark allegories, costumes, props, and excess to playfully ask serious questions about living well together and the role of public space and time in contemporary Europe.
From 17 February to 14 May 2023, Eleni Kamma's project Casting Call (2017-ongoing) comes to Kunsthal Gent in the form of a temporary exhibition amid the Endless Exhibition. In preparation for this, Eleni Kamma was part of Kunsthal Gent's development programme in 2022.
Fr 17.02.23 from 20:00 — 24:00 (Opening)
Sa 18.02.23 from 11:00 — 18:00
Su 19.02.23 from 11:00 — 18:00
17.02 — 14.05.2023
Kunsthal Gent
Lange Steenstraat 14, 9000 GENT


Participating artists: Soufiane Ababri, Emma Adler, Havin Al-Sindy, Albrecht / Wilke, Florian Auer, Eliza Ballesteros, Arno Beck, Boris Becker, Rebekka Benzenberg, Johannes Bendzulla, Nils Bleibtreu, Ton Boelhouwer, Eugenie Bongs-Beer, Claudia Breuer, Lars Breuer, Dennis Buck, Valentin Cafuk, Keren Cytter, Zuzanna Czebatul, Andreas Diefenbach, Matthias Dornfeld, Joëlle Dubois, Philip Emde, Jonas Fahrenberger, Fleckstein/ Dworczyk, Carsten Fock, Bertrand Fournier, Albrecht Fuchs, Jan Gerngross, Jakob Gilg, Andreas Greiner, Selma Gültoprak, Constantin Hartenstein, Ilka Helmig, Petra Herzog, Marcel Hiller, Benedikt Hipp, Jan Hoeft, Jonas Höschl, Olga Jakob, Christof John, Eleni Kamma, Andy Kassier, Ben Kaufmann, Christian Keinstar, Thomas Kellner, René Kemp, Daniel Kiss, Alfons Knogl, Tina Kohlmann, Konstitutiv der Möglichkeiten, Jody Korbach, Hanna Körner, Hans W. Krämer, Thomas Kratz, Sholem Krishtalka, Tom Król, Michael Kunze, Wolfgang Kupczyk, Alwin Lay, Lukas Luzius Leichtle, Anna Ley, Christine Liebich, Lukas Liese, Arthur Löwen, Timur Lukas, Martin Maeller, Mike Meiré, Marie Meyer, Marianne Mispelaëre, Jonathan Monk, Bastian Muhr, Thomas Musehold, Moritz Neuhoff, Anna Nero, Murat Önen, Bea Otto, Luc Palmer, Nicolas Pelzer, Andreas Plum, Sabrina Podemski, Lorenzo Pompa, Anys Reimann, Bernd Ribbeck, Johanna Reich, Johanna Roderburg, Markus Saile, Laurentius Sauer, Morgaine Schäfer, Laura Schawelka, Marius Schillak, Lukas Schmenger, Florian Schmidt, Natascha Schmitten, Berit Schneidereit, Franca Scholz, Ulrike Schulze, Oliver Sieber, Katharina Stadler, Studio for Propositional Cinema, Katja Stuke, Sarah Szczesny, Britta Thie, TILO&TONI, Thomas Virnich, Winfried Virnich, Anke Völk, Karl von Monschau, Mateusz von Motz, Marta Vovk, Valentin Wagner, Marcel Walldorf, Johannes Tassilo Walter, Nicholas Warburg, Thomas Weidenhaupt, Christoph Westermeier, Achim Franz Willems, David Benedikt Wirth, Johannes Wohnseifer, Esther Zahel
OPENING: Saturday 10 December 2022
7 — 11 PM
OPEN: 11 December — 15 December 2022
Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
Passstraße 29, 52070 Aachen
Tel. +49 (0) 241-503255

mmn0dine*X-mas shop
Participating Artists: Anna Raimondo, Buratinas, Clément Thiry, Common Dreams School/MOSSS, Davide Tidoni, Eleni Kamma, Francesca Chiacchio, hans Andreas R., Jakob van der Broucke, Jolien Naeyaert, Kasper Demeulemeester, Laurent Delom, Lucia Palladino, Matteo de Blasio, Muslin Brothers, oracle, Pierre-Philippe Hofmann, Sarah Cale, Shervin Kianersi Haghighi, Steven Jouwersma, Various Artists.
opening Thursday 15.12.2022 / 18:00 - 21:00
16/12/2022 - 23/12/2022
Nieuwbrug 3 Rue du Pont Neuf
Brussel 1000 Bruxelles
e-mail: bruna@nadine.be
+32 2 513 41 04

mmI want to break free
Eleni Kamma, de kunstwerkplaats en Asli Çiçek
Op zondag 13 november van 13:30u–17:00u is de opening van de tentoonstelling I WANT TO BREAK FREE!
Kunstenaar Eleni Kamma werkte afgelopen jaar samen met KunstWerkPlaats Venray, een creatieve dagbesteding voor mensen met psychische of lichamelijke kwetsbaarheid. Eleni ging met de deelnemers in gesprek over onderwerpen als vrijheid, je durven uitspreken en hoe kunst kan helpen om voor jezelf een plek te vinden in de wereld. De kunstwerken die naar aanleiding van deze gesprekken door de deelnemers werden gemaakt worden getoond in door architect Asli Cicek ontworpen omgeving. Een tentoonstelling met grote kartonnen maskers, varkens die snakken een vrijheid, kwetsbare gedichten en vooral veel maakplezier!
"Ik ben het tegenovergestelde van perfectionist. Bij mij is alles scheef.”
center for contemporary art
Merseloseweg 117
5801 CC Venray
+31 (0)478 513 690

Janelas est une exposition présentant une série d’enveloppes à fenêtre, envoyées en 2021 à 70 artistes de 25 nationalités vivant dans 17 pays, qui étaient accompagnées d’une proposition de participation et d’un protocole.
Par ces instructions, l’enveloppe fermée se transformait en espace d’exposition miniature et sa fenêtre — janela, en portugais — le seul moyen de voir la création des artistes.
mm Ce projet était une manière légère de communiquer, travailler et réfléchir entre des collègues artistes durant la période sombre traversée alors. Le caractère ludique de Janelas est lié à son origine, à sa forme de communication aujourd’hui considérée comme désuète, ainsi qu’au nécessaire voyage physique ayant pris place entre les organisateurs et tous les participants.
mm Le MAMC+ accueille le premier volet d’une large sélection d’œuvres qui abordent et revisitent des notions liées l’histoire du Mail Art. Ce processus d’art postal a conduit les artistes à expérimenter la matérialité, la spatialité, la visibilité, l’humour, la dimension politique et la dissidence d’un tel type de création.
mm Commissaires : Marc Buchy, artiste et commissaire d’exposition Tiago de Abreu Pinto, écrivain et commissaire d’exposition.
mm Artistes participants: Ignasi Aballí, Constanza Alarcón Tennen, Albert Allgaier, Rodrigo Arteaga, Julia Aurora Guzmán, Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver, Paula Baeza Pailamilla, Béatrice Balcou, Juan Castillo, Louis Clais, Claude Closky, Keren Cytter, Lenora de Barros, Delight Lab, Denicolai & Provoost, Paz Errázuriz, Petra Feriancová, Ángela Ferrari, Pietro Fortuna, Marcius Galan, Juliette George, Steve Giasson, Marie Glaize, Dalila Gonçalves, Carla Grunauer, Shuruq Harb, Pablo Helguera, IKHÉAnSERVICES, Luciana Janaqui, Narelle Jubelin, Eleni Kamma, Yazan Khalili, Stefan Klein, Perrine Lacroix, colectivo LASTESIS, Matthieu Laurette, Pierre Leguillon, Hanne Lippard, Annaïk Lou Piteloud, Adrien Lucca, Ruggero Maggi, Fernando Marques Penteado, Noé Martínez, Jacqueline Mesmaeker, Marianne Mispelaëre, Rokko Miyoshi, Óscar Muñoz, neither, Irma Name, Ana Navas, Yuki Okumura, Bernardo Oyarzún, Aurélie Petrel, Niels Poiz, Pilar Quinteros, Camila Rocha, Kurt Ryslavy, Matthieu Saladin, Liv Schulman, Self-Luminous Society, María Sosa, Assume Vivid Astro Focus (AVAF), Frans Van Lent, Mavi Veloso, Puck Verkade, Els Vermang, Pep Vidal, Oriol Vilanova, Ivana Vollaro, Elsa Werth
14 Octobre – 31 Decembre 2022
BibliothÈque Jean Laude
Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Saint-Étienne Métropole
T. +33 (0)4 77 79 52 52
Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 18h, sauf le mardi

mmEn Piste!
On the occasion of the 8th edition of "En Piste!", the SPACE Collection exhibits its new acquisitions at the Musée de La Boverie.
mm Works by: Jamel Barbach, Ryan Cullen, Dick & Vle, David Evrard  Eva Evrard,   Eleni Kamma,   Marthe Ramm Fortun,   Charlotte vander Borght
Musée de La Boverie
Parc de la Boverie
BE 4020 Liège
www.laboverie.com  info@laboverie.com
+32 4 238 55 01 

resistance, creation, reciprocity

a three-month conference
May–July 2022
Tuesday 5 July 2022, 6.00 pm
Eleni Kamma, Taking Place: Parrhesiastic Theater as a Model for Artistic Practice
The lecture will be held at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz—Max-Planck-Institut, Photothek, Via dei Servi 51, 50122 Florence
mm Wednesday 6 July 2022, 6.00 pm
Round table on Public Time, Monuments and Ghosts in Florence
Roberto Budini Gattai, Eleni Kamma, muSa Michelle Mattiuzzi, Esper Postma, Neda Saeedi, Vyjayanthi V. Rao, in conversation with Hannah Baader, Costanza Caraffa, and Angelika Stepken
The discussion will take place at Villa Romana, Via Senese 68, 50124 Florence
Participants: Roberto Budini Gattai, architect and urban designer, Florence, Eleni Kamma, artist, international guest artist at Villa Romana 2010/11, muSa Michelle Mattiuzzi, artist, International Research Fellow KHI / Villa Romana 2021, Esper Postma, artist, International Research Fellow KHI / Villa Romana 2020, Vyjayanthi V. Rao, Anthropologist, New York, Neda Saeedi, artist, International Research Fellow KHI / Villa Romana 2022
Introduction: Angelika Stepken, director Villa Romana
Moderation: Hannah Baader, art historian, Permanent Senior Research Fellow at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz—Max Planck Institute, and leader of the Research Group Transregional Art Histories. Spaces, Actors, Ecologies
Costanza Caraffa, art historian, Head of the Photothek at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz—Max Planck Institute
Program: manifestiamo.villaromana.org

Making Matters. A Vocabulary for Collective Arts
Editors: Janneke Wesseling, Florian Cramer Editorial committee: Florian Cramer, Anja Groten, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Pia Louwerens, Marie-José Sondeijker, Janneke WesselingContributors:  Aliens in Green, a.pass / Lilia Mestre, Florian Cramer, Display Distribute / Elaine W. Ho, Feral Atlas / Lili Carr & Feifei Zhou Anja Groten, Thalia Hoffman, Jatiwangi art Factory / Bunga Siagian & Ismal Muntaha, Eleni Kamma, Frans-Willem Korsten, Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Pia Louwerens, Dani Ploeger, Kate Rich, Femke Snelting, Olu Taiwo, Janneke Wesseling, West / Baruch Gottlieb, West / Akiem Helmling, Z. BlaceDesign: Hackers & Designers June 2022, Valiz with support from Dutch Research Council (NWO) | Pb, 20 x 11 cm (h x w) | 336 pp. | English | ISBN 978-94-93246-11-9
The entries in this experimental vocabulary were written in collaboration with multidisciplinary collectives, artists and designers from five continents. They reflect how collective action changes artists’ identity and ways of working, where artists work together with non-artists, make products for their local environment and take on multiple identities, such as researcher, community activist, computer hacker, or business consultant. In these practices and in this vocabulary, boundaries between art, design, research and activism become blurred or dissolve entirely, and no longer conform to a Western concept of art.
For more information: https://www.valiz.nl/en/publications/making-matters

National Museum of Contemporary Art - EMST
Vas. Georgiou Β’ 17-19 and Rigillis street, Athens, Greece
nmmStatecraft is an international group exhibition that explores the underlying mechanisms at work in the engineering of the nation-state, as we know it today, and the challenges it faces in today’s globalised, networked world. Probing the history and the processes of nation-building in modern times, Statecraft examines the power structures and processes behind state bureaucracy, governance, and sovereignty, and their common issues of democracy, citizenship, rights, inclusion and exclusion. The exhibition explores the scope and limits of state authority while confronting a new political reality in Europe and beyond, during a time of rising nationalism and authoritarianism, and as some countries become progressively more inward-looking. Featuring 39 artists, Statecraft also looks beyond traditional forms of the nation-state towards alternative models of statehood and political organisation while addressing the current challenges of mass migration, the realities of post- and trans-national structures of organisation, globalisation and technologically enabled nomadism. As the exhibition was being prepared Russia invaded Ukraine, making us painfully aware of the fact that the post-Cold War order has begun unravelling, that democracy and national sovereignty are not to be taken for granted, and that unchecked state power leads to violent and dangerous excesses for humans as well as the environment.
The exhibition prompts us to reflect on the nation-state in the changed circumstances of today, more than 200 years after its conception as an idea. Can we imagine other models of social organisation and statehood that do not require identification with a particular flag or passport? What other forms of belonging and community outside the nation-state might come into fruition? How can we move beyond the toxicity of nationalism while retaining the benefits of the nation-state? Is the concept of ‘global citizenship’, which is gaining currency in light of the need to find shared solutions to shared problems, at all possible or even plausible? The artists in the exhibition critically dissect these issues and questions from a wide perspective. Their work unveils the hidden complexities underlying the contested issues of nation and statehood, compelling us to look at them from unexpected and imaginative angles.
nmmCurated by Katerina Gregos
nmmExhibition design: Flux Office
nmmParticipating Artists: Bani Abidi, Ewa Axelrad, Μaria Varela, Vangelis Vlahos, Eirini Vourloumis, Loulou Cherinet, Liu Chuang, Georges Gyzis, Köken Ergun, Katya Ev, Marta Górnicka, Ivan Grubanov, Lise Harlev, Femke Herregraven, Eleni Kamma, Navine G. Khan-Dossos, Thomas Kilpper, Szabolcs KissPál, Panos Kokkinias, Stéphanie Lagarde, Langlands & Bell, Ella Littwitz, Thomas Locher, Cristina Lucas, Tanja Muravskaja, Marina Naprushkina, Kristina Norman, Daniela Ortiz, Trevor Paglen, Antonis Pittas, Zanny Begg & Oliver Ressler, Jaanus Samma, Larissa Sansour, Jonas Staal, Anastasis Stratakis, Sasha Stresna, Alexis Fidetzis.
nmm A full colour bi-lingual (EN|GR) catalogue designed by Rafaela Drazic is being produced on the occasion of the exhibition.

Visiting tutor
4th year BA Fine Arts
11 & 12 April 2022
KABK, The Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague
Prinsessegracht 4
2514 AN Den Haag

QUI WHO ÊTES ARE VOUS les Louviérvoix ?
Eleni Kamma & Pierre Alechinsky, André Balthazar, Pol Bury, Jean Brusselmans, Zéphir Busine, Nathalie Coen, Pasquale Cristallo, Francis De Bolle, Élodie Delvaux, Fabien Delvigne, Daniel Fauville, Joseph Ghin, Maurice Henry, Pascale Joie, Nadine Lebrun, Marie-Thérèse Mancini, Gustave Marchoul, Moebius, Françoise Pétrovitch, Caty Scheirs, François Schuiten, Roland Topor, Luc Van Malderen, Georges Vercheval, Jeanne Vercheval, Véronique Vercheval, Margot Weemaes, Jean Winance, Aurélie, Béné, Jérôme, Jym, Michel, Phil, Tia, Véro.
nmm In her work, Eleni Kamma explores the notion of parrhesia, the courage to speak one’s mind, which she approaches from a comedic and excessive perspective. Echoing Pol Bury and André Balthazar's Daily-Bul magazine, Eleni questioned the people of La Louvière about their identity. Who are they? What is La Louvière? Could it be claimed? Could it be written? Could it be worn? Between collective creation and cultural heritage, the people of La Louvière, past and present, find themselves in this collaborative exhibition, defined by a tenuous relationship between surrealist heritage, industrial landscape, working-class history and Carnival in clogs!
Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image Imprimée de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles
Opening: 08/04/2022, 19h
Rue des Amours, 10
B-7100 La Louvière
+32 (0) 64 27 87 27
Open Tuesday to Sunday 10:00—18:00

Body As Proxy
Symposium: 21 – 25/02/2022, Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Hague
nmm The Artistic Research Symposium series is organised by the BA Fine Arts department of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. It aims to contextualise contemporary research practices and urgent artistic discourses, by offering KABK students, teachers and the public the opportunity to critically reflect upon current tendencies in contemporary art practices and artistic research.
nmm Body As Proxy is a pilot of a series of artistic research symposia that we aim to organise in the coming years- one symposium with a different theme every study year.
nmmThe Artistic Research Symposium is organised by Tatjana Macic, artist and tutor of Artistic Research at the BA Fine Arts, KABK.
nmm Speakers and workshop participants include: Tatjana Macic, Staci Bu Shea, Janice McNab, Eleni Kamma, Marthe Prins, Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Melanie Bonajo, Dagmar Bosma, Alexander Cromer, Maria Pask, Winnie Koekelbergh, Rachel Bacon, and Carl Johan Högberg.
The symposium is fully booked! You can follow the live stream of the symposium in the Gallery 3 at the academy, limited access due to limitations of the COVID regulations.

Opening: 26/11/2021 at 19h
West Museumkwartier
Lange Voorhout 102
2514 EJ, Den Haag
The Netherlands
+31 (0)70 392 53 59
Open Wednesday until Sunday
12:00 — 18:00

Casting Call: So, You Think About Abstraction the Last Minutes Before You Die ?
Casting Call (2017-ongoing) is a series of related attempts, events and manifestations. It is an investigation into the notion of parrhesia, the courage to speak one’s mind , approached from a comedic and excessive perspective. In Casting Call , Eleni Kamma employs performative strategies and appropriates theatrical tools to playfully ask serious questions about living well together and the role of public space and time in contemporary Europe.
nmmSPACE → En Féronstrée 116, B-4000 Liège
nmmOpening on Friday 29.10.21 from 6:30 p.m.
nmmPerformance at 7:30 p.m.
nmmThursday, Friday, and Saturday from 3 pm until 5:30 pm
nmmOr by appointment outside opening hours
nmmReservation: info@space-collection.org

The Broken Archive
Eleni Kamma's 2012 solo exhibition From Bank To Bank On A Gradual Slope at Villa Romana, Florence is part of The Broken Archive
nmmThe Broken Archive brings together artistic projects that investigate the history of and present-day life in the Mediterranean region. The archive is “broken” because the region’s cultural wealth is barely perceived anymore. The Mediterranean region has become a buffer zone between the comfort zone of the North and the conflict zone of the South. The archive is also “broken” because the website is designed not as a canonical archive, but as an open, variable, dense network. A variety of artistic projects is organized into twelve cluster terms. These projects are presented with images, texts, PDFs, and films or trailers on the corresponding artists’ pages. Keywords and a search function offer additional orientation and a range of references.
nmm The Broken Archive seeks to create rhizomatic references across the transcontinental Mediterranean region. Artistic works and texts emerge like archipelagos in search of community, resonance, connection. The Broken Archive is a project curated by the Villa Romana team. As a starting point, it brings together the numerous projects that have been carried out here in recent years. The intention is to develop it in a dynamic and interactive manner and offer a common platform to many other artists and projects to come.
nmm The starting point for Kamma's solo exhibition, whose title is taken from a sonnet by Averardo Genovesi from 1838, is the film Georgofili, a 27-minute HD film produced in 2012, for the purposes of which Kamma conducted research during her residency at the Villa Romana as an international visiting artist in 2010 and 2011. Georgofili assembles different 'voices of Italy' throughout the ages. The old genre of Tuscan Contrasto verbal duels, in which the performer-poets Emilio Meliano and Realdo Tonti use their arguing skills to debate the politics and morality of contemporary Italy, is confronted with the historical educational dialogues from the age of enlightened despotism, performed and commented by the young Italian actors Lavinia Parisi and Marco Rustioni.
nmm The exhibition From Bank to Bank on a Gradual Slope stages the premiere of the film among a selection of found objects placed on shelving structures developed specifically for the rooms of the Villa Romana in collaboration with the Belgian architect Breg Horemans. Windows and doors of the main exhibition rooms are projected along their own axis, up to the point where they intersect. These crossing points shape the outline of the flexible and adjustable shelving structures.
nmm https://www.brokenarchive.org/artist/eleni-kamma#from-bank-to-bank-on-a-gradual-slope

F.A.R. Radio Archive
Eleni Kamma's contribution to the F.A.R. Radio programme is now available in their online Archive
nmmF.A.R. Radio was a temporary web radio station broadcasting live from the 3 137 studio, on December 8 to 12, 2020. Over the course of these five days, over 70 participants were invited and 49 radio shows were produced. The invited guests comprised local art initiatives and cultural workers, individuals with a research interest in housing, collective and individual property, and employees or owners of small businesses located in the Exarchia neighborhood.
nmmOn December 12th, 2020 Eleni Kamma joined Daphne Vitali for How can we laugh in the Post-truth Europe today? during which they discussed pluralism, solidarity, Europe, democracy, prosperity, language, and migration.
nmmF.A.R. Radio is part of the program F.A.R. (Floor Area Ratio). F.A.R. is an atlas of the city of Athens mapping the evolving economy, the housing market, and the various communities living and interacting in the city. It's a storytelling action around the present and future of Athens.
nmmThe programme inluded radio shows by:
Α-DASH, Aetopoulos Athens, Daphne Aidoni, Antonakis, Nikolas Arnis, Bayard, Gordon Beeferman, Callirrhoë, Elena Chantzis, Klea Charitou, Maria Chatzopoulou, Co-Hab Athens, Communitism, Ilaria Conti, DELIVERART project, Vasilis Dimitrakas, DOLCE, Dora Economou, Eftichis Efthimiou, Emantes, Enterprise Projects, Florent Frizet, Aphrodite Gogoglou, Grace, Stavia Grimani, Haus N, Hydroexpress Project, Laure Jaffuel, Daphne Kalliga, Eleni Kamma, KEIV, Christos Kritikos, LEEFWERK, LULU, Michalis Markatselis, Marina Miliou-Theocharaki, Giorgos Mitsios, ΝΟΤUS studio, Ntizeza, Malvina Panagiotidi, Eleanna Papathanasiadi, Maro Paraskevoudi, Michalis Pavlidis, Perianth Hotel, P.E.T Projects, Phenomenon, Phoenix Athens, Caroline Pradal, Eleni Riga, Rodeo, Kleanthis Rousos, Sofia Sampani, Erica Scourti, Snehta Residency, Panagiotis Sotiris, Evi Sougkara, Hristiana Stamou, Kostas Stasinopoulos, State of Concept Athens, Mina Stone, Alexander Strecker, Sub Rosa Space, Katerina Tselou, The Athens Zine Bibliotheque, The EIGHT, Tsev, Kelly Tsipni-Kolaza, Typical Organization, Eva Vaslamatzi, Daphne Vitali, Eva Vlassopoulos, Weekend, Yellow Brick, Vasilis Zarifopoulos, Zoetrope Athens.
Radio Jingle: Andreas Sell
Visual Identity: Typical Organization
Documentation and Cinematography: Fake Office
Project Management and Communication: Natalia Mavridou
Web Radio Page Development and Technical Support:
Christos Tsamardas
Sound Design: Marios Vittis
F.A.R. (Floor Area Ratio) was realised with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, Outset Contemporary Art Fund Greece and Mécène / Mycenae (members of 3 137).

Out of the Box – from the Center of the Periphery
– powered by MC (DE/BE/NL)
Participating artists: Charlotte Lagro (NL) Eleni Kamma (GR/NL) Evamaria Schaller (AU/DE) Giulio Squillacciotti (IT) Johanna Roderburg (DE) Joséphine Kaeppelin (FR/NL) Sanne Vaassen (NL) Sophie Langohr (BE) Susanne Krell (DE) Vera Gulikers (NL)
Galerie HINTEN, Augustusburger Straße 102, 09126 Chemnitz, Germany

Bye Bye His-Story, chapter 5050
Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image imprimée, Rue des Amours 10, La Louvière, Belgium
Curated by Emmanuel Lambion
With work by Xavier Antin, Apparatus22, Jacques André, Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver, Babi Badalov, Charlotte Beaudry, Léa Belooussovitch, Aline Bouvy, Lucia Bru, Basile Bruneau, Marc Buchy, Mirko Canesi, Alexandra Chaushova, Michiel Ceulers, Thomas Couderc, Alexis Etienne, Michael Dans, Denicolai & Provoost, Emeline Depas, Lise Duclaux, Serena Fineschi, Kendell Geers, Laetitia Gendre, Valérian Goalec, Matthias Greenhalgh, Eleni Kamma, François de Jonghe et Sukrii Kural, Nicolas Lamas, David Maljkovic, Katja Mater, Fabien Mathieu, Gérard Meurant, Wesley Meuris, Adrien Meurrens, Marianne Mispelaëre, Marlie Mul, Serge Onnen, Odilon Pain, Niels Poiz, Emmanuelle Quertain, Francesc Ruiz, Matthieu Saladin, Vittorio Santoro, Teresa Sdralevic, Endre Tot, Nora Turato, Chloé Van Oost, Daniel van Straalen, Oriol Villanova, Loïs Weinberger
Opening WE 27–28/03/2021
until 26/09/2021

Persona Everyware
Through a set of artistic proposals and a fictional conversation, this publication explores the ways in which individual and collective identities manifest and reconfigure themselves in the digital age and the health crisis.
Edited by Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel.
Text by Raphaël Brunel, Antoine Marchand et Anne-Lou Vicente ; interventions artistiques de Pedro Barateiro, Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion, Guillaume Constantin, Kevin Desbouis, Eleni Kamma, Anouk Kruithof, Ingrid Luche.
Graphic design: David Benmussa.
Published with Le Lait, Albi.
published in February 2021
texts in English and French
17 x 24 cm (softcover)
96 pages (color ill.)

The Corners of the Mouth
03/03/2021, online
Participatory event with Samah Hijawi, Philippine Hoegen, Eleni Kamma, Gosie Vervloessem
Since 2020, life online takes more importance and space/time than ever before. Contemporary communication and collaboration take many new forms, both online and physically.
The Corners of the Mouth focusses on the hybrid life we are living under the current conditions. How can we make use of this hybridity in order to cultivate new forms of artistic expression and to strengthen the relation between the “I” and the “we”?
The Corners of the Mouth explores and develops a participatory system of reciprocal nourishing, between artists, audience and institutions – all involved through exercises in affective communication. How do we cultivate the conditions and the environment for this?
The aim of this first public event of The Corners of the Mouth is to offer perspectives on nourishing through reciprocal relations.
Participants: Samah Hijawi, Philippine Hoegen, Eleni Kamma, Gosie Vervloessem
Location: online. In order to register, please send an email to info@jubilee-art.org with "The Corners of The Mouth" in the subject line...

Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin
23–28 February 2021
Hybrid Spaces
Online and live from the Louvre auditorium

Telepathic Traces
In September 2020, when the corona social distancing measures came into place, oracle adapted their end event group gathering into a telepathic retreat.
oracle invites 16 artists to share their experiences and traces of telepathic retreat in public spaces in the Brussels center. The exhibition consists of video, images, objects and writings from the telepathic retreat.
The starting point is nadine window exhibition space and also takes place in surrounding environs.
As part of the exhibition oracle will experiment with ways of welcoming, guiding through public space exhibition, reading the city architecture and creating safe intimacy with the audience.
the telepathic retreat participating artists are / de deelnemende kunstenaars zijn: Caroline Daish, Justine Maxelon, Lou Carvalho, Myriam van Imschoot, Marcus Bergner, Eleni Kamma, Miyuki Inoue, Various Artists, Gosie Vervloessem, Em König, Anissa Rouas, Isabel Burr Raty, Rasa Alksnyte, Ingrid Voorendt, Sawsan Maher, Elli Vassalou
opening Thursday 21.01.2021 / 12:00-20:00, dinA, Nieuwbrug 3 Rue du Pont Neuf, 1000 Brussels
supported by Vlaamse Gemeenschap culturele activiteitenpremie

Temporary Radio Station
8–12 December 2020
nmmF.A.R. is an atlas of the city of Athens mapping the evolving economy, the housing market and the various communities living in the city. It's a storytelling action around the present and future of the city and unfolds in three successive independent episodes: A community radio along with an intervention in the outdoor area of 3 137, a series of actions and performances in public spaces of Athens, and finally a group exhibition next fall.
nmm F.A.R. explores the ways in which Athens is inhabited. It stems from the need to understand the different types of transformations that have been taking place in Athens in the past recent years. Despite the economic recession of the last decade and the political instability in the wider Mediterranean region, the city has become a place to be. At the same time, over the last five years, we have seen the local art scene changing; the number of art spaces is growing and venues and initiatives of varying scale are developing.
nmm On December 8th, the program begins with F.A.R. RADIO, a temporary web radio station, broadcasting via our website (www.3137.gr). At the same time, four interventions by Can Altay, Zoe Giambouldaki, Diohandi and Kostis Velonis will be installed outside 3 137, accessible 24/7. The interventions aim to comment on the use and design of public space and reflect on stories of cultural heritage and language.
nmm Invited guests of F.A.R. RADIO are several art initiatives of the city, individuals with a research interest in housing and collective/individual property, as well as employees or owners of small businesses in Exarcheia neighborhood. The guests will develop a 50-minute show—featuring sounds, music and discussion—about their activity, their daily habits, and the city networks within which they engage.
nmm Our aim is to examine how Athens is changing, focusing on the artistic community and its relations with the development of the city and the economy. If artists, consciously or not, are the first ones to occupy and get familiar with run-down locations and neighborhoods then it is intriguing to observe why they choose this city as their place of residence, how they conceive it and how they feel and think about it. The shows will be available online after the end of the project, functioning as an archive of the current time period.
nmm This radio project is a follow-up to Babylon Radio, which was organized by 3 137 in 2014 and to Radio Rhodiola, commissioned by Alserkal Arts Foundation in Dubai in 2019.
RADIO shows by:
Α-Dash Space, Aetopoulos Athens, Daphne Aidoni, Antonakis, Nikolas Arnis, Athens Zine Bibliotheque, Bayard, Callirrhoë, Elena Demetria Chantzis, Klea Charitou, Maria Chatzopoulou, Co-Hab Athens, Communitism, Ilaria Conti, DELIVERART project, Dolce Publishing, Vasilis Dimitrakas, Dora Economou, Enterprise Projects, Florent Frizet, Stavia Grimani, Afroditi Gogoglou, Haus N, Hydroexpress Project Publication, Laure Jaffuel, Daphne Kalliga, Eleni Kamma, KEIV, Kelly Tsipni-Kolaza, Leefwerk, LULU, Giorgos Mitsios, ΝΟΤUS studio, Ntizeza, Eleanna Papathanasiadi, Maro Paraskevoudi, Michalis Pavlidis, P.E.T Projects, Phenomenon, Phoenix Athens, Caroline Pradal, Radio Athènes, Eleni Riga, Sofia Sabani, Snehta Residency, Panagiotis Sotiris, Evi Sougkara, Hristiana Stamou, Kostas Stasinopoulos, State of Concept Athens, Mina Stone, Sub Rosa Space, Tavros, Marina Miliou-Theocharaki, THE EIGHT, Typical Organization, Daphne Vitali, Eva Vlassopoulos, Weekend, Yellow Brick, Vasilis Zarifopoulos, Zoetrope and more t.b.a.
3 137 is an artist run space in Athens founded by three greek artists. The space is used as a studio and opens its gates 3 to 4 times per year to organize exhibitions as also events such as artist talks, presentations and performances. 3 137 is a meeting point for creation and collaboration. An independent initiative that promotes artistic practices and supports experimental ways of art production, curatorship and presentation.

Block 1: 30th of November – 06th of December
Block 2: 07th of December – 13th of December
Block 3: 14th of December – 20th of December
nmmNAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein cordially invites you to this year’s Digital Benefit Auction in December 2020 under the patronage of Prof. Henrik Hanstein (Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne). You will find the auction at neueraachenerkunstverein.auction.
nmm This year the auction will not take place on site, but for the first time completely digital. In three weekly blocks, we will put the works to be auctioned online, from Monday to Sunday. On Sunday evening, the works on offer will end with a time delay; the highest bid will then be accepted. The first auction week begins on November 30th, the last auction will end on December 20th, 2020. To participate in the auction and place bids, please register on this page in advance. You will be informed by email in case you are outbid and also in case you are knocked down on Sunday evening. If a bid is placed on an artwork in the last 5 minutes, its duration is automatically extended once by another 3 minutes. After a successful auction of a work you will receive an invoice from us for the purchase. After payment (bank transfer, card or cash payment on site) we send the work or it can be picked up at the NAK by arrangement.
nmm The exhibition presentation of the works on site will not be open to the public this year due to a pandemic. Instead, digital formats such as video tours will bring the exhibits and participating artists closer to those interested; we are also already presenting all works via Instagram and Facebook.
nmm PARTICIPATING ARTISTS // Albrecht/Wilke // Florian Auer // Eliza Ballesteros // Mark Barker // Horst H. Baumann // Arno Beck // Boris Becker // Clemens Behr // Tim Berresheim // Sarah Bogner // Eugenie Bongs- Beer // Aline Bouvy // Lars Breuer // Zachary Buchner // Sebastian Burger // Bram Braam // Zuzanna Czebatul // Walter Dahn // Andreas Diefenbach // Matthias Dornfeld // Philip Emde // Klaus Endrikat // Erik Esso // Arnaud Eubelen // Carsten Fock // Bertrand Fournier // Max Frintrop // Albrecht Fuchs // Isabella Fürnkäs // Jakob Gilg // Tahnee Godt // Nicholas Grafia // Andreas Greiner // Lone Haugaard Madsen // Nora Hansen // Samuel Henne // Marcel Hiller // Jan Hoeft // Gina Hunt // Olga Jakob // Béla Pablo Janssen // Christof John // Eleni Kamma // Andy Kassier // Christian Keinstar // Thomas Kellner // Rene Kemp // Daniel Kiss // Magdalena Kita // Halina Kliem // Alfons Knogl // Jody Korbach // Hanna Körner // Hans W. Krämer // Thomas Kratz // Tom Król // Mischa Kuball // Michael Kunze // Wolfgang Kupczyk // Talisa Lallai // Alwin Lay // Lukas Luzius Leichtle // Anna Ley // Christine Liebich // Arthur Löwen // Timur Lukas // Tobias Maring // Markues // Mike Meiré // Simon Mielke & Phung-Tien Phan // Jonathan Monk // Sali Muller // Nick Oberthaler // Murat Önen // Bea Otto // Rade Petrasevic // Andreas Plum // Lorenzo Pompa // Bernd Ribbeck // Max Rödel // Johanna Roderburg // Markus Saile // Laurentius Sauer // Morgaine Schäfer // Evamaria Schaller // Jan-Ole Schiemann // David Schiesser // Florian Schmidt // Berit Schneidereit // Ani Schulze // Ulrike Schulze // Oliver Sieber // Emil Sorge // René Spitzer // Casey Spooner // Julius Stahl // Jörn Stoya // Katja Stuke // Sophia Süßmilch // Emma Talbot // Tilo&Toni // Wolfgang Tillmans // Cléo Totti // Anna Virnich // Thomas Virnich // Luki von der Gracht // Lena von Goedeke // Karl von Monschau // Thomas Wachholz // Johannes Tassilo Walter // Nicholas Warburg // Noemi Weber // Thomas Weidenhaupt // Christoph Westermeier // Achim Franz Willems // Eric Winkler // Alex Wissel // Johannes Wohnseifer // Sonja Yakovleva // Josef Zekoff // Nina Zeljković

Making Matters Symposium
20 & 21 November 2020
Collective Material Practices in Critical Times
Eleni Kamma participates in the second edition of the Making Matters symposium, which will take place on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 November 2020 at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam and online.
Collective material practices are now emerging that transgress the classical opposition between theory and practice, or thinking and making. These practices actively engage with our catastrophic times and generate collaborations that connect social, technological, and cultural concerns. They show a potential to develop a comprehensive approach to art, science and technology, driven by the necessity to fundamentally reimagine the relationship of humans to the world.
Confirmed participants: Aliens in Green, Display Distribute, a.pass, Feral Atlas Group, Jatiwangi Art Factory, The Otolith Group, Olu Taiwo, Kate Rich, Garnet Hertz, Jeanne van Heeswijk, Clara Lobregat Balaguer, the work group Material Practices (Leiden University, Willem de Kooning Academy, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Waag Society, West Den Haag and associated researchers)

S.M.A.K. moves: Drawings in Lockdown
October 31, 2020–February 21, 2021
It is visitors that breathe life into a museum. During lockdown, things were extremely quiet, also at S.M.A.K. Everyone was forced into isolation. Drawing is often a solitary activity. For this reason, at the end of March, S.M.A.K. invited as many people as possible to send in drawings. Anyone could participate: young and old, from amateurs to artists. The initiative was a way for the museum to keep in active contact with its visitors during this time of crisis. The numerous drawings that we were privileged to receive paint a compelling and diverse picture of how their makers experienced this remarkable period.
The S.M.A.K. Moves pavilion is a design by Olivier Goethals. A publication designed by Edouard Schneider will complement this presentation.
Jan Hoetplein 1, 9000 Gent
T +32 (0)9 323 60 01
E info@smak.be

WELLNESS – Participate, Tend and Befriend!

October 3, 2020 – May 23, 2021
Our notably increased interest in health and personal well-being is a social phenomenon. In this precarious pandemic era, our efforts for collective health are of great importance. This exhibition presents wellness through the perspective of contemporary art. Together with twelve internationally practicing artists, Kristianstads konsthall investigates whether art can be a strategy and method for well-being.
mm For many of us, wellness is a coveted lifestyle related to happiness and harmony. At the same time, the pursuit of well-being has polarized our society. Wellness can be an engrossing lifestyle with committed followers, enthusiastically sharing a belief in the utopian power of well-being. At the same time, it is a multimillion dollar industry feeding on hope and despair, dubious promises and deep disappointment, at high individual cost.
mm The scope of wellness is growing at a furious pace, rapidly producing new concepts and trends – from forest baths and retreats to age-reducing treatments and special diets. Self-care, internal and external, has for many become a necessity for surviving a hectic everyday life. At the same time, having the motivation, time and money to take care of oneself signals success in today’s society. It can even indicate an individual’s attitude to climate change and politics. This can be expressed through personal choices such as veganism or reducing use of plastics, as well as advocating stronger public health measures, such as shortened working hours.
mm The exhibition invites us to participate, take care and connect! Via various artistic investigations, presentations and techniques, questions are raised such as:
How does contemporary art view the phenomenon of wellness?
Can consumer- and lifestyle criticism affect our way of life?
How does an ongoing pandemic affect wellness?
mm Participating artists:
Ditte Ejlerskov (DK), Feminist Health Care Research Group – Inga Zimprich and Julia Bonn (DE), The Institute for New Feeling – Scott Andrew, Agnes Bolt and Nina Sarnelle (US), Jeppe Hein (DK), Eleni Kamma (GR), Anna Ting Möller (SE), Nuleinn – Rine Rodin (DK) and Magga Ploder (IS), Pilvi Takala (FI), Slim & Krystal – Sidse Carstens co-lab med Rose Eken and Nils Gröndahl (DK), Sophie Utikal (US), Amanda Vincelli (CA) and UnfitBits – Tega Brain and Suraya Mattu (US).
mm Kristianstads konsthall
mm Stora Torg, Kristianstad
mm Sweden
mm +46 (0) 44-620 19 00
mm http://www.regionmuseet.se/utstallningar/tillfalliga-utstallningar/wellness.html

10 & 11 OKTOBER 2020
Powered by Bureau Europa, Maastricht
6211 RT Maastricht
An excerpt from Casting Call: Episode I makes part of the following walk:
18. Performancetour ‘Street language’ by Joep Vossebeld A city is more than a heap of stones arranged into streets, squares and buildings. Every dark alley has a story, every pavement tile is a silent witness: sometimes of large and spectacular events, but often also of small, everyday and yet special stories. The route includes seven live performances; the entire route with 15 performances can be viewed online as a video.

Limburg Biënnale
Marres - House for Contemporary Culture, Capucijnenstraat 98
6211 RT Maastricht
05 Sep 2020 – 15 Nov 2020

4th WAB
27 Jan 2020 – 31 Dec 2020
The fourth edition of the Wandering Arts Biennial (WAB) is taking place in 2020.
The WAB is a contemporary arts biennial that focuses on versatile research, production and presentation methods of artists with nomadic practices.
This fourth edition of the WAB returns to the initial aim of the biennial, i.e. to serve as a platform for encounter and exchange for participating artists.
In early 2020, during different gatherings, a number of themes were distilled that connect to the research and practice of participants. These strands will serve as the backdrop for the biennial, offering a focal point to all activities happening.
– different modes of wandering
– artistic ethics of wandering
– ownership / authorship – the collective question
– the institute
– rhythm (past connected to future motor)
The WAB is co-produced by all the participating artists.

Eleni Kamma will be talking about her ongoing research in the first edition of TALKS, a series of meetings organised by Center for Artistic Sensibilities.
mm31/05/2018, 19:30–21h
mm Live stream via link on Center for Artistic Sensibilities
Center for Artistic Sensibilities invited three guests for the launch of the first edition of the TALKS series. Tine Deboelpaep, Ella de Burca, and Eleni Kamma will be discussing their ongoing research projects in a live Skype meeting. Kamma is currently a PhD Arts candidate at Leiden University and KABK in the Hague. Her research revolves around the notion of 'parrhesia', which implies "not only freedom of speech, but also the obligation to speak the truth for the common good, even at personal risk, by questioning how the notion of entertainment relates to personal expression and public participation." Her artistic practice "develops performative strategies and creates temporary spaces of shared experience, where co-creation may be possible."
mmTALKS is a series of meetings, which can also veer into a debate, a presentation, or a performance. Artists at different stages of their careers are invited to present their works (especially works-in-progress or yet unrealised ideas), to share their doubts and questions, and to exchange feedback in an informal atmosphere.
mmPractical information:
The meeting will take place online, via Skype, and thus the number of places is limited. If you would like to actively join this edition of TALKS, send an email to: centerforartisticsensibilities@gmail.com.
You will be contacted with further instructions on how to join the conversation. TALKS will also be streamed live. To tune into this live streaming, follow the link on Center for Artistic Sensibilities's Facebook account.
All TALKS are held in English.

Art is Always Public
mmAn Artist's Film Each Week

How can we preserve closeness and exchange when the survival motto these days is "social distancing"? With a film programme Villa Romana would like to maintain a form of public and an attention towards artistic productions. In a state of emergency, as we all live it now, together and individually, these can generate forms of friendship, courage and solidarity.
mmEvery Wednesday Villa Romana shares an artist's film online, which has been produced in or around Villa Romana in recent years or was shown here. There are also some new releases!
mmThe programme includes films by Mikhail Karikis, Shannon Bool, Lerato Shadi, Sophie Reinhold, Fide Dayo, Mario Rizzi, Maya Schweizer, Eleni Kamma, Dani Gal, Karolina Bregula, Andrea d'Amore, Alessandra Ferrini, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Eske Schlüters and others.
mm #7
mm 29.04.–05.05.2020
mm Eleni Kamma, Georgofili (2012)
mm HD video, 27 min
The Accademy of the Georgofili was founded in Florence in 1757 in order to promote science in favour of agriculture. In Eleni Kamma’s film Georgofili, Italian voices from different times come together: The old genre of the Tuscan contrasto (battle of words), in which the performer-poets Emilio Meliano and Realdo Tonti use their debating skills to discuss the politics and morals of contemporary Italy, meets educational dialogues from the era of enlightened despotism, which are recited and commented on by the young Italian actors Lavinia Parissi and Marco Rustioni.
mmEleni Kamma was born in 1973 in Athens and lives and works in Brussels and Maastricht. In her artistic work, she explores gaps and contradictions within cultural narratives and structures. She reinterprets systems of order, strategies of description and classification and thus investigates the relationship between cliché, banality and stereotype in the formation of history and meaning. Eleni Kamma has been an International Guest Artist at Villa Romana in 2010 and 2011.

Casting Call:
mmHow does a European politician save a refugee from drowning?

mm Solo exhibition at ACPA exhibition space, Leiden
mm 17/02/2020–15/05/2020
In Casting Call: How does a European politician save a refugee from drowning? the exhibits are considered both as hosts, inviting the visitor to experience them, and as testifiers, providing evidence to how the circulation processes in Kamma’s practice — from her as individual artist (through her drawings, where she enacts the Characters of the Parade on paper), to dialectic collaborations (through film and performative events, where the Characters are publicly enacted) and back again —materialize.
mmCasting Call (2016-ongoing) is supported by Mondriaan Fund, VAF Filmlab (development), Stichting De Zaaier, Beursschouwburg, nadine/Wandering Arts Biennial, M-Museum Leuven, asbl Art/Recherche, Theater aan het Vrijthof, Centre d'art Le Lait, Provincie Limburg (The Netherlands), and Grensverleggers/deBuren.
mmOpening hours: Weekdays from 9AM-5PM
mmPJ Veth Building, Nonnensteg 1-3, 2311VJ Leiden
mm ACPA exhibition space, located at the basement of the P.J. Veth building
mm https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/

Persona Everyware

Group show with Eleni Kamma at Centre d'art Le Lait, Albi (FR)
Opening: 07/02/2020, 18:30h
mmLe Lait centre d’art contemporain
mm28 rue de Rochegude
mm81000 Albi, France
Persona Everyware gathers the work of eight artists and artist duos dealing with topics such as commons, anonymity and the (de)construction of identity in the digital age. A series of videos, installations and drawings will be presented at Hôtel Rochegude. Kamma will present a series of drawings alongside the short film MIGRATIE, both of which are part of her ongoing research project Casting Call.
mmParticipating artists: Pedro Barateiro, Émilie Brout and Maxime Marion, Guillaume Constantin, Kevin Desbouis, Eleni Kamma, Anouk Kruithof and Ingrid Luche.
mmCommissioned by: Anne-Lou Vicente and Raphaël Brunel / What You See Is What You Hear & Antoine Marchand

a.O. – b.c. An audiovisual diary

Group show with Eleni Kamma at State of Concept, Athens, and Athens School of fine Arts
(a.O. - b.c. = after Olympics - before crisis)
mm Fifteen years after the end of the 28th Olympic Games in Athens, Greece has not recovered from the crisis. Traveling back to 2004-2010, a re-visiting through the spectrum of culture reveals a lot about the climate then and now. In September 2004, following the success of the 28th Olympic Games hosted in Athens, Greece was slowly embarking on a - then invisible to the many - economic downturn. It led to the then Prime Minister George Papandreou to announce on April 23, 2010 (ironically the dark anniversary of the Junta dictatorship) that Greece is entering the International Monetary Fund support mechanism, the country entering a long path of austerity.
This exhibition sheds light on a five-year period of rich audio and visual cultural production in the interval between those two events. The prevailing global narrative on Greece at the end of the Olympics was a positive one: the cradle of European thinking, the mother of Western culture, succeeded in organising a highly celebrated aesthetically pleasing event that was viewed by millions all over the world. In just five years Greece would have a completely different profile of the front pages of international press, as a bankrupt country, not civilised enough, in a collapsed financial state due to corruption and over-spending of European grants for decades; a country that over-borrowed but was begging for more money. A country that wanted to deceive the economically stable Northern Europe, with Greeks portrayed as "lazy".
mmThe exhibition attempts to first trace the footprints of this change over the past five years through examples of cultural production of the period, and to contour what kind of climate was prevailing in Athens by the end of the Olympics, but also to look for possible samples of utopian or dystopian representations for a future for Athens and Greece through the narrative of artists, filmmakers, musicians and designers.
The two main pillars on which the exhibition is based on are, to primarily raise the question of art and its relationship to the fetishistic narrative (of both foreign and Greek society) of contemporary Greece as a continuation of its ancient heritage as well as its reflection on the concept of Greekness, and furthermore to unearth the articulation of a new glossary that contoured the cultural production of the period. a.O. - b.c. aims to highlight the efforts traced in cultural production that formed the basis but also the introduction, to the current international interest in Athens in its post-documenta era.
From artistic collectives, curatorial initiatives and independent movements of filmmakers, to music groups with a newfound political discourse and experimentations through new media, cultural production in Athens between 2004-2010 was a nucleus for the redefinition of national identity, sociopolitical concerns, investigations and positioning but also a ground for a new discourse that described local cultural production in new terms in relation to its past but also the global international scene.
The exhibition serves as a sample presentation of a small section of hundreds of examples of initiatives and actions presented at that time, through the memories of the State of Concept curatorial team (Vicky Zioga, Electra Karatza, Maria Adela Konomi, Lydia Markaki and iLiana Fokianaki). Catalogue Texts: George Tzirtzilakis, iLiana Fokianaki
Special thanks to Nadia Argyropoulou, Vangelis Vlachos, Ioanna Gerakides, Despina Zeukili, Elpida Karaba and Christoforos Marinos.
Opening times and dates:
Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA): Wednesday - Friday 12-4 p.m. (11-13 and 18-20 December)
State of Concept: Wednesday-Friday 4.30 - 8.30 p.m. , Saturday 12-5 p.m. (11-14 December, 18-21 December)
Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA): Wednesday - Friday 12-4 p.m. (15-17, 22-24 and 29-31 January)
State of Concept: Wednesday-Friday 4.30 - 8.30 p.m., Saturday 12-5 p.m. (15-18, 22-25, 29-31 January and 1st of February)

NAK Benefiz Auktion 2019

Annual benefit auction with Eleni Kamma at NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
07/12/2019 - 12/12/2019
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein cordially invites you to this year’s benefit auction on the 14th December 2019 under the direction of Prof. Henrik Hanstein (Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne). The auction’s works come from established artists as well as newcomers and will be presented in advance in an exhibition that will open on the 7th December at 7 pm. Four guided tours by renowned art connoisseurs in the following week will bring artists and works closer to the interested public. The Kunstverein will be closed on Friday, the 13th December. At last, the works will be auctioned at the NAK on Saturday, the 14th December. Written as well as telephone bids are possible, the Kunstverein awaits your registration.
Saturday 7 December 2019
7 — 10 PM
8 December — 12 December 2019
Guided tours:
Daily at 7 PM
14 December 2019, 7 PM
Participating artists:
Michelle Alperin // Florian Auer // Boris Becker // Valentin Beinroth // Tim Berresheim // Eugenie Bongs-Beer // Lars Breuer // Tim Bruening // Kira Bunse // Louisa Clement // Zuzanna Czebatul // Walter Dahn // Andreas Diefenbach // Matthias Dornfeld // Thomas Dozol // Joëlle Dubois // Klaus Endrikat // Arnaud Eubelen // Egan Frantz // Max Frintrop // Albrecht Fuchs // Isabella Fürnkäs // Jakob Gilg // Tahnee Godt // Selma Gültoprak // Ilka Helmig // Simon Hemmer // Petra Herzog // Marcel Hiller // Benedikt Hipp // Jan Hoeft // Anne Imhof // Béla Pablo Janssen // Christof John // Eleni Kamma // Andy Kassier // Ben Kaufmann // KAYA (Kerstin Brätsch & Debo Eilers) // Christian Keinstar // Thomas Kellner // Daniel Kiss // Magdalena Kita // Halina Kliem // Alfons Knogl // Jody Korbach // Hanna Körner // Hans W. Krämer // Thomas Kratz // MC Krell // Tom Król // Mischa Kuball // Michael Kunze // Wolfgang Kupczyk // Talisa Lallai // Alwin Lay // Mischa Leinkauf // LETO // Anna Ley // Christine Liebich // Arthur Löwen // Timur Lukas // Tammo Lünemann // Lone Haugaard Madsen // Tobias Maring // Xavier Mary // Mike Meiré // Gerold Miller // Jonathan Monk // Yuji Nagai // Joe Neave // Nick Oberthaler // Bea Otto // Ulrich Pester // Salvatore Picone // Bernd Ribbeck // Maximillian Rödel // Johanna Roderburg // Markus Saile // Laurentius Sauer // Morgaine Schäfer //Evamaria Schaller // Julia Scher // Marius Schillak // Sami Schlichting // Pablo Schlumberger // Florian Schmidt // Ani Schulze // Wilhelm Schürmann // Timo Seber // Oliver Sieber // Emil Sorge // Vera Sous // Casey Spooner // Station 17 // Michael Stipe // Katja Stuke // Sophia Süßmilch // Emma Talbot // Britta Thie // Wolfgang Tillmans // Tilo&Toni // Nora Turato // Thomas Virnich // Jorinde Voigt // Cosima von Bonin // Karl von Monschau // Thomas Wachholz // Finn Wagner // Thomas Weidenhaupt // Christoph Westermeier // Constanze Wiater // Achim Franz Willems // Eric Winkler // Johannes Wohnseifer // and more to be announced

ACPA Conference 2019

Eleni Kamma has been invited as guest speaker for the two-day ACPA Conference in The Hague. This year's edition, entitled Is This Thing On? Public Dimensions of Artistic Research, has a main focus on the notion of the 'public' in artistic research.
ACPA Conference 2019: Is This Thing On? Public Dimensions of Artistic Research
The Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK) & Royal Conservatoire The Hague (KC)
The first conference day will be hosted by the Royal Academy of Art and the second conference day by Royal Conservatoire.
In artistic research the public can be an integral and active part of the combined project of creating art, knowledge and societal relevance. To what extent do artistic researchers take into account this expanded role of the public in their choice of research approach, methods or forms of dissemination? In some instances, the collaboration and responses of participants become the very material of the research, while in other cases the researcher resists the pressures of the public gaze.
The 2019 ACPA conference provides a platform to explore a range of practices along this public-private spectrum, and to elicit the productive tensions and correspondences between different forms of engagement such as listening, viewing, interacting, and experiencing. It seeks to problematize the notion and condition of publicness and to investigate both actual and potential relations between the artist-researcher and a real or imagined public.
Eleni Kamma is part of the panel Performance and Participation in Artistic Research on October 10th, 14:00 h in The Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK).

Artist talk

Eleni Kamma will be giving an artist talk and present some of her works to the Bachelor and Master students of LUCA School of Arts in the context of a lecture series organised by the Fine Arts Department of LUCA, Brussels. 03/10/2019, 17:00h Auditorium Sint-Lukas campus, Brussels Paleizenstraat 70 1030 Brussels


Eleni Kamma and others participating in the Art Inside Out residency (Crystal Z Campbell and Henna-Riikka Halonen) present an evening with film screening, performance and sound installation.
from 17:45h 17:45 Welcome and sound installation, Kallbadhuset i Varberg.
18:30 Performance walk through the city aiming for Stadshotellet.
19:00 Film screenings at Middelgrund (Stadshotellet)
19:45 Party! Performance and re-enactment of a party in 1910 held by ”Varbergs förening för kvinnans politiska rösträtt” in favour of the struggle for womens right to vote.
This event is part of the Gothenburg International Biennial of Contemporary Art (GIBCA) extended program.
Art Inside Out is a nomadic institution for artist-in-residence in all art forms and genres. Artists are invited to explore the possibilities for their own art practices, as well as delve into new collaborations, with the county of Halland as a playing field. Through an open process that leaves room for the unforeseen, there is the opportunity for new discourse, where art generates creative solutions and new ways of seeing the world.
Different locations in Varberg, Sweden, programme starting at the Kallbadhuset (Cold Bath House):
Kallbadhuset Varberg, Otto Torells gata 7, 43244 Varberg, Sweden
More information on the Art Inside Out (AIO) website.

Egenomsorg, Parrhesia, Public Secrets Och Friktion

Eleni Kamma and others participating in the Art Inside Out residency present their artistic processes and work at Skogen, Gothenburg, Sweden
Art Inside Out's resident artists Crystal Z Campbell (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Henna-Riikka Halonen (Helsinki) and Eleni Kamma (Brussels/Maastricht) present their artistic processes and work. The artists participate in the residence 'Self-care then and now in the spa town of Varberg', 29 April–8 September. Through screenings, performance and sound the artists discuss self-care, parrhesia (the right to speak ones mind), public secrets and friction.
Read more on the artists and their work in the AIO Journal, 2019 #7
The programme is free and will be followed by dinner. The programme will be held in English.
This event is part of the Gothenburg International Biennial of Contemporary Art (GIBCA) extended program. Visiting information:
Studio, Skogen, Masthuggsterrassen 3, Gothenburg.
More information on the Art Inside Out (AIO) website:

Artist talk

Eleni Kamma will be giving an artist talk and presenting some of her works at Nieuwe Vide in Haarlem.
15.08.2019, 19:30–21:30h
doors open at 19h
Nieuwe Vide, Minckelersweg 6, Haarlem, The Netherlands
Nieuwe Vide is hosting an evening with Eleni Kamma. The evening's programme combines a conversation between Kamma and Nieuwe Vide's new curator Liesbeth Visee with a screening of some of the artist's video work, while in the back of the room there will be some objects on display.

Symposium Transformations of the Audible
16–18 May 2019, The Hague.
The symposium Transformations of the Audible aims to interrogate the factors and conditions which inform the way in which audibility is constituted. For this purpose it will gather artists, scholars, students and artist researchers from three domains – that of music, the arts and the scholarly field of sound studies – to address how artistic practices dealing with sound are traversed by and simultaneously operate upon the ways in which listening takes place.
Eleni Kamma's presentation, Heard or capable of being heard. Seeing through parrhesiastic dialectical games is scheduled for Saturday, May 18th- KABK Auditorium. It makes part of the panel Voice, Stage and Representation in sound (14:15–15:45).

Residency: Art Inside Out
Eleni Kamma will be participating in the upcoming residency on ”Self-care Then and Now” in Varberg (Sweden), a residency programme organised by Art Inside Out.
Art Inside Out is offering a residency on the theme “Self-care then and now” in the health resort of Varberg. The residency aims at an artistic activation of the heritage of the health resort, connected to various cultural sites, life stories, objects, and archive material, which also gives an opportunity for reflection about the ways history is written. How has the perception of self-care, health, and well-being evolved from the establishment of the health resort until today? What is the meaning of cultural, psychosocial and socio-economic perspectives for self-care?
Art Inside Out is offering an eight-week residency for three artists during 2019, with the following schedule: April 29–May 12 (research), May 13–June 9 (production), August 26–September 8 (presentation).
At the end of the residency, there will be public presentations of the artistic processes on-site in Varberg municipality as well as other places in Region Halland and Sweden. Various public meetings will occur during the entire residency period.
More information on the Art Inside Out website.

Curved Arrows
In this group exhibition at Kunstraum am Schauplatz, Vienna, Eleni Kamma presents her video GEORGOFILI, a 27 minutes HD film produced in 2012, for the purposes of which she conducted research during her residency at the Villa Romana, Florence, as an international visiting artist in 2010 and 2011.
Participating artists: Amalia Vekri, Alexandros Georgiou, Maria Georgoula, Zoe Giabouldaki, Dimitris Ioannou, Eleni Kamma, Nikos Kanarelis, Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Markela Kontaratou, Karolina Krasouli, Konstantinos Kotsis, Margarita Myrogianni, Theo Michael, Myrto Xanthopoulou, Nina Papaconstantinou, Tereza Papamichali, Georgia Sagri, George Stamatakis, Stefania Strouza, Evangelia Spiliopoulou, Alexandros Tzannis, Panos Tsagaris, Dimitris Foutris, Savvas Christodoulides
Curator Kostis Velonis, assistant curator Faidra Vasileiadou
Opening hours: Wednesday to Friday 15:00–18:00
Opening: 30/04 at 19:00
Location: Kunstraum am Schauplatz, Praterstrasse 42, A-1020 Vienna

From February 7 to April 5, 2019
Opening on February 7 at 7 pm
Justin Bennett, Eleni Kamma, Vincent Meessen, Jasper Rigole, Vermeir & Heiremans
Video programme presented in echo with Vincent Meessens’ exhibition at the Leonard and Bina Ellen gallery,
from November 17, 2018 to February 23, 2019.
514 845 0063
5455, de Gaspé avenue,
suite 109 (GF)
Montréal (Québec)
Canada H2T 3B3

Jubilee, platform for artistic research and production
Jubilee was first established in 2012 as a dialogue among artists and cultural workers who consider collaboration and artistic research as essential ways of working. Since then, it has evolved into an artist-run platform that provides continuous support for the work of six artists, while hosting other artworkers on a project base instigated by the platform’s collective research. Jubilee’s focus is twofold. First, it is an organisation for the production of the work of the member artists. Since 2015, these are Justin Bennett, Eleni Kamma, Vincent Meessen, Jasper Rigole, and Vermeir & Heiremans. Second, their shared interests lead to collective, performative research projects, involving collaborations with artists, curators, academic researchers and other professionals, art schools, universities and (art) institutions, and focus on the conditions of artistic practice.
For the Jubilee artists, collectivizing and sharing partnerships has been an opportunity to use the benefits of networks, visibility and other resources, while alleviating the responsibilities of fundraising, bookkeeping and legal costs. But Jubilee remains in the first place a platform for content exchange and discussion. Together, the artists constitute Jubilee’s collective artistic direction. Within their practices, Jubilee’s member artists work in diverse media and on a variety of topics, but always on a basis of collaborative research that brings in transversal knowledge from a wide range of perspectives. —

Sittard, wat verbeeld jij je?
Group exhibition with Eleni Kamma by De Salon at Museum Hedendaagse Kunst De Domijnen, Sittard. On the occassion of the 775th anniversary of the city of Sittard (Limburg, The Netherlands), De Salon is looking to the future rather than to the past. With this exhibition, De Salon shows visions of the future of Sittard. The exhibition is cursed by Joep Vossebeld.
Chantal le Doux
Vanessa Mezolla
Nathalie Brans
Laura van Eik
Lino Lithium
Eleni Kamma
Simone Schuffelen
Saskia Hendriks
Jens Brouwers
Jack Reubsaet
OTOMAX collective:
Paul Devens
Nika Schmitt
Fran Hoebergen
Joep Hinssen
Mike Moonen

16/12/2018 - 29/01/2019
Museum Hedendaagse Kunst De Domijnen
Ligne 5
6131 MT Sittard
The Netherlands
Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 11-17h. For opening hours during holidays, see here.

Benefit auction with Eleni Kamma at NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
Opening: 8th December 2018, 19h
Exhibition: 10th until 13th December 2018, 14-19h
Auction: 15th December 2018, 19h

NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein is pleased to invite you to this year’s benefit auction on the 15th December 2018 presided by Prof. Henrik Hanstein (Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne). Works by established artists as well as newcomers will be auctioned off and will be presented in an exhibition beforehand, opening on the 8th December at 7 PM. Four guided tours by experts from the art scene will give un understanding of the artists and works to the visitors and potential buyers the week after. In Friday, the 14th December, NAK will remain closed. On the 15th December, the auction will take place. Written bids and bids via telephone are welcomed, please get in touch with NAK via info@neueraachenerkunstverein.de beforehand to enroll.
Previews //
9th until 13th December 2018, 2-7 PM
Guided tours: //
Monday, the 10th December 2018, 7 PM: tba.
Tuesday, the 11th December 2018, 7 PM: tba.
Wednesday, the 12th December 2018, 7 PM: Patrick C. Haas (Mélange, Köln) and Maurice Funken (Director, NAK)
Thursday, the 13th December 2018, 7 PM: Prof. Dr. Doris Klee (Board, NAK and Prorector, RWTH Aachen University) und Prof. Dr. Alexander Markschies (Board, NAK and Dean, RWTH Aachen University)
Auction //
The auction will take place on the 15th December 2018 at 7 PM presided by Prof. Henrik Hanstein of Kunsthaus Lempertz, Cologne. Registration for the auction is possible from 6 PM.
Participating artists //
Florian Auer / Horst H. Baumann / Arno Beck / Boris Becker / Johannes Bendzulla / Tim Berresheim / Andri Bischoff / Lukas Bischoff / Ursula Böhmer / Eugenie Bongs-Beer / Aline Bouvy / Lars Breuer / Tim Bruening / Phil Collins / Joachim Coucke / Zuzanna Czebatul / Walter Dahn / Andreas Diefenbach / Matthias Dornfeld / Lars Eidinger / Klaus Endrikat / Judith Fegerl / Claus Föttinger / Egan Frantz / Albrecht Fuchs / Isabella Fürnkäs / Alexander Gehring / Julika Geißler / Jårg Geismar / Ina Gerken / Dominik Halmer / Constantin Hartenstein / Ilka Helmig / Simon Hemmer / Petra Herzog / Marcel Hiller / Benedikt Hipp / Jan Hoeft / Eleni Kamma / Andy Kassier / Ben Kaufmann / Christian Keinstar / Thomas Kellner / Daniel Kiss / Magdalena Kita / Halina Kliem / Alfons Knogl / Hanna Koerner / Hans W. Krämer / Thomas Kratz / Tom Król / Mischa Kuball / Michael Kunze / Alwin Lay / Laureline Lé / Christine Liebich / Dennis Loesch / Melissa E. Logan / Arthur Löwen / Sebastian Josef Ludwig / Conny Maier / Andreas Magdanz / Tobias Maring / Stefan Marx / Xavier Mary / Jonathan Monk / Katharina Monka / Lukas Müller / Jochen Mura / Joe Neave / Nick Oberthaler / Bea Otto / Jan Pleitner / Damir Radovic / Mary-Audrey Ramirez / Lisa Reitmeier / Bernd Ribbeck / Maximilian Rödel / Ria Patricia Röder / Johanna Roderburg / Markus Saile / Morgaine Schäfer / Julia Scher / Jan-Ole Schiemann / David Schiesser / Florian Schmidt / Arne Schmitt / Ani Schulze / Wilhelm Schürmann / Timo Seber / Pola Sieverding / Şirin Şimşek / Emil Sorge / Vera Sous / Casey Spooner / Julius Stahl / Jörn Stoya / Sarah Szczesny / Emma Talbot / Sebastian Thewes / Britta Thie / Tilo&Toni / Timur Lukas / Fabian Treiber / Nora Turato / Thomas Virnich / Karl von Monschau / Thomas Wachholz / Noemi Weber / Thomas Weidenhaupt / Daniel Weissbach / Julia Weißenberg / Constanze Wiater / Achim F. Willems / Johannes Wohnseifer / Honza Zamojski / Josef Zekoff
Auction blog presenting all works including bidder form

Live art festival November 15–18, 2018
The artists in this year’s festival: Vasco Araújo / buren / Evelien Cammaert & Joris Perdieus / Clédat & Petitpierre / fieldworks / Eleni Kamma / Emily Mast / Diederik Peeters & special guests Michael Portnoy and Benjamin Seror / Laure Prouvost / Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa / Grace Schwindt / Oriol Vilanova
Playground is curated by Eva Wittocx and Steven Vandervelden.
M – Museum Leuven
L. Vanderkelenstraat 28
B–3000 Leuven Belgium
Hours: Thursday 11am–10pm,
Friday–Tuesday 11am–6pm
T +32 16 27 29 29

Punch Line (Language)
Performance by Eleni Kamma with Margo van de Linde at 'Celebrating 10 years PhDArts. How do we establish, sustain and nourish a vital research culture in the arts?', artistic research conference-festival of the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts.
Het Leidse Volkshuis, Apothekersdijk 33A, Leiden
18/10/2018, 20.00-22.00
Entrance: free after registration

Critical Convergence
Programme 'Critical Convergence: Greek Contemporary Artists in dialogue with the (recent) past' with screening of Eleni Kamma’s Yar bana bir eğlence. Notes on Parrhesia (2015). Part of DRHA (Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts) conference.
Spazju Kreattiv Cinema, Valletta, Malta
10/09/2018, 16h

Reading Room
A presentation of editorial projects by Woodstone Kugelblitz with Eleni Kamma's Paroikeo III 23/06–01/07/2018
Opening 23 June 2018, 15h
Banierstraat 62B, Rotterdam

An Exercise on Values
Works by: Eugenia Apostolou, Maria Polyzoidou, Nana Sachini, Natasha Papadopoulou, Amalia Vekri, Kostas Sahpazis, Ioannis Koliopoulos, Vasilis Papageorgiou, Albert Mayr, Eleni Kamma, Aggelos Papadimitriou, Pavlos Nikolakopoulos, Antonín Jirát, Antonis Pittas, Thanassis Totsikas, Aleksandra Vajd, Maria Papadimitriou, Jiří Kovanda, Peter Kogler, Alexis Akrithakis, Jiří Thýn, Alexios Papazacharias, Yorgos Sapountzis
Curator: Alexios Papazacharias
Opening: 21 June 20:00–22:30
Duration: 21 June–17 July
Opening Hours: Thurs.–Fri. 15:00–20:00, Sat. 13:00 - 18:00
Haus N Athen, Kairi 6, 3rd floor, Monastiraki

1 June 2018
Eleni Kamma unveils three public artworks entitled "Eenheid in Verscheidenheid" (Unity in Difference), in collaboration with architect Breg Horemans.
The artworks were commissioned by the city Sittard-Geleen.
Location: Three roundabouts in Sittard, Geleen and Born, The Netherlands
Partners and collaborators: Stichting Briquet, DSM, Gemeente Sittard-Geleen, BAT Sittard, Laudy Bouw, local primary schools. Workshop educator: Simoon Hanssen.

Rag to Rich
Group Exhibition at ACG Art Gallery, Athens
Organized by Frances Rich
School of Fine and Performing Arts
Participating artists: 2TWO+1NE=2, Accidental Queens, ActiVista, Loukia Alavanou, Eliza Alexandropoulou, Margarita Bofiliou, Anastasia Douka, Dora Economou, Georgia Fambris, Marina Gioti, Florence Jung, Demi Kaia, Eleni Kamma, Irini Karayannopoulou, Em Kei, Laur M, Marianne Maric, Rilene Markopoulou, Dawn Nilo, Patriarchy, Maria Polyzoidou, Frances Rich, Despina Sevasti, VV, Amalia Vekri, Eva Vretzaki Curated by Poka—Yio
Opening: Tuesday, March 20, 18:00 – 22:00
6 Gravias Street GR-153 42 Aghia Paraskevi Athens, Greece

The Selfie-Junkie, The Fool, The Animal, The Glossary, The Angry, The Collector of Proverbs and so on
Solo exhibition at Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Brussels. Presentation of work in progress within the research project Casting Call, an investigation into Europe featuring a parade of cultural allegories.
With the support of asbl Art/Recherche
Open during Art Brussels: 18, 19, 20 April, and by appointment
Opening: 15/03, 18h30
Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles
École supérieure des Arts
144 rue du Midi
1000 Bruxelles

Stopping Point

group exhibition at Daily Lazy Projects, Athens
21/02/2018- 24/03/2018
With: Alexandros Georgiou, Dimitris Foutris, Maria Georgoula, Zoe Gialboudaki, Dimitris Ioannou, Eleni Kamma, Chrysaanthi Koumianaki, Markela Kontaratou, Konstantinos Kotsis, Karolina Krasouli, Margarita Myrogianni,Theo Michael, Nina Papaconstantinou, Tereza Papamichali, Myrto Xanthopoulou, Kostas Roussakis, Georgia Sagri, Evangelia Spiliopoulou, George Stamatakis, Stefania Strouza, Alexandros Tzannis. Curated by Kostis Velonis
Daily Lazy Projects, Sina 6 & Vissarionos 9 (entrance), Athens 10680

mmConnecting Artists Borders
group exhibition
at Elisabeth Strouven Fonds,Maastricht
By appointment
On the invitation of the Elisabeth Strouven Foundation*, the cross- border SPACE unpacks a large number of works from its art collection. Through these works, SPACE Collection is creating an independent network of Belgian, Dutch and German artists in this European region. The foundation opens its doors by appointemnt to visitors to visit the exhibition.
With works by :
Sara Bachour, Charlotte Beaudry, Pascal Bernier, Anne Büscher, Jacques Charlier, Alexandre Christiaens, Jerome Daly, Michael Dans, Alain Declercq, Messieurs Delmotte, Eric Deprez, Paul Devens, Michel François, Lara Gasparotto, Jean-Marie Gheerardijn, Myriam Hornard, Laurent Impeduglia, Djos Janssens, Eleni Kamma, Babis Kandilaptis, Charlotte Lagro, Sophie Langohr, Jacques Lizène, Sylvie Macias Diaz, Karine Marenne, Mon colonel & Spit, Michaël Nicolaï, Pol Pierart, Frédéric Platéus, Romina Remmo, Tanja Ritterbex, Marie Rosen, Charlotte vander Borght, Marc Wendelski, Aurélie William Levaux, Marie Zolamian.
Elisabeth Strouven Fonds
Abtstraat 3, NL-6211 LS Maastricht

mmNew Acquisitions of the EMST Collection

Temporary Exhibition Space (-1)
27.11.2017 – 28.01.2018
mmCuratorial team:
Katerina Koskina, Director
Eleni Ganiti
Anna Mykoniati
Tina Pandi
Stamatis Schizakis
Daphne Vitali
mmThe National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST) presents 39 New Acquisitions by 33 artists that were included in the Museum’s collection from 2014 to 2017. A year after the partial operation of the Museum and the opening of its temporary exhibition spaces, the first selection of its New Acquisitions (2014 – 2017) marks the enrichment of the collection and the beginning of a new dialogue with the greater cultural and artistic production inside and outside EMST and brings the Museum closer to the opening of its permanent collection spaces.
EMST, along with its intensive activity in Greece and abroad and the resolution of administrative issues that will soon lead it to the complete opening of its spaces, has expanded its collection by 150 works, reaching the total number of 1150. With long-term loans, generous donations and some acquisitions, the EMST Collection completes its existing sections with news axes and new topics. In this way the Museum “opens” its door to synergies with other international Museums, in the framework of the series EMST in the World, which for a year now has designated the Museum’s intention for extraversion and constant expansion of its “borders”, counting two exhibitions already, as well as with other individual activities.
Movement, forced and violent, fear, humanitarian, social and economic crisis that urges alternative ways of dealing and managing them internally and collectively are themes which the works presented in the exhibition deal with, having a dialectical relationship with what happens in the difficult times we live in.
mmTransculturality and interaction with the audience were and always will be aspects of an “open” museum, transforming it into a living organization, a platform for culture, dialogue, research and production, as well as of experiential knowledge and entertainment. It regards a constant redefinition of the role of a Museum of contemporary art and a constant dialogue with its era and its audience.
mmAt the same time, at the temporary exhibition space of the Museum on the Ground Floor, the interactive art project Face Forward … into my home, that was inaugurated a few days ago, is presented. The project is realized in collaboration with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and funded by the European Commission.
mmThe necessity of the social role of the Museum and its active participation in top humanitarian and social issues, such as the one with the refugees, converse in many ways with the works of the Museum’s collection.
EMST overcomes obstacles with the assistance of the State, artists, donors, friends and its audience and it is a living example of the actualization of optimism, with its decisive turn towards the world.
Nikos Alexiou, Francis Alys, Ziad Antar, Eugenia Apostolou, Kutlug Ataman, Manolis Baboussis, Bertille Bak, Kostas Bassanos, Lizzy Calligas, Pantelis Chandris, Chryssa, Lydia Dambassina, Mark Hadjipateras, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Eleni Kamma, Joseph Kosuth, Jannis Kounellis, Piotr Kowalski, George Lappas, Stathis Logothetis, Maria Loizidou, Andreas Lolis, Eleni Mylonas, Ilias Papailiakis, Artemis Potamianou, Aris Prodromidis, Alexandros Psychoulis, Santiago Sierra, Lina Theodorou, Katerina Thomadaki & Maria Klonaris, Nikos Tranos, Dimitris Tzamouranis, Costas Varotsos
mmOpening hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 11.00 – 19.00
Monday closed
mmGeneral Admission:
4 € | Reduced: 2 €
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST)
Kallirrois Ave. & Amvr. Frantzi Street (former FIX factory)
Athens, Greece, 117 43

mmAuction blog presenting all works:
09.12.2017, 7 PM
mmGuided tours:
11.12.2017, 7 PM: Prof. Dr. Alexander Markschies (Head, Lehrstuhl und Institut für Kunstgeschichte, RWTH Aachen University) & Maurice Funken (Curatorial assistent, NAK)
12.12.2017, 7 PM: Renate Puvogel (Art critic) & Ben Kaufmann (Director, NAK)
13.12.2017, 7 PM: Lene ter Haar (Curator, SCHUNCK*) & Frank-Thorsten Moll (Director, Ikob)
14.12.2017, 7 PM: Saskia van Stein (Director, Bureau Europa) & René Stessl (Artist)
16.12.2017, 7 PM, auctioneered by Prof. Henrik Hanstein of Kunsthaus Lempertz. Registration for the auction is possible from 6 PM.
mmParticipating artists:
Michelle Alperin / Boban Andjelkowitsch / Florian Auer / Lea Bascha / Horst H. Baumann / Bernd und Hilla Becher / Boris Becker / Tim Berresheim / Andri Bischoff / Max Blum / Eugenie Bongs-Beer / Lars Breuer / Andreas Breunig / Billy Childish / Walter Dahn / Plamen Dejanoff / Andreas Diefenbach / DJ Hell / Matthias Dornfeld / Cédric Eisenring / Klaus Endrikat / Fabian Freese / Anna Friedel / Max Frintrop / Albrecht Fuchs / Harald Fuchs / Isabella Fürnkäs / Georg Gatsas / Poul Gernes / Andreas Greiner / Norbert Grunschel / Tobias Hantmann / Florian Heinke / Ilka Helmig / Lena Henke / Andreas Hermann / Petra Herzog / Benedikt Hipp / Jan Hoeft / Andy Hope 1930 / Wouter Huis / Walterio Iraheta / Eleni Kamma / Andy Kassier / Christian Keinstar / Thomas Kellner / Georg Kerl / Daniel Kiss / Magdalena Kita / Halina Kliem / Jody Korbach / Alfons Knogl / Hans W. Krämer / Erika Krause / Thomas Kratz / Julia Kröpelin / Mischa Kuball / Michael Kunze / Wolfgang Kupczyk / Alwin Lay / Barbara und Michael Leisgen / Christine Liebich / Dennis Loesch / Melissa Logan / Timur Lukas / Andreas Magdanz / Xavier Mary / Florian Meisenberg / Björn Meyer-Ebrecht / Jonathan Monk / Horst Münch / Yuji Nagai / Joe Neave / Hans Niehus / Philipp Noller / Bea Otto / Olga Pedan / Lena Philipp / Jan Pleitner / Mary Audrey Ramirez / Bernd Ribbeck / Johanna Roderburg / Markus Saile / Morgaine Schäfer / Maks Schaffer / Julia Scher / Florian Schmidt / Gunna Schmidt / Thyra Schmidt / Hank Schmidt in der Beek / Arne Schmitt / Wilhelm Schürmann / Timo Seber / Oliver Sieber / Pola Sieverding / Dominik Sittig / Vera Sous / Julius Stahl / Julian Stalbohm / Jörn Stoya / Katja Stuke / Emma Talbot / Dmitry Teselkin / Sebastian Thewes / Britta Thie / Tilo&Toni / Tim Trantenroth / Hiroki Tsukuda / Nora Turato / Maarten van Roy / Thomas Virnich / Anke Völk / Klaus von Bruch / Karl von Monschau / Mark Walker / Martin Weidemann / Thomas Weidenhaupt / Raphael Weilguni – Viola Relle / Constanze Wiater / Achim Franz Willems / Aaron Wohnseifer / Johannes Wohnseifer / Alexander Wolff / Peter Wu

mmmDwell, Act, Transform
2–17 November 2017
The exhibition Dwell, Act, Transform shows artistic research trajectories conducted by the research groups of Minerva Art Academy within the Bachelors, Masters and PhD. Artistic research is a relatively new form of research which uses the attitude and working methods of artists and designers during the research process.
The artistic research projects in the north as 'making' practices are always connected to the social and material environment in which the research is taking place. Anthropologist Tim Ingold calls this a position of dwell. From this position the transformative power of artistic action applies to both the maker and the environment. Growing into the world, the world grows in them.
mmParticipating artists-researchers
Eleni Kamma, Herman van Hoogdalem, Andrea Stultiens, Marit Westerhuis, Kevin Perrin, Kimball Holth, Michiel Westbeek, Frederiek Bennema, Rob van Haren, Jip de Beer, Cora Jongsma
Anke Coumans (professor Image in Context, Minerva Art Academy) and Andrea Stultiens (PhD researcher, Minerva Art Academy)
mmOpening 1 November 2017 at 16.00 hours
Minerva Art Academy, Praediniussingel 59, 9711 AG Groningen (NL)
free entrance

mmWoodstone Kugelblitz Take Over

Group exhibition
Sign, Groningen (NL)
Initiated by Woodstone Kugelblitz
In TAKE OVER hierarchy is way out, the Anonymous Group of Artists is in constant transition. Constantly there will be a take over, no-one is in control. The audience is invited to participate. Because people take over from each other it is unclear who made the products.
As tools there will be machines with different printing techniques and each with their specific limitations like old stencil machines, Gestetners, cash-printers, a copier a.o.
The activities are all related to the philosophy of Woodstone Kugelblitz.


A day of looking at artists books, while talking about publication as practice with Eleanor Vonne Brown
Saturday, July 1st, 2017
10:00 - 16.30
2, Nechrou Street, Nicosia Municipal Gardens

mmWIELS 10th Anniversary & Kunstenfestivaldesarts Closing Party

Saturday 27th May, 11:00–18:00 / Auditorium:
Screening programme of recent films by current and former residents: Diego Bruno, Teresa Cos, Saddie Choua, Theo Cowley, Chloë Delanghe, Patricia Esquivias, Sirah Foighel Brutmann and Eitan Efrat, Mai Hofstad Gunnes, Eleni Kamma, Saman Kamyab, Daisuke Kosugi and Ane Hjort Guttu, Ola Lanko, Dana Munro, Shelly Nadashi, Lucia Nimcova, Yuki Okumura, Ben Pointeker, Emma van der Put, Lazara Rosell Albear and Sammy Baloji, Sara Sejin Chang (Sara van der Heide), Juan Diego Thielemans, Sarah Vanagt, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Sharon Van Overmeiren, Jelena Vanoverbeek, Fanny Zaman

mmTerra Mediterranea: In Action

An exhibition of contemporary art, a conference and a series of parallel actions
Exhibition Opening: 7 April 2017, 20:00
Pafos2017, European Capital of Culture presents in Nicosia and in Pafos Terra Mediterranea: In Action, a project that includes a major contemporary art exhibition, an international conference and a series of parallel actions with the participation of a great number of artists from Cyprus and abroad. The project is organised by the Pierides Foundation and the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre (NiMAC) and is curated by Dr Yiannis Toumazis.
Terra Mediterranea: In Action aims at detecting, investigating and presenting the reflections of contemporary artists on today’s universal landscape of economic, political, religious, social, but also deeply existential crisis of identity, especially as viewed through “Mediterranean” eyes, from both a political and a poetic stance.
The tragedies currently taking place in the Mediterranean Basin bring again to the fore the importance of this enclosed sea, which may be characterised as a “liquid continent” that is an extremely political and politicised space. One could also argue that the Mediterranean is for Europe the “irrational underbelly that brings disorder, border breaching, colonial phantoms, and an uncanny claim to a common, mythically glorious, ancient past.” [rivistapolitics.wordpress.com]. Today, this multifaceted and complicated entity, for years marginalised in western eyes as an orientalist haven of corruption and backwardness, has become an obvious and unavoidable focus of political action.
In particular, the Terra Mediterranea: In Action exhibition intends to illustrate how, in this era of globalisation and the increased visibility of “peripheral” artistic activity, contemporary artists from the Mediterranean region and the international art scene negotiate issues of history, memory and politics. The exhibition includes a variety of presentational formats such as visual works, performances, theoretical discussions, film screenings, talks, literature and poetry readings, public interventions and educational programmes.
A different version of the project was organised and presented in collaboration with Halle 14 in Leipzig, in September 2016, co-curated by Yiannis Toumazis and Michael Arzt.
Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides Foundation [NIMAC]
Opening: 7 April 2017, 20:00
Duration: 7 April – 29 July and 5 September – 25 November 2017
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00 – 21:00
Participating artists and theorists: Ana Adamović, Marwa Arsanios, Sofia Bempeza, Banu Cennetoğlu, Marianna Christofides, Kyriaki Costa, Βassam El Βaroni, Silvia Giambrone, Hackitectura, Lia Haraki, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Eleni Kamma, Serap Kanay, Nurtane Karagil, Mahmoud Khaled, Zissis Kotionis, Mona Marzouk, Panayiotis Michael in collaboration with Pascalle Burton, Isabel Carvalho, Peter Eramian, Erden Kosova, Flavia Malusardi, Iordanis Papadopoulos, Christopher Rey Pérez, Maria Petrides and Liv Strand, Yael Navaro and Emrah Gokdemir, Erkan Özgen, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Despo Pasia and Antonis Hadjikyriacou, Polys Peslikas, Alexandros Pissourios, Ran Slavin, Neoterismoi Toumazou, Evi Tselika, Paola Yacoub and Michel Lasserre Fabrica’s Cave, Pafos
Opening: 8 April 2017, 11:00
Duration: 8 April – 25 November 2017
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 10:00 – 19:00
Installation: Chiharu Shiota, A Walk through the Line
Α collaboration between European Capital of Culture – Pafos2017 and the EU-Japan Fest Committee

Pafos Medieval Castle
Opening: 8 April 2017, 12:00
Duration: 8 April – 25 November 2017
Opening hours: Winter (16 September – 15 April) – Sunday: 08:30 – 17:00
Summer (16 April – 15 September) Monday – Sunday: 08:30 – 19:30Participating artists and theorists: Ana Adamović, Tom Dale, Elina Ioannou, Panayiotis Michael in collaboration with Pascalle Burton, Isabel Carvalho, Peter Eramian, Erden Kosova, Flavia Malusardi, Iordanis Papadopoulos, Christopher Rey Pérez, Maria Petrides and Liv Strand, Erkan Özgen, Alexandros Pissourios

mmWhy relooking at caricature today?

Caricature is a satirical reaction to and a comment upon reality, it cannot exist without referring to a certain thing, person, situation that pre-exists.
My research proposal for A/R will evolve around the form of representation of a body that has to do with excess, simulacrum, grotesque and its potential to link to and trace the social today.

Presentation of my research project in the frame of
at ArBA-EsA, Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels,
144 Rue du midi, 1000 Brussels
Thursday 16 March 2017
9h30 – 18h00

FILMPROGRAM with Eleni Kamma
at Palazzina Reale, Piazza della Stazione 50, Florence
16 and 24 March 2017, from 6.30 pm
Free entry
With: Maya Schweizer, Mario Rizzi, Eleni Kamma, Karolina Bregula, Rebecca Ann Tess, Sophie Reinhold, Nico Joana Weber, Loretta Fahrenholz, Ei Arakawa & Henning Bohl, Clemens von Wedemeyer
Every year, a large number of international artists are invited to the Villa Romana in Florence. Villa Romana Fellows live in Florence for ten months, while invited guest artists either stay in the city for several months or spend a few days there for an exhibition. Over the years, many of them have also filmed in the city and the region. We will be showing a selection of these films in cooperation with the Fondazione Architetti (FAF) on 16 March at the Palazzina Reale, which was built by Giovanni Michelucci in 1935.

The first evening's seven films focus on various historical, political and social contexts and questions of artistic narration. However, the films also show that Florence and the IN SITU environment continue to be a place of international artistic production.

The second part of the program, OUT OF PLACE, concerns reflections of urban realities and architectural storage spaces around the world. New films by Loretta Fahrenholz and Clemens von Wedemeyer will be presented for the first time in Italy. These two artists, like Nico Joana Weber and Ei Arakawa, have lived and worked in Florence as Villa Romana Fellows.

16 March, 6.30 pm

Maya Schweizer
La corsa del venditore, 2008, 7’ 30’’

Mario Rizzi
The Misconception, 2009, 9’

Eleni Kamma
Georgofili, 2012, 27'

Karolina Bregula
Photofobia, 28'

Rebecca Ann Tess
Upper, 2016, 7'
The Tallest, 2014, 14'

Sophie Reinhold
Cave No 150, 2012, 31’

24. März, 18.30 Uhr

Nico Joana Weber
Vendredi, 2013, 4'55''
La Promenade Architecturale, 2013, 23'30''

Loretta Fahrenholz
Two A.M., 2016, 42’

Ei Arakawa & Henning Bohl,
Helena and Miwako, 2013, 37’

Clemens von Wedemeyer
Esiod 2016, 38’

Group opening exhibition of Cultural Capital of Europe Pafos2017
Venues: Old Powerhouse and Shelley Street Residence
28/01- 28/02/2017
With: Andreas Angelidakis, Rosa Barba, Inal Bilsel, Andrea Bruno, Banu Cennetoğlu, Savvas Christodoulides, Marianna Christofides, Marianna Constanti, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Haris Epaminonda, Ben Evans and Alkis Hadjiandreou, Eleni Kamma, Lito Kattou, Nurtane Karagil, Lefteris Olympios, Christodoulos Panayiotou, George Petrou, Re Aphrodite, Efi Savvides, Socratis Socratous, Lefteris Tapas, Marina Xenofontos, Natalie Yiaxi
Curated by Elena Parpa
Old Powerhouse
8 Vladimiros Heracleous Street, Pafos
Residence on Shelley Street
Ex residence of the Pafos Chief of Police
Opening hours:
10:00-13:00 and 16:00-19:00
during the inaugural events programme on 28 & 29 January 2017
16:00-19:00 daily
and by appointment: info@pafos2017.eu | T: +357 26932017

mmso close, yet so far away
group exhibition
at Petach Tikva Museum, Tel Aviv
12/01 - 11/03/2017
Opening: Friday 12 January 2017
With: Klitsa Antoniou, Marianna Christophides, Kyriaki Costa, Theodoulos Gregoriou, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Andreas Kalli, Eleni Kamma, Nurtane Karagil, Lia Lapithi, Andreas Savva, Nayia Savva, Constantinos Taliotis, TwoFourTwo, Marina Xenofontos, Sholeh Zahrael & Kamil Saldun http://www.petachtikvamuseum.com/en/

mmWe, people in transition
group exhibition
at Research Centre Art & Society at Platform Minerva,Groningen
28/10 - 9/11/2016
Opening: Friday 28 October, from 15:00 - 17.30.
The exhibition We,people in transition shows a selection of the projects which the research group Image in Context carried out during the past four years. The title of the exhibition emphasizes how not only our environment is in transition, but how we people are as well. The visual encounters in this exhibition, have not only recorded this transition, they also caused it. We, people in transition is open from 28 October to 9 November 2016 in Platform Minerva (Praediniussingel 59, Groningen).
The exhibition demonstrates how artists, together with other people, redefine both their artistry and the context in which we function. The artist's contribution – with his open vision, his questioning attitude and the power to connect people – is very important in bringing about a different way of looking, at each other and at our environment.
With, amongst others Lino Hellings, Eleni Kamma, Ahmet Polat, Andrea Stultiens, Herman van Hoogdalem

mmREPRISE Parrhèsia
group exhibition
at SIGN, Groningen
30/09- 23/10/2016
With: DesignArbeid, Gijs de Heij, Eleni Kamma, Woodstone Kugelblitz , Sulsolsal, Yuri Veerman, Katja Verheul

mmTerra Mediterranea: In Action
group exhibition at HALLE 14 - Centre for Contemporary Art, Leipzig
17.09. – 20.11.2016
Opening: Saturday, September 17, 2016, 3pm
With: Ana Adamović, Marwa Arsanios, Bank of No, Sofia Bempeza, Banu Cennetoğlu, Marianna Christofides, Tom Dale, Haris Epaminonda, Hackitectura, Lia Haraki, Timo Herbst & Marcus Nebe, Elizabeth Hoak-Doering, Eleni Kamma, Mahmoud Khaled, Zissis Kotionis, Mona Marzouk, Panayiotis Michael, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Nira Pereg, Polys Peslikas, Alexandros Pissourios, Ran Slavin, Paola Yacoub
Curated by Michael Arzt & Yiannis Toumazis
The Mediterranean Sea and its coasts create a »liquid« continent that has been shaped since time immemorial by the exchange of people, goods and knowledge. Disparaged by the West as backwards and corrupt, it has moved into the focus of world events through the Arab Spring, as well as civil wars and banking and governmental crises.
This exhibition looks at this turbulent phase through over 20 critical and poetic artistic perspectives on »Terra Mediterranea«, investigating instead the dividing, the connecting.
In cooperation with the NiMAC - Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre in Cyprus.
With an extensive program of events, HALLE 14 presents the exhibition from September 17 to November 20, 2016.

Festival at Palais de Tokyo, Paris
03.09. – 04.09.2016
From noon until midnight
Opening Saturday, September 3rd at 11am
Brussels, the multifaceted and interdisciplinary capital, comes to light at the Palais de Tokyo.
Over the weekend of September 3 & 4, 2016, more than 30 artists, comprising visual artists, performers, choreographers and video makers based in Brussels, will be invited to the Palais de Tokyo by Indiscipline, selected by a curatorial team of WIELS (Brussels' contemporary art centre) , Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Performing Arts Festival) and the Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre/Danse agency. Coming from around 15 different countries, these artists will present works from diverse crossover disciplines, pushing a number of our symbolic, physical, cultural and linguistic boundaries.
Within the space of a few years, Brussels has turned into an international platform dedicated to emerging artists and to artistic experimentation. Artists from all around the world gather there to find a breeding ground in which to showcase their talents. Characterized by their artistic risks, local artists don’t seem to share any common ground, other than their undisciplined nature and their interdisciplinary bias.

Nida Doctoral School session with Eleni Kamma
Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) and Aalto University School of Arts
Nida Art Colony, Neringa,Lithuania
22.08. – 28.08.2016
one-week courses featuring seven lecturers, academics and selected doctoral students who will reflect on the value of artist placements in non-arts organisations such as business, political and science bodies.
The idea of the “CO-ACTION” 2016 summer course is to examine the value of artists’ placements in non-arts organisations, such as business, political and science bodies. This idea rests on the assumption that representatives of creative professions (such as artists, curators, architects, designers) are no longer romantic lonely creators. In order to design a viable way to organise such placements where artists would work in non-arts fields, this course aims to discuss and research various contemporary art practices that have been engaged in similar activity. “CO-ACTION” is mainly inspired by the British artists’ collective Artist Placement Group (APG), founded by Barbara Steveni and John Latham. APG claimed that the role of the artists in 1970’s society was limited to aesthetic problems, and APG’s purpose was to expand this role.
We are planning to ask the following questions in the upcoming course: what might follow if we as artists and researchers take up the role of the ‘social visionary’, as suggested by Olinde Rodrigues in 1825¹. Such roles are often used in financial and management consultancy services to perform creatively and successfully, so might it also be a way for the arts to adapt themselves to the current system of production? What are the dangers and motives of resistance within such systems? What are the methods used by social visionaries and how do they overlap with the modes of production in creative industries?

group exhibition of the artist residency program of Tinos Quarry Platform, in collaboration with the Cultural Foundation of Tinos.
at Cultural Foundation of Tinos,Chora, Tinos island, Greece
02/07 - 31/10/2016
Opening: Saturday, July 2 at 20:00
Participating artists: Giorgos Agallou (Greece), Douglas Barrett (USA) (in collaboration with Academie Schloss Solitude), Franck Bragigand (France / Amsterdam), Anastasia Douka (Greece), Antonín Jirát (Czech Republic), Eleni Kamma (Greece / Brussels ), Katerina Kana (Greece / Tinos), Ioannis Koliopoulos (Greece), Vasiliki Konstantinopoulou (Greece / Netherlands), Charalambos Kourkoulis (Photoharrie) (Greece), Melody Nixon (New Zealand / USA ), Paola Palavidi (Greece / Tinos), Dimitris Papadatos (Greece), Ilias Papailiakis (Greece), Socratis Socratous (Cyprus / Greece), Iris Touliatou (Greece), Petros Touloudis (Greece), Filippos Tsitsopoulos (Greece / UK)
Curator: Alexios Papazacharias (Greece)

mmFireflies in the Night Take Wing
Post midnight Video Art survey
at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), Athens, Greece
23/06 - 26/06/2016
Organized on the occasion of the cultural event Metemorphosis:The SNFCC to the World,“Fireflies in the Night Take Wing” is a special four-night program surveying some of the most important works realised in the quintessential medium of the late 20th and early 21st centuries: video.Orchestrated in eleven sites scattered throughout the SNFCC buildings and its surrounding Stavros Niarchos Park,
“Fireflies in the Night Take Wing” presents a selection of videos richly diverse in formal , conceptual and poetic scope by an international roster of over fifty artists, many of them showing in Greece for the first time.
Organized by curators Barbara London, Kalliopi Minioudaki and Francesca Pietropaolo, with artistic director Robert Storr.
With: Marte Aas, Shiva Ahmadi, Bill Balaskas, Bahar Behbahani, Sylvie Blocher, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, Luca Buvoli, Paolo Canevari, Seoungho Cho, Marianna Christofides, Moyra Davey, Angela Detanico and Rafael Lain, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Cheryl Donegan, Ninar Esber, Patricia Esquivias, Yang Fudong, Aikaterini Gegisian and Fatma Çiftçi, IC-98, Marion Inglessi, Alfredo Jaar, Eleni Kamma, Mikhail Karikis, Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley, Bouchra Khalili, Basim Magdy, Ato Malinda, Jenny Marketou, Oscar Muñoz, Luke Murphy, Shirin Neshat, Adrian Paci, Sondra Perry, Liliana Porter, Diana Fonseca Quiñones, Yvonne Rainer, Raqs Media Collective, Julian Rosefeldt , Tom Sachs, Erica Scourti , Michael Smith, Lina Theodorou, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Jannis Varelas, Erika Vogt, Hu Wei, Monika Weiss, Jane and Louise Wilson,
Poka-Yio, Katerina Zacharopoulou, Katarina Zdjelar.
Admission is free

mmThe Shifting Place. Aesthetic, spatial and temporal fractures of transitional territories
Mentor: Giusy Checola
Residential module developed in the frame of the EU project Understanding Territoriality: Identity, Place & Possession (TIPP) with Eleni Kamma, Alaa Abu Asad , Bahar Habibi , Emma Gibson, Elja Ranta , Moonis Ahmad , Sílvia Cruells Lado , Wayne Lim , Teresa Palmieri , Chiara Sgaramella at UNIDEE – University of Ideas, Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto in Biella, Italy
16/06 - 24/06/2016
Understanding Territoriality: Identity, Place & Possession (TIPP) is a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, and produced in partnership by Fabrica (UK, www.fabrica.org.uk), Netwerk (Belgium, www.netwerk-art.be), Otvorena Soba (Macedonia, www.publicroom.org) and Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto (Italy, www.cittadellarte.it).
UNIDEE – University of Ideas, the educational residency programme organized by the Education Office of Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto Onlus, is possible thanks to the support of patrons: Fondazione Zegna, Illycaffè S.p.A., Compagnia di San Paolo.

mmWithout pause, dialogues
group exhibition
LOOP Festival, Barcelona
Venue: Reial Cercle Artístic
Carrer Arcs, 5, 08002, Barcelona
26/05 - 10/06/2016
Without Pause, Dialogues is an exhibition project made up of a dozen perspectives that establish six common lines of research. It is built around two determining factors: a formal one, which is concerned with matters unrelated to the work itself, and a conceptual one, which emerges from the desire for dialogue between the works in the form of diptychs (two adjacent screens). The dialogue fostered by the diptychs reinforces and highlights the contents of each one of the projects, thus creating a feedback loop between them.Artists: Maria Ruido, Sarah Vanagt & Katrien Vermeire, Ria Pacquée, Lúa Coderch, Patricia Dauder, Elias Heuninck, Jordi Colomer, Eleni Kamma, Jordi Cané & Lisa Bause, Pieter Geenen, Raquel Friera and Els Opsomer.
Curator: Imma Prieto
Acoustic Performance: Lisa Bause
Organisation and production: Loop Festival, Flanders Arts Institute, Argos - Center for Art and Media and Flanders Image.
In collaboration with Auguste Orts, Beursschouwburg, Escautville, Jubilee, Messidor and SoundImageCulture.

mmArtist-In- Residence
Tinos Quarry Platform
at Isternia, Tinos, Greece
24/05 - 01/06/2016

mmSound of Silence
Sounding City is an annual exhibition that explores sound art and the boundaries between art, sound and music. The various installations bring together the three different disciplines. Tangible sound. Audible image. Sound of Silence focuses on quiet or barely audible sound work by sound artists. There is increased attention for silence in our society. In the bustle of today’s city, there is more than ever a need for quietude. Yet silence is also the benchmark against which sound is measured. No matter how paradoxical it may sound: silence and sound cannot exist without one another. Many sound artists share this fascination and create installations on the fringes of the audible. As a reflection on sound or as an invitation to more intense listening. Sound of Silence mixes works of both Flemish and internationally renowned artists, and starts with an opening performance and a concert on the same theme.
With: Met: Christoph De Boeck (BE), Stijn Demeulenaere (BE), Aernoudt Jacobs (BE), Rolf Julius (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Christina Kubisch (DE), Hans Peter Kuhn (DE), Steve Roden (VS), Stefaan Quix (BE), Akio Suzuki (JP), Esther Venrooy & Hans Demeulenaere (BE), Bram Vreven (NL)
Opening with concertperformance Simon Løffler:
friday 15 april 2016, 19u00
Saturday 16 April > Sunday 1 May 2016
Broelkaai 6, 8500 Kortrijk

Un débat organisé dans le cadre du séminaire ‘Après l’école'
Le mercredi 13 avril de 18h à 20h à l’auditoire Creuz
Invités :
Jessica Gysel est une éditrice et consultante vivant entre Bruxelles et Amsterdam. Elle est la fondatrice et rédactrice en chef de Girls Like Us magazine, publication bi-annuelle explorant de nouveaux modèles de pensée et d’action pour un avenir plus féministe et moins capitaliste. Possédant une expérience en tant que consultante en marketing et spécialisée dans l’étude des groupes, scènes et communautés, elle navigue avec aisance entre les concepts de corporate hell et d’utopie du DIY (Do It Yourself).
Eleni Kamma est une artiste grecque et cypriote basée à Bruxelles et Maastricht. Son travail, alliant écriture, vidéo, dessin et installations, aborde les notions d'identité, de mémoire, d'authenticité. Sa recherche questionne la distribution et le partage des connaissances, explore les possibilités d'une future architecture rejetant les systèmes binaires de pensée et préconise l’imagination de modèles ‘autres’.
Daniel Vander Gucht est docteur en sociologie, chef de travaux à l’Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) où il dirige le groupe de recherche en sociologie de l’art et de la culture ainsi que la Revue de l’Institut de sociologie. Directeur de la maison d'édition La Lettre volée, Il est l’auteur, notamment, de L’Art contemporain au miroir du musée (La Lettre volée, 1999) ; Art et politique (Labor, 2004) ; Ecce homo touristicus (Labor, 2006) et de L'expérience politique de l'art. Retour sur la définition de l'art engagé (Impressions nouvelles, 2014).
Médiateur : Céline Gillain, professeur à La Cambre

Eleni Kamma participates in Breaking Crisis, the film program of Transmediale Berlin.
Under the name Conversation Piece, transmediale reboots the format of the post-digital culture event, creating a transitory space for discussion of the anxieties of late capitalism. Rather than a single-themed festival with separate exhibition and program sections, artistic and research practice will unfold live through discussions, workshops, temporary installations, performances, and various hybrid formats. Through the thematic streams that function as conversation starters, Anxious to Act, Anxious to Make, Anxious to Share, and Anxious to Secure, the Conversation Piece creates an occasion to reflect upon past transmediale themes while resolutely focusing on the ambiguity of present digital culture.
Breaking Crisis
Film program with works by: Norman Cowie, Elisabeth Marjanović Cronvall & Marta Dauliute, Beatrice Gibson, Jean Herman, Eleni Kamma
Eleni Kamma
Elisabeth Marjanović Cronvall & Marta Dauliute

Sat, 06.02.2016
12:00 - 14:00

Actua Tilt, Jean Herman, FR 1960, 12'
The Third Wave, Norman Cowie, US 1995, 3'
Crisis Document. A Survival Guide, Elisabeth Marjanovic Cronvall & Marta Dauliute, SE 2015, 15'
F for Fibonacci, Beatrice Gibson, UK 2014, 16'
Yar bana bir eğlence. Notes on Parrhesia, Eleni Kamma, BE/NL 2015, 37'
The transformation of Western industrial society into a service and information economy is coupled with the unrestricted subjugation of the environment to market imperatives. Financial transactions are executed by computer programs in milliseconds: money makes money. The unequal distribution of wealth and security, evidenced in global refugee movements, produces a sense of permanent crisis. Conversely, new forms of solidarity, resistance, and struggles for democratic rights and economic participation are emerging. Against the background of these volatile developments, this film selection presents an impressive range of artistic and critical analyses of the present.
HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
D-10557 Berlin Germany

mmRundgang Program: Describe Me An Image Of Turkey – Film Program
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
23/01/2016 at 13h
Film Program with Yar bana bir eğlence (Notes on Parrhesia) by Eleni Kamma
Shortfilms curated by: Gizem Bayiksel, Cana Bilir-­Meier, Burak Cevik, Necati Sönmez
Moderation: Delal Isci
Rundgang Program
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
Atelierhaus, Lehargasse 8, A-1060, 1.Floor, Mediaroom

Thursday, 17/12/2015
Ravensteinstraat 23 | Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Two years after the pilot edition of On & For Production some of the participating projects are completed. This workshop is aimed at disclosing the route between the first sketches of an artist film and its release. Artists Eleni Kamma and An Van Dienderen and their producers Jubilee vzw and Contour will go through the various stages, challenges and collaborations that their film productions went through.

The workshop includes the screening of:
LILI, An van. Dienderen, 2015, 11min
SOLO FOR RICH MAN, Beatrice Gibson, 2015, 14min

Free entrance, no reservation
Moderated by Auguste Orts
Supported by Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, BOZAR

is a multidisciplinary exhibition and performance program that deals with issues of post-colonialism, memory, identity and narration.

Gathering together artists originally from Portugal, England, Rwanda, Greece, Germany, Argentine, Hungary, Spain, Serbia, Poland and Taiwan, who work in performance, object, photography, video and installation, L’INTRU aims to question these potent issues: postcolonialism, personal and collective memory, narration and identity. It not only asks who the invaders are, it also speaks of the personal narratives that these forces provoke within the individual. After a successful run in Vienna, the exhibition is being brought to London with the intention of engaging with local issues: capitalism, gentrification and the cuts. Join us for a packed performance program, on the front row will be some of the most prominent London artists.

CURATED by Ana Mendes
Associate Curator: Joseph Constable
Commission: Rich Mix
Press assistant: Laura Clark
Design: Sandra Djurkic

Anamaria Kardos, Ana Mendes, Carla Cruz, Antonio Contador, Eleni Kamma, Franziska Becher, Justyna Scheuring, Mario Asef, Ishimwa Muhimanyi, Rosana Antoli, Hsinyen Wei and Sandra Djukic.

3 pm opening (free event, until 6pm)
6 pm ticketed show (performance program) £12/10
Tickets: http://www.richmix.org.uk/whats-on/event/lintru-invaders/

mmEleni Kamma (solo exhibition)
Art Seen Projects
66B Makarios Avenue, Cronos Court
1077 Nicosia, Cyprus
November 7 – December 23, 2015
Curator: Maria Stathi

mmJubilee is proud to announce the avant première of
a single screen film by Eleni Kamma
37’24 (2015)
at the Theater aan het Vrijthof
Wednesday 07.10.2015
at 17:00h
info: www.theateraanhetvrijthof.nl/info/exposities/

Opening Saturday October 3th 2015 // 18:00 – 21:00
SoundImageCulture – Installations presents work by Piero Bisello & Maxime Le Bon, Sander Tas and Danja Cauwberghs, Margaux Schwarz, Eleni Kamma, Davide Tidoni and Eva la Cour.
Argos, Centre for Art and Media
Werfstraat 13 rue du Chantier // 1000 Brussels

mm“Parrhesia, de moed tot waarheid in de transparante samenleving”
19 september t/m 20 december 2015
Artists: Woodstone Kugelblitz (Teun de Graaf & Charlotte Martin), DesignArbeid (Ruben Abels & Barbara Asselbergs), Roel Roscam Abbing, Sulsolsal (Hannes Bernard & Guido Giglio), Gijs de Heij, Eleni Kamma, Yuri Veerman, Katja Verheul,
PART 1: Documentation exhibition 19 september to 24 oktober 2015. Opening 25 september 17.30 pm
Location: SIGN, Winschoterkade 10, Groningen.
PART 2 : LAB 24, 25, 26 september. O.l.v. Lectoraat Image in Context, Academie Minerva: Anke Coumans & Bibi Straatman with artists & theoretici.
Theoretici: Lara Garcia Diaz, Carmen van Bruggen, Steyn Berghs, Marianna Maruyama.
Location: Academie Minerva, Praediniussingel 59, Groningen.
PART 3: from 1 november to 20 december 2015
Nieuw werk artists.
Locations: SIGN and others.

mm5th Thessaloniki Bienniale of Contemporary Art (GR)
Between the Pessimism of the Intellect and the Optimism of the Will
Curator Katerina Gregos
23 June – 30 September 2015
Carlos Aires (ES), Can Altay & Jeremiah Day(TR/US), Ivan Argote (CO), Marwa Arsanios (US), Bertille Bak (FR), Taysir Batniji (PS), James Beckett (ZA/NL), Adelita Husni Bey (IT), David Brognon & Stéphanie Rollin (BE/LU), Depression Era (GR), Ninar Esber (LB), Mounir Fatmi (MA), Peter Friedl (AT), Mekhitar Garabedian (SY/BE), Ganzeer (EG), Marina Gioti (GR), Piero Gilardi (IT), Hamza Halloubi (MA), Nick Hannes (BE), Sven Johne (DE), Annika Kahrs (DE), Eleni Kamma (GR), Hayv Kahraman (IQ), Mikhail Karikis (GR), Chrysanthi Koumianaki (GR), Erik Van Lieshout (NL), Thomas Locher (DE), Angela Melitopoulos & Angela Anderson (DE/US), Tom Molloy (IE), Nikos Navridis (GR), Qiu Zhijie (CN), Pavel Pepperstein (RU), Antonis Pittas (GR), Theo Prodromidis (GR), Meriç Algün Ringborg (TR), Anila Rubiku (AL), Marinella Senatore (IT), Nedko Solakov (BG), Nikos Tranos (GR), Thomas Weinberger (DE), Olav Westphalen (DE)
More information:

mmWild Open Space.Les Moisson de la cité
With: Carlos Aires,Gentiane Angeli,Charlotte Beaudry,Vincen Beeckman,Michel Beine,
Nina Berman, Anne-Sophie Bomal,Nicolas Bomal, Olivier Bovy, Raphaël Carette,Thomas Chable, Jacques Charlier, Alexandre Christiaens,
Nicolas Clément, Jerome Daly,Michael Dans,Jonathan De Winter, Eric Débris,
Alain Declercq, Serge Delaunay,Vincent Delbrouck, Messieurs Delmotte, Isabelle Detournay, Paul Devens, Philippe Durand, Michel François, Pierre Gerard, Myriam Hornard, Pierre Houcmant
Laurent Impeduglia, Eleni Kamma, Babis Kandilaptis, Nicolas Kozakis, Charlotte Lagro, Jules Lallement, Sophie Langohr, Bruno Le Boulengé, Aurélie Levaux, The Little Artists, Jacques Lizène , Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Sylvie Macias-Diaz, Karine Marenne , Xavier Mary, Ccil Michel, Michaël Nicolaï,Olivier Pe, Marc Petit, Pica Pica, Pol Pierart, Frédéric Platéus, Marie Rosen, André Stas, Chaim van Luit, Bernard Walhin, Marc Wendelski, Marie Zolamian
Le Grand Curtius,Féronstrée 136 4000 Liège
25/06/2015 to 20/09/2015

mmL'Intru (Invaders) (group exhibition)
With: Amanda Pina, Ana Mendes, Andrea Salzman , Eleni Kamma, Fransisca Becher, Mario Asef, Hsinyen Wei, Sonja Hornung, Lisbeth Kovacic.
Curated by Ana Mendes
Associate Curator: Joseph Constable
12-28 June
Friday Exit
Opening: 12th of June 19-22h
23 June
nadaLocal 19h

(group exhibition)
Curated by Iwona Blazwick, Director, Whitechapel Gallery
27 May – 26 July 2015, Preview 26 May
École Française d’Athènes, Athens

With: Caroline Achaintre, Allora & Calzadilla, Francis Alys, Athanasios Argianas, Joseph Beuys, Huma Bhabha, Reg Butler, Lynn Chadwick, Marcus Coates, William Cobbing, Enrico David, Charlotte Dumas, Angus Fairhurst, Studio Ghibli, Tue Greenfort, Asta Gröting, Anthea Hamilton & Nicholas Byrne, Henrik Håkansson, Joan Jonas, Eleni Kamma, Markus Karstieß, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Yayoi Kusama, Oliver Laric, Richard Long, Sarah Lucas, Ruth Maclennan, Chris Marker, Marlie Mul, Katja Novitskova, Anatoly Osmolovsky, Aliki Palaska,Norbert Prangenberg, Ugo Rondinone,Kostas Sahpazis, Peter Wachtler.

Visitor Information TERRAPOLIS, NEON and the Whitechapel Gallery at the École Française d’Athènes, Athens, Greece.
For further information please contact NEON:
T +30 213 0187 700
E contact@neon.org.gr
W neon.org.gr

Open 27 May – 26 July 2015
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: 12 – 6pm
Monday: Closed

mmOn & For Production (edition I)
Auguste Orts invites Eleni Kamma and Jubilee for the upcoming edition of On & For Production.
Friday 24/04 & Saturday 25/04/2015

mmOh, for some more Amusement (solo exhibition)
Netwerk, Aalst (BE)
19 April – 13 June 2015

mmArchipelagos. The Region as an Art Space (group exhibition)
With works of Christian Berens, Jerome Daly, Michael Dans, Paul Devens, Jonathan De Winter, Jeroen Evertz ft eVe spaM, Michel François, Lara Gasparotto, Laurent Impeduglia, Eleni Kamma, Charlotte Lagro, Jacques Lizène, Chaïm van Luit, Jan Marechal, Jérôme Mayer, Mon Colonel & Spit, Griet Moors, Selçuk Mutlu, Michaël Nicolaï, Karl Philips, Frédéric Platéus, Marc Wendelski and Romain Van Wissen.
A project by Provincie Limburg and SPACE Collection.
Lenders: SCHUNCK, Ikob, Ville de Liège, Province de Liège, Collection Uhoda
Opening: 27/3: 18.00–20.00
27 March – 13 June 2015
Provinciehuis Maastricht
Limburglaan 10, 6229 GA Maastricht (NL)
Mon-Fr: 9.00–18.00

(group exhibition)
Agnus Braithwaite, Gary Colclough, Savvas Christodoulides, Marianna Christofides, Eleni Kamma, Aldo Kroese, Eva Marathaki, Jost Münster , Vicky Pericleous, Lefteris Tapas, Maria Theodoraki, Amikam Toren, Alison Turnbull
Opening: 27.3.2015 – 19.30
28 March – 9 May 2015
Art Seen – Contemporary Art Projects & Editions
66B Makarios Avenue,
Nicosia 1077

mmExercices de styles
(group exhibition)
With: Eleni Kamma, Rachel Laurent, Jacques Lizène, Capitaine Lonchamps, Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Benjamin Monti, Sébastien Plevoets, Pol Pierart,Valérie Sonnier, Jeroen Van Bergen, Marie Zolamian
Opening: Saturday 13 December 2014
Duration: 14 December 2014 – 31 January 2015
Galerie Nadja Vilenne, 5, Rue commandant Marchand, 4000 Liège

mmIn the mouth of the wolf. Die Wolf, Die!
(group exhibition)
With: Rosa Barba, Ivan Grubanov, Eleni Kamma, Lito Kattou, Konstantinos Kotsis, Linardaki- Parissot, Andreas Sell, Artur Zmijewski
Curated by Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Kosmas Nikolaou
Opening: 20 November 2014
Duration: 21 November 2014 – 9 January 2015
Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus – House of Cyprus
2A Xenofontos Str., GR-105 57 Athens

mm5 × 3: Eleni Kamma, Alien Oosting, Thyra Schmidt
(curated by Bea Otto)
2 – 12 October 2014
Kunstraum Düsseldorf

mmTreasure Island (group exhibition)
September 26 – November 8 2014
Curatorial team: Yiannis Toumazis, Louli Michaelidou, Anber Onar, Despo Pasia,Kyriakos Pachoulides,Elena Stylianou
Participating artists: Emin Cizenel, Lia Haraki, Eleni Kamma, Nurtane Karagil, Gabriel Lester, Literary Agency Cyprus/Whirling Words, Mesearch Lab Researchers, Panayiotis Michael, Savvas Papasavva, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Pick Nick,Alexandros Pissourios, Sara Mara Samsara, Nicolas Tschopp, Stephanos Tsivopoulos and Sholeh Zahraei/Kamil Saldun.
Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre-Associated with the Pierides Foundation, Cyprus

mmYar bana bir eğlence (Oh, for some Amusement!)
(solo exhibition)
13 September – 18 October 2014
Galerie Nadja Vilenne
Liège, Belgium

mmResidency at Ateliers RAVI, Liege
September – November 2014

Competition first prize, Three urban sculptures Sittard-Born-Geleen in cooperation with Breg Horemans
We are happy to announce that the city council of Sittard-Born-Geleen has granted Eleni Kamma and Breg Horemans the competition for three urban sculptures. The structures embody the idea of a ‘double trinity’ and will be built in 2015.

mmSIC seminars April – December 2014


mmResidency at NiMAC, Nicosia
January 2014

mmMondriaan Fonds, Project Grant


mmVilla Romana 1905–2013. Das Künstlerhaus in Florenz
22.11.2013 – 9.3.2014
Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4, 53113 Bonn
Participating artists: Shannon Bool, Mariechen Danz, Heide Hinrichs, Daniel Maier-Reimer, Nine Budde, Sophie Reinhold, Yorgos Sapountzis, Eleni Kamma, Aglaia Konrad, Henrik Olesen, Thomas Kilpper, Rebecca Ann Tess, Martin Pfeifle, Anna Heidenhain, Anna Moeller, Eske Schlüters, Olivier Foulon, Kalin Lindena, Benjmain Yavuzsoy, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Asli Sungu, Dani Gal, Michail Pirgelis, Silke Markefka, Ines Schaber / Stefan Pente, Maya Schweitzer, Mario Rizzi, Edi Hila, Amelie von Wulffen, Max Neumann, Inge Höher, Superstudio, Ketty La Rocca, Georg Baselitz, Horst Antes, Karl Georg Pfahler, Anna Oppermann, André Thomkins, Artur Stoll, Norbert Tadeusz, Gotthard Graubner, Hans Purrmann, Rudolf Riester, Richard Pietzsch, Kurt Tuch, Max Klinger, Arnold Boecklin, Karl Stauffer-Bern
An exhibition of the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in cooperation with the Villa Romana e.V.

mm…Of Those Who Inhabit Rooms
Fabienne Audéoud, Mette Edvardsen, Simon Hempel, Warja Honegger-Lavater, Henri Jacobs, Eleni Kamma, Aglaia Konrad, Belgian Institute for World Affairs (Jef Lambrecht and Karel Schoetens), Willem Oorebeek, Kristin Posehn, Stéphane Querrec, Jacqueline Schoemaker and Jozua Zaagman, Simon Thompson, Mitja Tušek, Katleen Vermeir and Ronny Heiremans, Simon Vincenzi (a.o.)
10 November – 7 December 2013
Twelve Cells for the Intoxicated
Saturdays 2 – 6pm or by appointment
Opening: Saturday 9 November 6 – 9pm

mmSo close, yet so far
mm6 unexpected places, 8 artists, a walk
Elodie Ledure, Chaim Van Luit, Eleni Kamma, Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Esther van de Pas, Patrick Bolk, Sjoerd Westbroek, Chris Keulen
8 November – 7 December 2013
Locations: Alex51GallerY ,Hanneke Bollen, Theater aan het Vrijthof, Intro in situ, Van Eyck, Zuidervrienden
Opening: Friday 8 November at 5pm on all locations
After-openings-party in the Theater aan het Vrijthof at 9pm, with performance of pianist Franck Bovet.
For more information please visit: www.muas.nl

mmThe Mediterranean experience:
mm The Mediterranean as a spatial paradigm
mm for circulation of ideas and meaning
(group exhibition)
September 18 – December 31, 2013
Curator: Denys Zacharopoulos
Deputy Curators: Alexios Papazacharias, Maro Psyrra
Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece

mmRepeat / rI' pi : t
(group exhibition)
30 June – 29 September 2013
With Jacques Charlier – Olivier Foulon – Eleni Kamma – Aglaia Konrad – Sophie Langohr – Jacques Lizène – Capitaine Lonchamps – Emilio Lopez Menchero – Jacqueline Mesmaeker – Benjamin Monti – Pol Pierart – Valérie Sonnier – Walter Swennen – Raphaël Van Lerberghe – Marie Zolamian
Galerie Nadja Vilenne
5, rue du Commandant Marchand, 4000 Liège, Belgium

mmArtist Talk at
mmPiST/// Interdisciplinary Project Space
Monday 22 of July at 18.30
Dolapdere Caddesi
Pangalti Dere Sokak
No 8 A/B/C
Pangalti 34375
Istanbul TR


30 June – 25 August 2013
With pieces and editions by Lone Haugaard Madsen, Celia Hempton, Eleni Kamma, Karl Larsson, Corin Sworn and more.
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany

mmRencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
June 25 – 30 2013
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin
Cycle: 'Documents/documentaries'
(The Tuner's Monologue is scheduled on: Thursday, June 27 from 1pm to 11pm)

mm‘You said yesterday – tomorrow’
1 june – 22 june
Group exhibition curated by Arno van der Mark and Q.S. Serafijn
Isa Genzken / D
Eleni Kamma / GR
Christian Marclay / USA
Arno van der Mark / NL
Joke Robaard / NL
Q.S. Serafijn / NL
Joëlle Tuerlinckx / B
Heino Zobernig / AU
Angle Gallery, Amsterdam

mmResidency at PiST///, Istanbul
2 May – 31 July 2013
with the support of the Mondriaan Fund

mmFound in Translation, Chapter M (group exhibition)
18 April – 5 May 2013
Curated by Emmanuel Lambion for Muse Programme,
THALIE ART PROJECT-Nathalie Guiot, Brussels
With Steven Baelen (Be), Roxane Borujerdi (FR/Irn) Aline Bouvy &
John Gillis (Lu / Be), Lucia Bru (Be), Elisabeth S. Clark (UK), Joachim
Coucke (B), Yael Davids (Isr), Koenraad Dedobbeleer (Be), Edith
Dekyndt (Be), Denicolai & Provoost (I/Be), Aleksandra Domanovic (Sl),
Jean-Pascal Flavien (F), Meschac Gaba (Ben), Dominique Ghesquière (F),
Camille Henrot (F), Sophie Haesaerts (B), Hedwig Houben (Nl), Khaled
Jarrar (Pal), Renaud Jerez (Fr), Eleni Kamma (Gr/Cy/Nl), Ermias
Kifleyesus (Eth), Valerie Mannaerts (Be), Jani Ruscica (Fl), Fabrice
Samyn (B), Martin Skauen (No), Maarten Vanden Eynde (Be).

mmA show a day keeps high cholesterol at bay
17 April – 21 April 2013
Featuring a series of solo presentations by:
Lucia Bru, Sofie Haesaerts, Eleni Kamma, Renaud Jerez, Ermias Kifleyesus
Bn PROJECTS - Maison GREGOIRE in Art Brussels

mmEleni Kamma is one of the 50 artists
nominated for the Prix de Rome 2013

mmThe Beginning continued (group exhibition)
15 February – 5 March 2013 (roonroom)
15 February – 22 March 2013 (Mehrwert e.V.)

mmParticipating in ARCO Madrid 2013
13 – 17 February with Nadja Vilenne

mmP Like Politics, P Like Parrots (solo)
2 February – 24 March 2013
Curated by Denys Zacharopoulos and Alexios Papazacharias
Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece

mmThe Beginning (group exhibition)
Wild West Active Space
4 December 2012 – 19 January 2013
1st floor, Heggenstraat 16,
Maastricht, The Netherlands

mmScreening Programme
mmScreening Room: Brussels
10 – 12 December 2012, 7 pm
Temporary Gallery
Mauritiuswall 35
D 50676 Cologne

mmRencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid/Paris

30 November – 8 December 2012
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris 
Cycle: Documents/Documentaires
Au Travail
(The Tuner's Monologue screened
on Wednesday, 5 December, Salle J.Gremillon)


mmThe Beginning (Group exhibition)
At the Wild West Active Space
4 December 2012, 20 h
Until 19 January 2013
1st floor, Heggenstraat 16
Maastricht, The Netherlands 

mmNAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein (solo)
Preis für Junge Kunst Prijs voor Jonge Kunst Prix de l'Art Jeune
27 October – 25 November 2012
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany

mmTeach me Pet Me (Group exhibition)
11 October – 25 November 2012
Curated by Livia Pancu
tranzit.ro – Iasi office, Iasi, Romania

mmFound In Translation Chapter P Like Politics, P Like Parrots (solo)
4 October – 3 November 2012
Curated by Emmanuel Lambion
Maison Grégoire, Brussels

mmOn Dilettantism (Group exhibition)
15 September – 18 November 2012
Curator: Frank Motz
Halle 14, Leipzig

mm7th song (for Maldoror) (Group exhibition)
26 September – 7 October 2012
Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Pireos 260, Athens

mmPavillon-prêt-à-migrer da Vetrina a Pietrasanta (Group exhibition)
21 – 30 July 2012
Vetrina Arte Contemporanea, Pietrasanta, Italy
Enrico Mattei, Vehicle Projects. contemporary art

mmP Like Politics, P Like Parrots (solo)
12 June – 23 September 2012
Curated by Denys Zacharopoulos and Alexios Papazacharias
Alex Mylona Museum, Athens, Greece

mmOn Dilettantism (Group exhibition)
1 June – 12 August 2012
Curator: Frank Motz
ACC Weimar

mmFrom bank to bank on a gradual slope (solo)
25 May – 28 June 2012
Villa Romana, Florence, Italy

mm1rst International Motion Festival (IMF) (screening)
23 – 24 March 2012
European University Campus, Nicosia

mmThe Drawing Room (Group exhibition)
10 December 2011 – 14 January 2012
Curated by Maria Stathi
Omikron Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus

mmFound in Translation, Chapter L
A project curated by Emmanuel Lambion for Casino Luxembourg
1 October 2011 – 8 January 2012
Casino Luxembourg
With Lara ALMARCEGUI, Juan Arata, Wojciech BAKOWSKI, Pierre BISMUTH, Aline BOUVY & John GILLIS, Lucia BRU, Liudvikas Buklys, Francisco CAMACHO (Co), Ludovic CHEMARIN copyright (F), Jos De Gruyter & Harald Thys, Koenraad DEDOBBELEER, Edith DEKYNDT, Simona DENICOLAI and Ivo PROVOOST, Agnès GEOFFRAY, gerlach & koop, Sofie HAESAERTS, Saskia HOLMKVIST, Hedwig HOUBEN, Ann-Veronica JANSSENS, Eleni KAMMA, Ermias KIFLEYESUS, Gabriel KURI, Adrien Lucca, Jani RUSCICA, Robert Suermondt, Simon STARLING, Pieter VERMEERSCH, Vvork, Freek WAMBACQ
More information: www.casino-luxembourg.lu