A group exhibition with new work by Erika Baglyas, Jonathan Lemieux, Katarzina Marszewski and Yoon Bo-Sook and organized by Luise Kaunert. Residency Unlimited, New York, Saturday November 16, 2013 12pm-6pm
Cordula Maria Rien Kuntari is an internationally recognized Indonesian journalist and war correspondent. She is the first Indonesian civilian author who has written and published a book about the factual truths of the bloody birth-pangs of East Timor. Timor Timur Satu Menit Terakhir, Catatan Seorang Wartawan, 2008, Mizan | East Timor, The Final Hour: A Journalist’s Notes
A political refugee, she has been living in the US since 2009, currently in New York. She is speaking about the circumstances and reasons of her forced immigration the first time in public in my video.
|Erika Baglyas, Honestly, 2013, video, sound, 75'|
|On the left side Jonathan Lemieux' installation | On the right side Erika Baglyas's works|
|Yoon Bo-Sook's 3D sculptures|
|Luise Kaunert is the curator of Dual Rhythms | Nathalie Anglès is co-founder and Executive Director of Residency Unlimited|
|Katharina Marszewski's drawings|
“Dual rhythms” is made possible with the support of ACAX | Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange as well as the Trust for Mutual Understanding; Le Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec (CALQ); Seoyeong University (Korea) and Mloda Polska Grant from Narodowe Centrum, Kultury, Poland as well as A-I-R Laboratory/Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw (Poland) and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Special thanks to Cordula Maria Rien Kuntari | Residency Unlimited | freeDimensional | Lenz Tunde