Estelikter Ótkenmen syrlasu exhibition is a space for artistic research - a dialogue of memory and memories between different generations. Artists and scientists tell stories and make it possible to hear the voices of the innocent victims of collectivization and dispossession, famine of the 1920s and 1930s, the deportation of peoples and the regime of the Gulag camps. This is a space where the nature and scale of political repression and its consequences for modern society are rethought.

The idea of ​​the project is based on the principle of "Re-membering":

"Re-membering" (restoration of memories) - a concept in postcolonial theory, a tool for liberation from the trauma of the colonial past;

"Re-membering conversation" (memorable conversations) - a way to cure the pain of the loss of loved ones in psychoanalysis.

The exhibition presents the works of artists and scientists from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, the USA, Great Britain, Kyrgyzstan and Hungary, as well as the works of young artists, participants of the ART COLLIDER informal school, the ARTCOM creative communication platform, where a series of public lectures, discussions and workshops on rethinking the historical past and memory, in order to find a language for describing our postcolonial situation.

Participants:

Almagýl Menlıbaeva

Anar Aýbakır

Anton Vıdokle

Askhat Ahmedıarov

Vıacheslav Ahýnov

Dılıara Kaıpova

Elerı Bıtıkchı

Ermına Takenova

Kanat Býkejanov

Кýanysh Bazargalıyev

Lılııa Kım

Medına Bazargalı

Michael Daniel Sagatis

Nurlan Dýlatbekov

Olga Zaslavskaıa

Stanıslav Podýsenko

Orazbek Esenbaev

Rashıd Nýrekeev

Roman Zaharov

Saken Narynov

Saýle Sýleımenova

Syrlybek Bekbotaev

Suinbike, Saıda Elemanova

Tom marsden

Aısýlý Shaıkenova

Aıgerım Ospan

Arýjan Jýmabek

Balnýra Nýsıpova

Kanat omar

Madına Sargalı

Maııa Saǵymova

Sanııa Ibýllaeva

Curator:

Aigerim Kapar

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