Tracing the Tracks///WorkAffair
24 Sep, 2020 -
03 Okt, 2020
Lise Skou [DK] , Ailie Rutherford [GB], Kuba Szreder [PL], Bankleer [DE] and Julita Wójcik [PL].

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Tracing the Tracks///WorkAffair

Åbning: 24. sept. kl. 16 - 18
Herefter tors. - fre. kl. 14 - 17 t.o.m. 3. okt. 2020
Studsgade 46 Aarhus C DK

Thursday Sept. 24th rum46 open part 3 of Tracing The Tracks. We look forward to present new art works and text productions reflecting in a current perspective on the theme WorkAffair - a project rum46 carried out in 2007. We welcome you to an exhibition with Lise Skou [DK] , Ailie Rutherford [GB], Kuba Szreder [PL], Bankleer [DE] and Julita Wójcik [PL].   TRACING THE TRACKS marks rum46’s 25th anniversary as an exhibition space with a series of exhibitions during 2020. On the basis of five previous rum46 projects we are providing a thematic inspiration and historical guided framework for 25 contributors divided into 5 exhibitions - we have now reached the third in this series.
  All are welcome and we look forward to seeing you Best regards, rum46

TRACING THE TRACKS takes it’s starting point in our archive of long-term exhibition projects. Here we find themes that we think are still relevant today - and therefore important to debate, comment and reflect in a forward-looking perspective.

rum46’s history and archive contains a long list of social and political engaged thematic exhibition projects where themes like hospitality, solidarity, democracy, alternative economies, working conditions, how we communicate in public space and imagined futures have been on the agenda over the years. Together with curator Agnieszka Wolodzko (PL) we also ask artists and writers who have participated in some of our earlier projects- and new artists and writers to trace tracks from rum46's archive and history.

We will look back to move forward - into the new decade.

TRACING THE TRACKS is supported by the Danish Arts foundation and Aarhus Municipality.


Room for Improved Futures
Link til rum46's 2-årige samarbejdsprojekt 2018-2019