On 15 August, PRIO, PRAKSIS and Motaz Habbash will kick off
a month-long residency with ten artists whose creative practices respond to
lived experiences of conflict and oppression.
This residency seeks to create a space for exploration of the themes "Repression – Expression // Violence – Creative Resistance" and participating artists will form a temporary community. It is underpinned by PRIO's ongoing research project INSPIRE which investigates creative practice and activism in contexts of war. The artists participating include Iman Jabrah, Ayman AlAzraq, Yanina Zaichanka, Yamile Calderon, Jad El Koury, Diala Brisly, Nastassja Nefjodov, Tania Canas, Daria Pugachova, and Khalid Shatta.
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PRAKSIS is an internationally networked not-for-profit arts and culture catalyst based in Oslo, Norway. By connecting artists, thinkers and publics across borders and disciplines, it fosters experimentation, creative production and the exchange of knowledge. PRAKSIS's public events and publishing focus on the urgent issues of our time and help open up creative practice to diverse audiences. Find out more at www.praksisoslo.org.