January 27, 2016 - Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, Goethe-Institut Nigeria, KfW Stiftung - Videonale Bonn and Video Art Network Lagos present Videonale in Lagos
January 27, 2016

Videonale in Lagos
Changing City – Shifting Spaces

Emeka Ogboh, Àlà, 2014. Video, 4 minutes. Courtesy the artist.

31 January–28 February 2016

Opening: 30 January, 5pm

Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Lagos
9 McEwen Street
Sabo, Yaba, Lagos
Nigeria
Hours: Monday–Friday 10am–6pm,
Saturday/Sunday by appointment only

Kongi Gallery, Freedom Park
Old Prison Ground Broad Street
Lagos Island, Lagos
Nigeria
Hours: Monday–Saturday 10am–5pm

www.ccalagos.org
www.goethe.de/nigeria
www.kfw-stiftung.de

Videonale Bonn and Video Art Network (VAN) Lagos join forces to present the project Videonale in Lagos: Changing City – Shifting Spaces. The project is an initiative of KfW Stiftung which wishes to contribute to the ongoing development of new media artistic practice in Nigeria by supporting local up-and-coming talents in establishing international contacts. It is realised in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Nigeria and the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Lagos. 

When looking at today’s globalised, digital realities the language of the moving image has become a universal tool to comment and reflect on the ever-shifting spaces of everyday life. With the topic Changing City – Shifting Spaces, Videonale in Lagos explores the dynamics of urban space in a video art workshop for artists based in Nigeria, led by the internationally acclaimed Anglo-Ethiopian video artist Theo Eshetu in collaboration with the Nigerian artist/curator Jude Anogwih (VAN Lagos), as well as an exhibition featuring Nigerian and international artists curated by Jude Anogwih (VAN Lagos) and Tasja Langenbach & Jennifer Gassmann (Videonale Bonn). 

With works by Ima Abasi-Okon, Aderemi Adegbite, Jude Anogwih, Victor Ehikhamenor, Theo Eshetu, Christoph Faulhaber, Heidrun Holzfeind, Uche-Okpa Iroha, Zhenchen Liu, Melanie Manchot, Emeka Ogboh, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Otolith Group, Nicolas Provost, Adejoke Tugbiyele, Emeka Udemba, Zsolt Vasarhelyi, Jan Verbeek, Tobias Yves Zintel.

Closing event
28 February, 2–6pm, CCA 
Presentation and screening of the video art workshop Jogja – Lagos at Biennale Jogja XIII Hacking Conflict: Indonesia meets Nigeria, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, October 2015


For more information, please contact:
Dr. Nicola Müllerschön, Programme Manager Arts and Culture, KfW Stiftung, Frankfurt: nicola.muellerschoen [​at​] kfw-stiftung.de

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