Wednesday, July 12th,
7 – 12pm,
with CHARLIE CAUCHI.
Location: Valentine Hall, HAMRUN. 664 Triq il-Kbira San Guzepp (Next to ELIA and opposite San Gaetano church)
Wednesday, August 23rd.
8pm til late,
With ROXMAN GATT.
Location: Parking Lot in the south
With Erik Smith.
With Darren Zammit Lupi and Karen Irmer.
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We are pleased to announce FRAGMENTA’s upcoming event: “From Purity to Perversion” presents a kaleidoscopic and absurdist reconfiguration of the feminine. On invitation of FRAGMENTA, Charlie Cauchi playfully weaves together archival images, home-movie footage, personal and found artefacts, memorabilia, textures … Continue reading
View original post on: http://interartive.org/2017/06/art-in-public-space-hutschek/ (page from leaflet by Sonya Schönberger, distributed during Fragmenta event FIELD TRIP, January 2017) The loudspeaker system of the ferry terminal announces in a solemn female voice: “There is nothing that man fears more than … Continue reading
FIELD TRIP – A Fragmenta event at the Cirkewwa Ferry Terminal with artists Sonya Schönberger and Christof Zwiener
He storms into the hall; at the back he discovers various seats marked “TOURISTS”. They sit down. The row opposite has 5 seats marked with the sign “FOREIGNER”. The signs are written in 2 languages – Maltese and English – the Maltese word for foreigner is BARRANI, which literally means “Outsider”. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce our first event in 2017: On invitation of FRAGMENTA, Berlin-based German artists Sonya Schönberger and Christof Zwiener have chosen to investigate and have a critical look at the ferry terminal of Cirkewwa, which is the … Continue reading
A tower with a plank facing outwards … John is confused. John is on holiday in Malta, and on this glorious sunny October Sunday afternoon, he goes to the popular sandy beach of Ghajn Tuffieha. Suddenly, he spots the tower … Continue reading
For the upcoming FRAGMENTA-event on October 23rd, Maltese artist Aaron Bezzina will present new objects and a site-specific installation entitled “Memento Mori: Hints Taken From Terror Management Theory”. All presented works take their point of departure from Terror Management Theory … Continue reading