By introducing Dada Polis – Living Archive StockHolm edition we enter into an affective space of apocalyptic distortions of today’s world existence. Dada Polis looks for post-apocalyptic emotions to disturb the (ideo)logical voices of the senseless present and turn on (en)visioning lights of a common(sense) future. Leaning on a pre-political assemblage that escapes the a materiality of possession, the exclusiveness of power-oriented rules and all kinds of social repressions, Dada Polis dissmisses the human rights and calls for subjective responsibility as the only way towards regaining personal freedom. It does (not) count who is (not) there or who is (not) with us.
From 30th October till 2nd November 2014 at c.off with Louise Blad, Cristina Caprioli / ccap, Andreja Dugandžić, Emma-Lina Ericson, Jusuf Hadžifejzović, Nela Hasanbegović, Elin Magnusson, Svetlana Maraš, MYCKET, Ofelia Jarl Ortega, Marija Ratković, Hanna Willdow and Red Min(e)d.
The four-day LA edition will this time instead of various exhibition “stations” such as artist’s talks, discussions, educational and curatorial forums focus on Dada Polis Manifesto – as an Off-station based on the feminist re-articulation of avant-garde.