Exhibitions

MAM Screen 010: Mikhail Karikis

2019.2.9 [Sat] - 5.26 [Sun]

Having studied disciplines as diverse as music and architecture, Mikhail Karikis (b. 1975 in Thessaloniki, Greece) has since forged an international career spanning film, photography and performance employed in the development of immersive installations.
The three films presented in this program - set in an abandoned coal mine, a postindustrial village, and a factory with the disabled people - shed light on alternative models for human existence, friendship, labor, and action. All include scenes of people singing/rapping as a group, encouraging us to contemplate the meaning of labor and employment, and the correlation between natural resources, industry and communities.

Works

Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.
Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.

Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.
Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.

Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.
Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.

Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.
Mikhail Karikis Ain’t Got No Fear
Mikhail Karikis
Ain’t Got No Fear
2016
Video
10 min.

Mikhail Karikis The Chalk Factory
Mikhail Karikis
The Chalk Factory
2017
Mikhail Karikis The Chalk Factory
Mikhail Karikis
The Chalk Factory
2017

Mikhail Karikis The Chalk Factory
Mikhail Karikis
The Chalk Factory
2017
Mikhail Karikis The Chalk Factory
Mikhail Karikis
The Chalk Factory
2017
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MAM Screen 010: Mikhail Karikis


Notice Regarding Photography in the Galleries

Photography is not permitted in the gallery of “MAM Screen 010: Mikhail Karikis” exhibition.


About “MAM Screen”

The development of video art, which first appeared in the 1960s, has progressed in leaps and bounds alongside innovations in video technology. As the number of video installations combining multiple media also grows, under the “MAM Screen” program single-channel video works from around the world will be screened daily over the period of the relevant exhibition. This program enables visitors to view works on video in concentrated fashion, and at their leisure.

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