Art exhibition to explore 'otherness'

The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) will open an exhibition and public program titled 'All’s Good
Between Us' on February 14.

"Through the interpretations of various generations of artists, researchers and curators, the project will invite to think beyond the idea of identity as something permanent and stable, addressing stigma and fear of otherness," say the organizers.

The exhibition and accompanying program will take place at 60A-21 Dzirnavu Street and will be welcoming visitors until March 31.

"'All’s Good Between Us' brings gender and queer discourses into interaction with socio-political contexts in  society, identifying cracks between identities, minorities and different generations. At the same time, the project questions the ways in which both individual and LGBTQIA+ community histories are narrated and documented, and how ingrained assumptions normalise and justify violence and intolerance," say organizers.

The title of the exhibition 'All’s Good Between Us' is taken from the play of the same name by Polish writer Dorota Masłowska. The play tells the story of three generations of women living in a small apartment in Warsaw, observing in their everyday lives the complex panorama of Polish history in the last century, including issues of social and national identity. Similarly, the participants of this exhibition and public program from different generations will inhabit the apartment together – the venue of the exhibition on Dzirnavu Street – communicating with each other and inviting guests to share their experiences and reflections.

The exhibition is open to visitors from February 15 to March 31.
Opening hours:
Wed -Fri: 14:00-19:00
Sat: 12:00-17:00

'All's well between us' exhibition
'All's well between us' exhibition

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