Armenia, which is geographically located at the cultural and political crossroads, has always been coordinating and analyzing it. This interesting and complex mixture evolved into more diverse and multi-layered forms during the 20th and 21st centuries.
After all, it got more vivid expressiveness with the entry of modern and contemporary arts.
The post-soviet period can be considered one of the most active periods of contemporary art.
Which represented a complex process of reinterpretation, and the invasion of the latest technologies into the field of art outlined the beginning of new forms and content.
The period from the 90s to the 2000s was one of the active times of Armenian video art and performance, and the analysis of traditions and customs can be highlighted among their content characteristics. Among artists who work with this media, we singled out 3 artists: Diana Hakobyan, Davit Kareyan and Tigran Khachatryan. Whose video art and performances are interesting examples of (cross) art.
Thus, we invite you to watch and discuss at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art
August 5 at 20:00