Saturday, September 28, 2013
Warsztaty Kultury w Lublinie (Lublin, Poland) and Trans Kultura Foundation (Lublin, Poland)  in collaboration with GeoAIR (Georgia) and Association Oberlicht (chisinau, Moldova) worked on a public space art project Connected by the Border in the frame of the Integrations−Mediations festival supported by National Centre for Culture in Poland, Ministry of Culture and Cultural Heritage of Poland.
The Integrations−Mediations festival was held in line with the Culture for the Eastern Partnership Congress under the East of Culture programme covering the three largest cities of Eastern Poland. Artists from Georgia, Moldova, Armenia, and Poland implemented their projects in public spaces of Lublin during October 1-6.
The subject matter for art projects can be defined as surpassing all kinds of borders, including geographical, cultural, mental, social, and administrative ones.The open formula of the festival fostered cooperation and interactions among invited and local artists/institutions as well as local communities.
Curators: Sophia Lapiashvili and Vakhtang Urushadze (Georgia), Paulina Paga (Poland), Vladimir Us (Moldova)
Culture for the Eastern Partnership” 2013 catalogue.
Stefan Rusu (Moldova) - "Cantine for cultural workers"
Lore Gablier, Leslaw Tetla, Tatiana Fiodorov (Moldova, Poland) - "Space as a tool for shaping social attitudes"
Martyna Poznańska (Poland) - "Listening East"
Nuka Megrelishvili (Georgia) - Beyond The Borders, Cube Houses, Red Border.
Antonina Yurchenko (Ukraine) - "Private and Public"
Vardan Harutyunyan (Armenia) - sound performance
Miroslaw Jurczuk (Poland) – HOMOLIMESHOMO
Aleksey Manukyan (Armenia) – “10 meters”