Uncertain States 2013 – Annual Group Photography Exhibition.
8-30 November, 2013, Open: Tue-Fri 11 AM – 7 PM, Free
PV: Thursday, 7 November, 6.30 – 9 PM
The Bank, Central House, 59-63 Whitechapel High St, London E1 7PF
Artists’ Talk: Collaboration within the context of photography. Sue Steward, writer, broadcaster and the photography critic of the Evening Standard chairs an evening with Uncertain States, Kennard Phillips, Ania Dabrowska and the Lebanese Archive project. Presented by Uncertain States
Fri 1 November 2013 18:30-21.00
Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Seminar Room One, Sackler Centre
BRAINS: MIND AS MATTER, MOSI, Manchester
26 July 2013 – 4 Jan 2014
Featuring Ania Dabrowska’s Mind Over Matter project – collaboration with Prof Bronwyn Parry, 2008-2011
“Lebanese Archive of Diab Alkarssifi” project by Ania Dabrowska in PICS Photographic Images Changing Society Festival
Screening at 12.30 pm
10 min multimedia projection
Sat 8 June, 12 pm – 6 pm
after party from 7 pm
Rich Mix, East London, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA
PhotoVoice & Fotosythesis
Pierced Memories: The Lebanese Archive of Diab Alkarssifi. Text by Ania Dabrowska, Images courtesy of Diab Alkarssifi, Yadaliyya Photography Editor, Michelle Woodward. > Yadaliyya Online Magazine, Published 1/05/2013
2013 – PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT
A Mask For Both Worlds, work in progress, 2012 – ongoing
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE IN KHOJ-WHITE CRANE ARTS & MEDIA INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP, DHARAMSHALA
October 20 – November 5, 2012, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh India
KHOJ INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS’ ASSOCIATION, WHITE CRANE FILMS, AND POLISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE IN DELHI
Participating artists: Bchuchung D Sonam, Karma Sichoe, Aradhana Seth, Ayisha Abraham, Sheba Chhachhi, Tejal Shah, Zuleikha Chaudhari, Aman Mojadidi, Ania Dabrowska, Erdenebayar Monkhor, Munkhtsetseg Jalkhaajav, Tsherin Sherpa, Kesang Lamdark
Critic: Latika Gupta
With thanks to Polish Cultural Institute in Delhi for nomination and support of travel for this residency.
UNCERTAIN STATES / 2012
Exhibition celebrating 3 years in print.
Private View: Thur, 18 Oct 2012, 7 pm – 9 pm
Exhibition: 19 Oct – 24 Oct 2012, 11 am - 7 pm
Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG
Ania Dabrowska, Aviv Yaron, David George, Eti Wade, Fiona Yaron-Field, Francisco Gomes de Villaboa, Geoff Tiley, Graham Asker, Hazel Pitt, James Russel Cant, Jane Garfield, Julie Cockburn, Julio Etchard, Laura Hydn, Mick Williamson, Nick Haefner Frsa, Robin Grierson, Roy Mehta, Ruth Joy, Sophie Gerrard, Spencer Rowell, Sukey Parnell, Susan Andrews, Victoria Kovalenko
PARTICIPATION IN PHOTOGRAPHY: MEMORY, ARCHIVES & AUTHORSHIP SYMPOSIUM
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Liz Hingley, David Kendall (Goldsmiths, University of London), Andrew Testa (Panos), Abbas Nokhasteh (Openvizor), Dr. Moustafa Traoré (Sorbonne University), Ingrid Guyon and Valentina Schivardi (Fotosynthesis), Matt Daw (PhotoVoice), Miguel Amortegui, Ania Dabrowska, Annalisa Sonzogni (Kingston University), Magda Fabianczyk, Rebecca Locke, Ph 15, Zaneta Szelazek, Andrés Borda-González, Daniel Almoril, Ojos que Sienten, Diana Garcia, Luis M. Jara, Nelsy Socaire, Ed Beron, Martin LeSanto-Smith, Agata Cardoso, Eva Sajovic, Rebecca Davies, Briony Campbell, Duncan Nicol Robertson, Shreyasi Kar and Goa Cap
The Uncertain States First Tuesday Talk: Ania Dabrowska, Memoria.
Tuesday, 2 Oct, 2012, 7.30 pm, Admission Free
Upstairs at The Cat and Mutton, 76 Broadway Market, London E8 4QJ
BALTIC 39, 31-39 High Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1EW
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House of Homeless exhibition marks the end of Ania Dabrowska’s Arlington residency showcasing new work: Arlington Portraits series, Lebanese Archive of Diab Alkarssifi research project, and selected work by residents of Arlington.
Exhibition: 13 & 14 July 2012, 11 am – 7 pm
PV: 12 July, 6-9 pm
with Arlington Artists open studios: Sophie Levi, Pam Walker, Mustafa Hulusi, Brian Baderman, Oliver Malin, Albert Potrony, Marco Cecere, Rosalind Hibbins, Pascal Harvey, Seokmee Noh
Monday, 18 June 2012
7 pm – 10.30 pm
Times Square NYC
Broadway between 43rd St and 44th St
Arlington Portraits series has been selected for Art Takes Times Square exhibition organised by Artists Wanted. Work by artists from around the world, that received the highest volume of public votes in an international competition, will be shown in brilliant lights on a massive scale billboards in one of the most iconic locations in the world. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this amazing achievement!
Arlington Portraits series has been created as part of Ania Dabrowska SPACE residency at Arlington, an iconic London hostel for homeless men and women, run by One Housing Group and re-developed based on a model of Common Ground project for the homeless in Times Square.
Curated by Marius Kwint and Lucy Shanahan
29 March – 17 June 2012
‘Brains’ asks not what our brains do for us, but what we have done to brains. Wellcome Collection’s major new exhibition featuring real brains, artworks, manuscripts, artefacts, videos and photography…including Ania Dabrowska’s works from The Brain Donors (photography), After I’m Gone (photography), and Memory Ends. (sound work, Ania Dabrowska & Gaetano Serra) - Mind Over Matter project.
Art and Social Change – Open Forum event at Roundhouse, London
Monday, 2nd April, 2012, 1 pm – 6 pm, Free
Ania Dabrowska will be speaking at the Circus Fest forum event, presenting her SPACE residency work with the Creative Space programme at Arlington. Speakers include PhotoVoice, Skateistan, LSE – Underground Sociabilities, Lake of Stars Festival, The Creative Space programme, and the Sapana Circus.
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Satellite Projects Exhibition,THE CUT: Jessie Brennan, Chris Dorley-Brown, Daniel Lehan, ARLINGTON PORTRAITS: Ania Dabrowska, AFTER LONDON: Juneau Projects, 21 July – 12 August 2011, PV: WED 20 July, 6 – 9 pm, SPACE, London
At The Edge Of Logic Exhibition, Artists: Abigail Reynolds, Ania Dabrowska, Benjamin Beker, Hannah Dakin, Peter Ainsworth, Rita Soromenho, Tess Hurrell, 30 June – 30 July 2011, Plataforma Gallery, Lisbon