Ruti Sela

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8 February - 29 March 2015

Opening: Sunday 8 February, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. with an address by Joshua Simon, director of Museums of Bat Yam

*The exhibition can be visited from February 7

By means of video documentation and through intense personal involvement in various real-life situations, Ruti Sela investigates issues with authority, sexuality and nationality in front of and through the possession of a handheld video camera. With this strategy, she explores the complexities of power in human relations. In her work the camera is both a recording device to document these relations as well as a commanding instrument that mediates individual struggles for recognition and domination. The exhibition, the first retrospective of Sela’s work, is produced in collaboration with Museums of Bat Yam (MoBY) in Israel. The Exterritory Project will be discussed in an annex to the exhibition. This ongoing project was initiated by Sela in collaboration with Maayan Amir in the form of an alternative platform for artistic exchange outside the confines of nation-states. The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam will host a symposium on extraterritoriality on 15 March 2015.


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The Exterritory Project Symposium
in the future - 15/03/2015

Date: March 15, 2:00 – 5:30 pm
Location: Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum
Language: English
Entrance: Entrance fee to the museum + € 2,50
Reservation: via reservations@stedelijk.nl

The Stedelijk Museum is proud to present The Exterritory Project Symposium in close collaboration with SMBA. The symposium brings together artists, scholars, and curators who will explore the idea of extraterritoriality: a conceptual space beyond the borders of nation-states and their laws and beyond the modern geographical divisions of the world. It is a continuation of the Exterritory Project, initiated by artist duo Ruti Sela & Maayan Amir.
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