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Art on Public Screens Exhibition 1, Stavanger

i/o/Lab Stavanger presents the exhibition “Dancing Hands curated by Mirjem Struppek presented on 7 urban screens in Stavanger’s public and semi public spaces. “Hands are our most precious human tools, reaching out with our sensual desire to touch and create. Their delicate fingers can move gracefully like dancers so their movements can tell us vivid stories about their doings. As means of expression hands enable us to communicate without voice in our sound overloaded modern cities. Urban Screens are a medium that often has to work without sound. In this selection of short films hands are silently speaking to us, becoming dancing symbols for a dream of actively creating, liberating and helping hands. The artists are telling us stories surrounding the image of this powerful tool…”

For more information contact: Mirjam Struppek – struppek (at) interactionfield.de

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