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http://unikeld.nu/?ioweo=simulatore-on-line-opzioni-binarie&249=d8 Two screens leaned towards each-other feature videos of two girls speaking in an installation by Estonian artist Tanja Muravskaja. From the first seconds of watching it becomes apparent that the speeches are polarizing, each an expression of a personal experience and understanding of the war in Ukraine.
enter The two girls are cousins – one living in Kiev, Ukraine and the other in Belgorod, Russia, 40 km from the Ukrainian border. Their stories are framed in a one-way conversation, not to each-other but to the viewer, who gets caught in between two opposite views. Which one holds the truth? Or, better said, more truth?
https://www.cedarforestloghomes.com/enupikos/10881 Still from Three Sisters, 2015, video installation by Tanja Muravskaja
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http://agauchepourdevrai.fr/?fuier=site-de-rencontre-asian-dating&ad7=85 Even though they are firm believers in the political system they are (or strive to be) part of, both girls acknowledge the tragedy that in the large scale of things we often forget to remember: political conflicts impact individual lives, disrupt families, foster hurtful judgement and sometimes place the belief in the system over the belief in humanity.
enter The name of the installation, Three Sisters, stands for the enduring family bond between the cousins and a “third sister”: the artist herself as a mediator and facilitator who advocates for peace and understanding each-others’ differences through open communication.
http://tennisclubpaimpol.fr/bisese/3934 Three Sisters is on view through 20th of March 2016 as part of Demonstrating Minds – Disagreements in Contemporary Art exhibition at Kiasma, Helsinki.
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