JEANSKAMEL is a gallery – and more. The gallery displays fresh products made from old jeans: bags, baskets, covers and paintings. All products are made in collaboration with refugees in Salzburg. What is the – and more part? JEANSKAMEL as a micro-café is offering a cup of coffee, a brownie or a hoummous dish. Here you can use our job exchange for refugees. At the JEANSKAMEL you can attend Oral History nights, nano concerts, theaters and performances.
Come and become a part of JEANSKAMEL!
Müllner Hauptstr. 12 5020 Salzburg Austria
April 11, 2015 at 11h in front of St. Elisabeth church, Salzburg.
Dorfofen / Mashrou Forn is an installation in public space and a social sculpture.
For the inauguration we gather in the garden in front of the church and bake body parts and eat them up together. Coming from the traditional art of baking when neighbors shared an oven and were baking bread every morning and making sweet bakery every now and then.
From then on this wood-heated oven is be available all year to bring your dough, bake bread, pizza and meet with friends and strangers in open sky.
Come with your dough!
If you want to bake, please call office of St. Elisabeth:
T: 0662-450017 (Fax DW-17)
Exhibition in Vilnius on February 4, 2015
“WHERE WOULD YOU FLY IF YOU HAD A FLYING CARPET?”
64 min, 2006 and ongoing
About 120 contributions from Palestinians from all walks of life, living around Ramallah. A video inquiry after the Wall of 9 m height was built.
Message from the gallery:
“hi, Your show will be in Malonioji 6 at 2015 02 04. 19h
We will cover all space in green canvas.
December 12, 2014
What are we supposed to do?
Artist and human beings confronted with the question of responsibility and involvement in political matters. Everybody can come and take part.
A well mixed and matching group showed up and discussed how we can find creative solutions for political situations which we want to make visible and/or change.
We cannot let the politicians shape the world, as we can see. Art has the power to take over. Also, all other professions are asked to bring in more responsibility.
Art can move forward, it has to free itself from the strings of the stock market. The unholy bond of art and assets is never enough questioned and disentangled. For the last centuries art was feeding the institutions leaving the artist unpaid. Artists from now on choose their own partners. By the means of art we can free ourselves. This is the new purpose of art.
Most curators still put their shows in national boxes, label the artist by their nationality or eye color. This is wrong.
Art is beyond nations. Art without borders. Artists without borders. We play with stereotypes but we don´t serve them.
Art expressing any purpose can still be beautiful, but doesn´t have to be.
Ronnie Barkan and Nabila Irshaid are offering an OPEN DIALOGUE about their work towards change in the region Palestine/Israel
June 6, 2014 1 p.m. University of Salzburg, HS 381 Austria
Ronnie Barkan is Human Rights Activist, conscientious objector and co-founder of Boycott from Within Israel, he will explain the strategy of the BDS Movement in Israel, specially the Boycott From Within.
Nabila Irshaid is Social Artist and initiator of Summeracademy Ramallah, she will show videos and describe the power of creativity and humor in political causes.
You are warmly welcome to join our talk!