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Marc Bijl, RESIST, 2002
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Tino Seghal, Instead of allowing some thing to rise up to your face dancing bruce and dan and other things, 2000
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Haegue Yang, Between Reason and critique, 2002
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Edin Vejselovic Edo, get free / befreie Dich
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Antal Lakner, The Icelandic Army, 2002

Manifesta 4

Manifesta 4 Frankfurt/Main
Germany25 May – 25 August 2002

Read M4 catalogue online here.
Read the M4 guidebook here.

Manifesta 4 took place in more than 15 venues and urban sites in the city of Frankfurt/Main and more than a dozen theoreticians played a  major role in site-related workshops, discussions and programmes. The three female curators created an extensive digital and physical  Manifesta archive that resulted from their extensive travel, a library called ‘Trespassing Space’ and a Manifesta online project called e- manifesta.org. On this occasion, Manifesta 4 incorporated the support of more than 16 sponsors and non-profit organisations, as well as the  direct support through artist’s projects by more than 40 national arts organisations.

Curators

Iara Boubnova (Sofia), Nuria Enguita Mayo (Barcelona), Stephanie Moisdon – Trembley (Paris)

Artists

Artists Manifesta 4 • 0100101110101101.org  • Halil Altindere (Turkey) • Daniel García Andújar (Spain) • Apsolutno (Yugoslavia) • Ibon Aranberri  (Spain) • Olivier Bardin  (France) • Yael Bartana (Israel) • Massimo Bartolini (Italy) •Marc Bijl (Netherlands) • Pierre Bismuth (France) • Bleda y Rosa  (Spain) • Elisabetta Benassi (Italy)• BLESS • Lionel Bovier  • Luchezar Boyadjiev (Bulgaria) • Fernando Bryce  (Peru) • Gerard Byrne (Ireland) • Roberto Cuoghi  (Italy) • Jonas Dahlberg  (Sweden) • Kathy Deepwell  • Dagmar Demming  • Branislav Dimitrijevic • Esra Ersen • Jon Mikel Euba  (Spain) • Jeanne Faust  (Germany) • João Fernandes • Zlatan Filipovic (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina) • Finger (Berlin) • Christoph Fink  (Belgium) • Nina Fischer  & Maroan El Sani  (Germany/Germany) • Dirk Fleischmann (Germany) •Andreas Fogarasi (Austria) • Luke Fowler (Great Britain) • Andrea Geyer  (Germany) • Alonso Gil • Gudmundsdottir (Iceland) • Alban Hajdinaj  (Albania) • Lise Harlev (Denmark) • Institut für Kulturanthropologie und Europäische Ethnologie (Germany) • Jens Hoffmann (in collaboration with Natascha Sadr Haghighian & Tino Sehgal • Takehito Koganezawa (Japan) • Erden Kosova  • Andreja Kuluncic (Yugoslavia) • Antal Lakner  (Hungary) • Franck Larcade  • Anton Litvin  (Russia) • Gintaras Makarevicius • Ján Mancuska  (Slovakia) • Mathieu Mercier (France) • Suzana Milevska • Gianni Motti  (Italy) • Ivan Moudov • Oliver Musovik  (Macedonia) • Nina Fischer  & Maroan el Sani  (Germany/Germany) • Olivier Nottellet • OHIO Photomagazine • Maria Papadimitriou (Greece) • Florian Pumhösl (Austria) • Tobias Putrih  (Slovenia) • Radek Group • Sal Randolph (USA) • Revolver Archiv für aktuelle Kunst (Germany) • Gianni Romano • ROR Revolutions on Request (Finland) • rraum-rraum02-ideoblast  (Germany) • Pia Rönicke (Denmark) Natascha Sadr Haghighian • Hedwig Saxenhuber • Hans Schabus  (Austria) • Tino Seghal • Kalin Serapionov (Bulgaria) • Bruno Serralongue (France) • Erzen Shkololli • Sancho Silva  (Portugal) • Monika Sosnowska (Poland) • Laura Stasíulytë (Lithuania) • Mika Taanila (Finland) • The Construction & Deconstruction Institute  (Netherlands) • Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas (Lithuania) • Jasper van den Brink (The Netherlands) • Edin Vejselovic Edo (Macedonia) •wemgehoertdiestadt  • Måns Wrange (Sweden) • Haegue Yang (Korea)• Jun Yang (China) • Zapp (The Netherlands) • Artur Zmijewski

Manifesta 4 website

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