Survival Kit3


Survival Kit is an international contemporary art festival that was born in 2009 as a reaction to the changes the economic crisis had brought to Latvia. The festival is organised by the Centre for Contemporary Art as an annual call for artists and spectators to observe, comment and act, focusing their attention on a different subject every year.

In September 2011 The Showroom presented three Communal Knowledge projects at Survival Kit by artists Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Larry Ahciampong and Emma Smith

These projects have been carried out within the framework of Survival Kit. Art linking society, knowledge and activism with the support of the Culture 2007–2013 programme of the European Union.


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