Attention / Geneva, 2009
Parasite Architecture, 2500 Meters of Caution Tape, near the statue commemorating The assassination of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Geneva, Switzerland
Organized by Forde Independent art space
Curated by Madeleine Amsler & Véronique Yersin
Organisé par "Forde" Espace d’art contemporain, fondée à Genève, Suisse
Commissaire d'exposition Madeleine Amsler et Véronique Yersin.
Performance aux abords de la statue commémorant, l'assasinat de Sissi, l'impératrice d'Autriche, Genève, Suisse
Since 2001, Shahram Entekhabi has used cordon tape to create new, temporary territories in public space. He has used his performances to question our view of this kind of tape and pointed out how physical spaces are segregated and how certain groups of the population are prevented from going where they please. Throughout the years, he has conducted these performances, also known as "No Exits", "Cautions", "Attention", "Hazard"..., many different places around the world.
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Shahram Entekhabi is an German-Iranian- artist, curator & architect, currently living & working across Tehran, Iran - Berlin, Germany and Europe.