Vladimir Turner work combines art in public space and activism. In tribute to P.J Proudhon, “anarchy father” born in Besançon, he climbed up the statue erected in his memory rue du Général Sarrail, to offer him a pendant made of a big gold chain and a block of stone. Through this intervention and 50 years after 1968, Vladimir proposed a critic of revolt and politic art merchandising Before the installation, he invited 8th edition’s artists to pose with the pensant as they want.
Bien Urbain 8
1 month: From 8th june to 8th july 2018
Site: Chez Hôp Hop Hop
Associate artist: Brad Downey (US)
16 guest artists : Christian Eisenberger (AUT), Julien Fargetton (FR), John Fekner (US), Somaticae (FR), Olivier Grossetête (FR), Deana Kolenčiková (CZ), Cie La Méandre (FR), Jérôme Fino (FR), Igor Ponosov (RU), Yevgen Samborsky (UKR), Santiago Sierra (MX), Helmut Smits (NL), Brad Troemel (US), Vladimir Turner (CZ), Jazoo Yang (KOR), Brad Downey (US)
Born in 1986, Vladimir Turner is a Czech artist and filmmaker. He lives and works in Prague. Her work combines cinematic documentary linked to political activism, artistic interventions in public space – including performance, installations, etc. – as well as video works. Without making distinctions between documentary, art in public space and activism, Turner considers all of his work as a unit which he describes as active civic life.
Photos : Élisa Murcia-Artengo
Video : Antoine Bonzon