01 Feb 2021 - 31 Jul 2022
Human Times aims to present new understandings about the relationships between human nature and modern European history through the lens of art
Our multidisciplinary project focuses on new researches and understandings about the relationships between aspects of human nature that resulted in the rise of totalitarianism, the ways that individuals preserved their human dignity and the influence of this period on contemporary European society. Co-funded by the Europe for Citizens programme.
Using creative actions and documentary approach, the project aims to commemorate the victims of totalitarian regimes and to open up discussion about what happens when intolerance takes over, and most of all, honor the strength of nations to get through the repressions and build a democratic and peaceful Europe, what we know it today.
In line with the Europe for Citizens programme’s priorities the projects aims to contribute to citizens' understanding of the Union, its history and diversity and to raise awareness of remembrance, common history and values and the Union's aim that is to promote peace, its values and the well-being of its peoples by stimulating debate, reflection and development of networks. Main fields concerned:
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The idea behind the project logo is related to the totalitarian times and the willpower of the people to reject these regimes. The symbol intentionally reminds of the swastika and represents a human running away.Explore Visual Identity
Our visual communication builds upon a symbolical representation through geometric forms of common terms and concepts related to the human behaviour, relationships, philosophy and political systems.
Many research findings, insights, exhibitions, art events and open discussions lie ahead.
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