in the heart
of the heart
of another
country

  • Video
  • Cinema
  • Documentary
  • Exhibition
  • Artist talks
  • Round tables
  • Future Suspended | Ross Domoney | 2014

  • The Immortal Sergeant | Ziad Kalthoum | 2013

  • Re-Conceptua lisations of Public Spaces | Io Chaviara | Khaled Malas | Abir Saksouk | Ghassan Maasri

  • Artists in Times of Conflict | Aris Chatzistefanou | Fani Bitou | Elpida Rikou and Eleana Yalouri | Ziad Kalthoum

  • Approaches on Displacement | Efi Latsoudi | Gabriele Del Grande | Hashem Adnan | Sofia Grigoriadou | Emmanuel Haddad | Tracing Movements

  • This Is Not a Coup | Aris Chatzistefanou | 2016

  • Athens: Social Meltdown | Ross Domoney | 2012

  • Split Normality | Yiannis Biliris | 2012

  • Patras – Dead End | Tracing Movements | Laura Maragoudaki | Sylvie Plannel | Matthieu Quillet | 2015

  • Emerging Solidarities | Tracing Movements | Laura Maragoudaki | Sylvie Plannel | Matthieu Quillet | 2015

  • Greedy Profit | Yiannis Karypidis | 2013

  • Aging on Sea Waves (Bâtir sur des vagues) | Maher Abi Samra, Jérôme Allamargot and Aldo Pancari, with the participation of Joumana Baalbaki | 1995

  • Offside | Marwan Hamdan | 2015

  • Being Good so Far (Part 2) | Orwa al-Mokdad | 2014

  • Now: End of the Season | Ayman Nahle | 2015

  • The Dupes | Tawfiq Saleh | 1972

  • On the Bride’s Side (Io Sto con la Sposa) | Antonio Augugliaro | Gabriele Del Grande | Khaled Soliman al-Nassiry | 2014

  • Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait | Ossama Mohammed | Wi'am Simav Bedirxan | 2014

  • Dewdrops | Reem al-Ghazzi | 2013

  • Return to Homs | Talal Derki | 2014

  • The Sun’s Incubator | Ammar al-Beik | 2011

  • 128 Days at the Roadblocks | Konstantinos Katrios | Afrodite Bampasi | Epameinondas Skarpelis | 2013

  • Children of the riots | Christos Georgiou | 2011

In the heart of the heart of another country* is a collaborative project between contemporary art and sociο-political issues.

The project aims to open up multiple discussions about the situation in Syria and the political and socio-economic crisis in both Greece and Lebanon. As well to prompt interactions between the ways people resist in each region. Moreover, a significant factor is the presence of displaced people, the so-called migrants or refugees, and their cultural influence on artistic and activist practices in these three countries.

Artists, activists and researchers from Greece, Lebanon and Syria or based in these countries will share and exchange thoughts, methods and skills to analyze, intervene and create new perspectives within the radical current socio-political transformations the three countries are experiencing.