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These days Goethe Institute Mongolia is celebrating 10th Anniversary of their establishment in Mongolia. With this regar...
11/12/2019

These days Goethe Institute Mongolia is celebrating 10th Anniversary of their establishment in Mongolia. With this regard, they made a list of 10 most important events, implemented during this period. And our project A Temporailty is there! I would like to congratulate Goethe Institute team and express my gratitude for the collaboration. I also would lkke to congratulate our artists and team.
Photos by Blgunee Hiroshii
Гёте Институт Монголд байгуулагдсаны 10 жилийн ойгоороо энэ хугацаанд болж өнгөрсөн олон олон үйл явдал дундаас 10 онцгойг нэрлэжээ. Түүнд нь манай A Temporality буюу Агшин Зуур төсөл орсон байна. Гётегийн хамт олонд баярын мэнд хүргэж талархал илэрхийлэхийн сацуу энэ төсөлд оролцсон бүх уран бүтээлчид болон багийхандаа баяр хүргье!

10 жил – 10 онцлох үйл явдал

Монгол дахь Гёте-Институтийн арван жилийн ой энэ онд тохиож байна. Энэхүү онцгой мөчийг тохиолдуулан бид соёл, боловсролын хүрээнд хэрэгжүүлж буй үйл ажиллагаанаас арвыг нь онцлон цувралаар хүргэж байна. Энэ долоо хоногт Герман-Монголын хамтарсан „aTemporality“ буюу “Агшин зуур” хэмээх авиан дүрслэлийн үзүүлбэрийг танилцуулъя. Герман уран бүтээлч Карстен Николай (Alva Noto) болон монгол хөөмийчдийн хамтарсан тус үзүүлбэрээр олон зуун жилийн түүхтэй монгол хөөмийг урлагийн бусад төрлүүдээр баяжуулсан юм. Үүний үр дүнд бий болсон тус дүрслэх урлаг-баримал болон үзүүлбэр хосолсон бүтээлд электрон дуу авиаг мөн ашиглажээ. Гёте-Институтийн олон улсын хамтарсан уран бүтээлийн сангаас дэмжлэг хүртсэн энэхүү уран бүтээлийг энэ онд Улаанбаатар хотод болон Венецийн Биенналийн үзэсгэлэнд оролцож буй Монгол Улсын павильонд тус тус толилуулсан билээ.

Олон улсын хамтарсан уран бүтээлийн сангийн тухай дэлгэрэнгүй мэдээллийг: www.goethe.de/ikf

#10жил10онцлохүйлявдал
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10 Jahre – 10 Höhepunkte

Das Goethe-Institut Mongolei feiert in diesem Jahr sein 10. Jubiläum. Aus diesem Anlass stellen wir euch in diesen Wochen 10 Höhepunkte unserer Kultur- und Bildungsarbeit vor. Weiter geht’s in dieser Woche mit der deutsch-mongolischen Koproduktion „aTemporality“: In der gemeinsamen Sound-Performance von Carsten Nicolai (aka Alva Noto) aus Deutschland und mongolischen Kehlkopfsängern wurden Jahrhunderte alte mongolische Gesangstraditionen multidisziplinär weiterentwickelt. Dazu wurden neben skulptural-bildnerischen und performativen Elementen auch elektronisch generierte Transformationen des Ausgangsmaterials verwendet. Die Ergebnisse der vom Internationalen Koproduktionsfonds des Goethe-Instituts geförderten Zusammenarbeit wurden in diesem Jahr in Ulan Bator und im Mongolischen Pavillon auf der Biennale in Venedig präsentiert.

Mehr Informationen zum Internationalen Koproduktionsfonds:
www.goethe.de/ikf

#10Jahre10Höhepunkte

07/12/2019
A TEMPORALITY, Mongolia Pavilion at 58th Venice Art Biennale 2019

Mongolia Pavilion - La Biennale di Venezia is successfully closed with over 80.000 visitors. We share here documentary on the exhibition. Венецийн биеннальд оролцсон монголын үзэсгэлэн амжилтаар дүүрэн хаалтаа хийлээ. Нийт 80.000 орчим хүн зочилжээ. Уран бүтээлчид, куратор болон Карстэн Николайтай хийсэн ярилцлага бүхий БАРИМТАТ КИНО хийснийг толилуулж байна.

Videos by Khoroldorj Choijoovaanchig, Namuun Batbileg, Blgunee Hiroshi, Geck Prodecer. Edited by Khoroldorj Choijoovanchig.

A unique cross-disciplinary project entitled A Temporality marks the third appearance of Mongolia at the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venez...

23/11/2019

Mongolia Pavilion is open till 18.00, 24 November.

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A TEMPORALITY, Mongolia Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia

Artworks of Jantankhorol Erdenebayar Jantsa E's

Born in artists’ family in 1992, Jantsa holds Bachelor degree from the Hunter College, New York and MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Greatly aware of his roots, Jantsa has been intrigued by Mongolian tales, riddles, and proverbs and the intellectual communicative mindsets that are constructed by his ancestors. He investigates transformations of socially constructed taboos, rituals, superstitions and habits and creates a dialogue between the past and present. By juxtaposing contemporary works with the spirit of the old Venetian house, the sculptural installations of Jantsa will offer viewers moments of fleeting forgetfulness and reminiscence, were artists can interact with the space and objects, and perform by emitting abstract sounds using traditional throat singing techniques and electronic music.

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Mongolia on the top of Elle Décor's "Biennale Best 10 Pavilions Not To Be Missed" list.

Elle Décor-оос нэрлэсэн Венецийн биенналийн үзэлгүй орхиж үл болох ШИЛДЭГ 10 ПАВИЛЬОНЫ ЖАГСААЛТЫГ МОНГОЛ ТЭРГҮҮЛЖ БАЙНА.

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Венецийн биеннальд оролцож буй 90 улсын үзэсгэлэнгээс заавал үзэх шилдэг 6 павильоны жагсаалтанд Монголын павильон 3-т бичигджээ. Мөн нийтлэлийн гарчиг Монголын үзэсгэлэнгээр эхэлсэн байна.

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Венецийн биеннальд таныг зогсоох 4 үзэсгэлэн - Монголын павильоныг 2-т бичжээ.

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Венецийн биеннальд оролцож буй Монгол улсын павильон дахин шилдэгийн тоонд жагсчээ. Нэрсийн дарааллаар 15 павильоныг жагсаасан байна.

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A Temporality Mongolia Pavilion at Venice Art Biennale 2019 video by Namuun

Mongolia Pavilion in Venice Art Biennale 2019, works of artist Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar and sound installation - performance of Mongolian throat singers and Alva Noto

2019 оны Венецийн биеннальд оролцож буй Монгол уран бүтээлч Э.Жанцанхоролын бүтээл болон орон зайнд байгаа дуу авиан дүрслэл.
Бичлэгийг Б.Намуун
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlKMDog6ouY

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Performance at Palazzo Grassi Alva Noto and Mongolian throat singers - part of the program of Mongolia Pavilion at Venice Art Biennale. May 10, 2019. Venice Italy.
Алва Ното болон монгол хөөмийчдийн тоглолт, үзэгчдийн зургаас.
Палазо Грасси. 2019.05.10. Италийн Венец хот.
Performance at Palazzo Grassi Alva Noto and Mongolian throat singers - part of the program of Mongolia Pavilion at Venice Art Biennale.
May 10, 2019. Venice Italy.

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TEMPORAILTY - Interactive sound performance at Palazzo Grassi (100% improvisation) - Alva Noto and Mongolian throat sing...
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Mongolia Pavilion in Venice Art Biennale 2019 Performance of Alva Noto and Mongolian Throat Singers

TEMPORAILTY - Interactive sound performance at Palazzo Grassi (100% improvisation) - Alva Noto and Mongolian throat singers Ashid Nergui, Khadkhuu Damdin , Altangerel Undarmaa, Davaasuren Damjin - Mongolia Pavilion Program at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia

АГШИН ЗУУР нэртэй энэхүү харилцан үйлдэлт авиан дүрслэлийн тоглолт нь Венецийн 58-р олон улсын биеннальд оролцож буй Монгол улсын павильоны хөтөлбөрийн нэг хэсэг болно. Тус арга хэмжээ Венецийн Палацо Грасси Театрт болсон ба Монгол хөөмэйч Н.Ашид, А.Ундармаа, Д.Дамдин, Д,Даваасүрэн нар Германы алдарт уран бүтээлч Алва Ното буюу Карстэн Николайн хамтран тоглосон юм. Дэлхийд аль хэдийн алдар нэр нь түгсэн уран бүтээлчид уригдан тоглодог учраас Палацо Грассиг дэлхийн тавцан хэмээн нэрлэдэг. 2019 оны 5-р сарын 10-ны оройн 9 цагт эхлэх тоглолтыг үзэхээр маш олон хүн цугларч 200 гаруй хүн орж чадалгүй гадаа нь цухалдан үлдсэн нь тус тоглолт хэрхэн олон нийтийн анхаарал татсаныг илтгэнэ. Үзэгчид дотор нэртэй урлаг судлаачид, кураторууд, уран бүтээлчид, түүнчлэн фейшн икон Michele Lamy, хөгжмийн зохиолч Christian Marclay (АНУ), Ryoji Ikeda (Япон) зэрэг алдар нэр нь дэлхийд түгсэн зочид олноор цугларсан байсныг дурьдах хэрэгтэй.

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Artificialis Венецийн биенналийн Жиардини, Арсеналь болон гадуур байршиж буй бүх үзэсгэлэнгээс 12-ыг онцлон бичсэний дотор Монголын павильон оржээ.

Тэрээр "Кастеллогийн нарийхан гудамжин дунд нуугдсан Монголын павильон дотор Э.Жанцанхоролын баримал, монгол хөөмийчид, зочин уран бүтээлч Карстен Николайн харилцан үйлдэлт дуу авиан дүрслэл бүхий урлагийн олон төрөл зүйлийг хамруулсан үзэсгэлэнг олж үзсэн маань сонирхолтой байлаа. Содон авиа болон улаан гэрэл дунд умбах баримлууд нууцлаг чанарыг агуулна" гэж бичжээ.

Hidden in the narrow streets of Castello, is the national participation of Mongolia. It is interesting to discover this cross-disciplinary project, which features the sculptural installations of Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar accompanied by an interactive sound performance by traditional Mongolian throat singers and guest artist Carsten Nicolai. Immersed in red light, together with the unusual sounds, the sculptures develops a mystical aspect.

https://www.artificialis.eu/?p=8030

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A TEMPORALITY

Mongolia Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia

A unique cross-disciplinary project entitled A Temporality marks the third appearance of Mongolia at the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, showcasing the sculptural installations of Los Angeles based artist Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar (Jantsa) and an interactive sound performance by Mongolian traditional throat singers, accompanied by renowned German artist Carsten Nicolai, aka Alva Noto. The exhibition is curated by Gantuya Badamgarav, Mongolian art patron, who commissioned and organized the first and second Mongolia participation at the Biennale Arte 2015 and Biennale Arte 2017.

Mongolian ancestors have tracing back over 3 millennia maintained a nomadic lifestyle where developments and the accrual of tangible creations, such as literature and art, were impeded due to the constant need for movement. Because of this limited context, oral traditions emerged and evolved as a principal means of expression and passed down through generations. With the progression of time, techniques of oral expressions acquired unique and complex forms, which are now registered as intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO.

Originally, Mongolians practiced throat singing as a means of communicating with their inner selves, surroundings and animals. Sounds differed depending on the environment and evolved minds, bodies and spirits of the people emitting them. Nowadays, an interaction between human-beings and nature is severely attenuated. Instead, man-made environments have been superimposed over centuries of natural relationships, resulting in concrete blocks, glass, panels, and asphalts, becoming the focal points of interaction. Bearing in mind this alteration and the earlier works of the artist Jantsa, which have focused on the transformations and adjustments of living and non-living things, the curator Gantuya commissioned an artist to create sculptural installations to complement the brick-walled, interconnected cramped rooms of the old Venetian house. In addition, she invited renowned German artist Carsten Nicolai aka Alva Noto to join the project and perform together with Mongolian throat singers to transform and translate the ancient mediums of oral expressions into a contemporary art form by interacting with the space created by Jantsa.

Born into a family of artists, Jantsa holds bachelor’s degree from Hunter College, New York and is currently completing the MFA Program at the University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Greatly aware of his roots, Jantsa has always been intrigued by Mongolian tales, riddles, and proverbs and the intellectual communicative mindsets that have been constructed by his predecessors. He investigates the transformations of socially constructed taboos, rituals, superstitions and habits, and creates dialogue between the past and present. By juxtaposing contemporary works with the spirit of the old Venetian house, the sculptural installations of Jantsa will offer viewers moments of fleeting forgetfulness and reminiscence, where sound artists can interact with the space and objects, and perform by emitting abstract sounds using traditional throat singing techniques and electronic music. The sounds will be installed in the exhibition space throughout the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia period.

A Temporality aims to impose an ephemerality of moments within our perceptions. A paradoxical mixture of forms, materials and sounds mean to question socially constructed mindsets, and investigate different forms of resistance.

Exhibitors: Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar, with the participation of Mongolian throat singers N.Ash*t, Kh.Damdin, A.Undarmaa, D.Davaasuren and guest artist Carsten Nicolai, aka Alva Noto

Commissioner: The Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Sports of Mongolia

Curator: Gantuya Badamgarav and Co-curator: Carsten Nicolai aka Alva Noto

Organizers: Mongolian Contemporary Art Support Association in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Mongolia

Supporters: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Coproduction Fund of the Goethe-Institut, MIAT Mongolian Airlines, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, ifa - Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Art Space 976 Ulaanbaatar, Alaqai LLC, Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/ Berlin, Pace Gallery.
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Pre-opening preview: 10.00-18.00, May 8-10, 2019
Official opening: 17.00-18.00, May 8, 2019
Performances: Interactive sound performance by Mongolian throat singers, accompanied by guest artist Carsten Nicolai aka Alva Noto – at 18.00 on Wednesday, May 8 and Thursday, May 9 at Mongolia Pavilion and at 21.00 on Friday, May 10 at Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi, San Marco 3260 (door will be open from 20.30).
Opening timetable: 10 am to 6 pm, from May 11 to November 24 2019 (closed on Mondays, except May 13th, September 2nd and November 18th 2019)

Address: Mongolia Pavilion, Bruchium Fermentum, Calle del Forno, Castello 2093-2090 (150 meters from main entrance of the Arsenale, in direction to Campiello Tana and Fondamenta della Tana)

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A TEMPORALITY

A unique cross-disciplinary project entitled A Temporality marks the third appearance of Mongolia at the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, showcasing the sculptural installations of Los Angeles based artist Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar (Jantsa) and an interactive sound performance by Mongolian traditional throat singers, accompanied by renowned German artist Carsten Nicolai, aka Alva Noto. The exhibition is curated by Gantuya Badamgarav, Mongolian art patron, who commissioned and organized the first and second Mongolia participations at the Biennale Arte 2015 and Biennale Arte 2017.

Mongolian ancestors have tracing back over 3 millennia maintained a nomadic lifestyle where developments and the accrual of tangible creations, such as literature and art, were impeded due to the constant need for movement. Because of this limited context, oral traditions emerged and evolved as a principal means of expression and passed down through generations. With the progression of time, techniques of oral expressions acquired unique and complex forms, which are now registered as intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO.

Originally, Mongolians practiced throat singing as a means of communicating with their inner selves, surroundings and animals. Sounds differed depending on the environment and evolved minds, bodies and spirits of the people emitting them. Nowadays, an interaction between human- beings and nature is severely attenuated. Instead, man-made environments have been superimposed over centuries of natural relationships, resulting in concrete blocks, glass, panels, and asphalts, becoming the focal points of interaction. Bearing in mind this alteration and the earlier works of the artist Jansta, which have focused on the transformations and adjustments of living and non-living things, the curator Gantuya commissioned an artist to create sculptural installations to complement the brick-walled, interconnected cramped rooms of the old Venetian house. In addition, she invited renowned German artist Carsten Nicolai aka Alva Noto to join the project and perform together with Mongolian throat singers to transform and translate the ancient mediums of oral expressions into a contemporary art form by interacting with the space created by Jantsa.

Born into a family of artists, Jantsa holds bachelor’s degree from Hunter College, New York and is currently completing the MFA Program at the University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Greatly aware of his roots, Jantsa has always been intrigued by Mongolian tales, riddles, and proverbs and the intellectual communicative mindsets that have been constructed by his predecessors. He investigates the transformations of socially constructed taboos, rituals, superstitions and habits, and creates dialogue between the past and present. By juxtaposing contemporary works with the spirit of the old Venetian house, the sculptural installations of Jantsa will offer viewers moments of fleeting forgetfulness and reminiscence, where artists can interact with the space and objects, and perform by emitting abstract sounds using traditional throat singing techniques and electronic music. The sounds will be installed in the exhibition space throughout the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia period.

A Temporality aims to impose an ephemerality of moments within our perceptions. A paradoxical mixture of forms, materials and sounds mean to question socially constructed mindsets, and investigate different forms of resistance.

Exhibitors: Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar, with the participation of Mongolian throat singers N.Ash*t, Kh.Damdin, A.Undarmaa, D.Davaasuren and guest artist Carsten Nicolai, aka Alva Noto

Commissioner: The Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Mongolia Curator: Gantuya Badamgarav and Co-curator: Carsten Nicolai aka Alva Noto

Organizers: Mongolian Contemporary Art Support Association in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Mongolia

Supporters: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Coproduction Fund of the Goethe- Institut, MIAT Mongolian Airlines, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, ifa - Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Art Space 976 Ulaanbaatar, Alaqai LLC, Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/ Berlin, Pace Gallery.

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