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Yannis Ziogas

Yannis Ziogas

Yannis Ziogas was born in Thessaloniki (Greece, 1962). His main visual practices are painting, installation work and walking. He is Dean and Associate Professor at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, School of Visual Arts, University of Western Macedo...

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    Online meetup with Ioannis Ziogas: “A Topos of Return: Prespa”

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    · 2020-07-21 18:00
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    Walking Bodies / Walking Art – Walking Practices : the book of Prespa 2019

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    Walking beyond borders – walking arts before and after the pandemic. Between Prespes 2019 and 2021.

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    · 2020-09-20 18:00
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    Walking as a Question

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    · 04 - 17 Jul, 2021
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Walking Event
Walking as a Question – pre-premiere of Prespa’s “is Walking art?”

2021-05-28 18:00

Online

Pre-premiere of documentary "Is Walking Art" - Premiere of the publication Prespa 2019 and meet up Walking Arts Encounters/Conference Prespa 2019 & 2021

walk · listen · café
Online meetup with Ioannis Ziogas: “A Topos of Return: Prespa”

2020-07-21 18:00

A ‘topos (locus) of Return’ is a place that becomes persistent in one’s memory and body. How is the need for return connected to walking? How is the walking body transformed by return?

walk · listen · café
After walking; about the various ways to document creative walking

2021-04-06 18:00

Online

An impressive range of speakers take on the question of whether Walking Art should be documented, and, if so, how?

Media
New
THE RITE OF SPRING
Post
Walking Bodies / Walking Art – Walking Practices : the book of Prespa 2019

12 May, 2021

The book with all actions and papers of the Walking Arts Encounters/Conference (WAC) 2019 is now available in a printed and a digital format. The publication is in full color, with hundreds of photographs, hundreds of written contributions from all over the world, and 567 pages.

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New
Summerhill
Walking Event SWS20
Walking beyond borders – walking arts before and after the pandemic. Between Prespes 2019 and 2021.

2020-09-20 18:00

Online

Walking Event
Walking as a Question

04 - 17 Jul, 2021

Prespa National Park, Prespes, Greece

International Walking Arts Encounters/Conference. Thirty local walks and walkshops, twenty hybrid walkshops and fifteen audio walks (in Prespa and remote), twenty online events (walkshops, talks and panels) take place together with a three day conference at the Prespa Lake at the border of Greece, North Macedonia and Albania. The walks in Prespa intersect with walks of ten hubs in three continents, bringing walking together to a global level. All events are for free and open for everyone.

walk · listen · café
Walking arts and walking stories

2021-07-15 18:00

Online

In East and West, for centuries, painters, poets, dancers were walking in the landscape (natural and urban) and finding sources of reference or inspiration. Walking stories are carried in memory and remain existing for as long as there is a body to carry them. Walking is not characterized by one solid approach; it can be drifting, wandering, strolling, aimless, or purposeful. Each one of these practices suggests a body that remembers and they are introducing different approaches of storytelling.

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