LanaLive - LanaLive - Ritual Rhythms: Modern Practices, Ancient Echoes

Featuring works by Vinzenz Aubry, Valentina Cavion, Tatiana Pakhmutova and Mike Rijnierse, the exhibition delves into the changing landscape of ritual practices in an era of technological and social transformation. Against the backdrop of LanaLive's exploration of rituals and their meaning in contemporary society, the exhibition, curated by Annika Terwey, offers a journey through different artistic interpretations of ritual experiences.

The exhibition takes place in the historic setting of St. Hippolyt in Naraun, which was already frequented by people in the Neolithic Age and is one of the oldest settlement sites in South Tyrol. The place is still an important venue for various rituals and traditional customs. The church, situated on a hill and with a panoramic view from the peaks of the Texel Group to the Tisner Mittelgebirge, offers the perfect setting for exploring rituals in a rapidly changing world.

With opening lecture by archaeologist Hubert Steiner.

Opening: 24 May 2024 6.30 pm
Exhibition: 25 May 2024 - 02 June 2024
Daily 2.00 - 5.00 pm
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