What will today look like in 100 years? What would we remember from the year 2018 if we could take a time travel to 2118 and look back? What will become the cultural heritage adopted by future generations? In the poster exhibition The Future Heritage of Today, 10 European artists present creative reflections on these questions. The opening of the exhibition will take place on November 22, 17.30 at Galerija Centrs (main street). The exhibition will be on display until December 5.
The participating artists are: Rudens Stencil (Latvia), Peter Fuchs (Austria), Mormor (Denmark), Anna Haifisch (Germany), Iona Sjöfn (Iceland), Evelina Germanovic, Dovile Kacerauskaite, Toma Kanyte & Simas Kisielius (Lithuania), Dawid Ryski (Poland), Juraj Blaško & Peter Nosál (Slovakia), Molly Fairhurst (United Kingdom) and César Henry (France).
2018 is the year of Latvian as well as other European centenaries. It is also The European Year of Cultural Heritage which celebrates everything we share and what makes us different in the common European space. The slogan for the year is: Our heritage: where the past meets the future. Indeed, it is an occasion to contemplate the past and evaluate the achievements and challenges of the past 100 years. But it is also a great opportunity to look at the present and at ourselves today from new perspectives.
The Future Heritage of Today is produced by EUNIC Latvia – a network of European Union National Institutes for Culture. The 10 national posters are created with the support from Institut Francais, Goethe-Institut Riga, Danish Cultural Institute in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, British Council, Latvian Institute, Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Latvia, Lithuanian Culture Institute, Embassy of Poland in Riga, Embassy of Austria in Riga and Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Riga. The exhibition is implemented in collaboration with Latvian art centre SERDE and realized with the support of the European Commission Representation in Latvia.