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Czekoladowa głowa. Towar kolekcjonerski.  Djonga Bismar. Renzo Martens Selected Works
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Czekoladowa głowa. Towar kolekcjonerski. Djonga Bismar. Renzo Martens Selected Works

  • Self Portrait by Djonga Bismar. Renzo Martens Selected Works
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As Congolese plantation workers cannot live off plantation labour, they will now try to live off their artistic engagement with plantation labour. About Djonga Bismar: Bismar sees working with the Cercle d’Art as a chance to learn something that might make his life easier. If he had to stop now, he says, he would feel like he hadn’t achieved anything. Bismar created the statue The Spirit of Palm Oil (2014) and collaborated on The Art Collector (2014). His works reflect joy as well as sorrow. Renzo Martens, born in the Netherlands in 1973, studied Political Sciences in Nijmegen and Visual Arts in Ghent and Amsterdam. In his conceptual documentary films "Episode I" (2003) and "Episode III: Enjoy Poverty" (2008) Martens used his position as an artist to highlight the exploitation of underpriviledged people by media industries and cultural producers, including Martens himself. In 2010 Martens founded the Institute for Human Activities (IHA). It aims to create gentrification effects in the Congolese rain forest through the establishment of an international art centre there. IHA collaborates with local plantation workers and seeks to acknowledge the economic mechanisms through which art has the greatest impact on social reality, investigating possibilities of local improvement. Since 2013 Renzo Martens in a Yale World Fellow. He participated in numerous international exhibitions, including the 19th Biennale of Sydney in 2014, the Moscow Biennale 2013, and the 6th and 7th Berlin Biennial in 2010 and 2012. He lives and works in Amsterdam, Brussels and Kinshasa. - See more at: http://www.kow-berlin.info/artists/renzo_martens#sthash.or7vLHkG.dpuf
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Djonga Bismar
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INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN ACTIVITIES
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