Yael Bartana's works are featured in the group exhibition The Invented History. The exhibition examines the need to critically question historical narratives. History is no longer viewed as a mere collection of data and facts, as a linear sequence of clearly defined events. Instead, there is a growing awareness that historiography must always also be interpreted under the political auspices of its “authors”. The artists in the exhibition track down previously concealed or suppressed historical phenomena, view history through the filter of their own biography, and thus work on a critical historiography in contrast to existing systems of rule.
For more information click hereSeptember 13, 2020 - February 21, 2021