Aimee Zito Lema showed that Argentina is not only steak and tango, but also literature and film. Kyoko Inatome and Emiko Chujo introduced the culture of making Japanese mochi in the Netherlands. Zhana Ivanova made a remake of a Bulgarian comedy film from the 70s, with Mediamatic visitors as actors.
Gil&Moti had conversations with Arabic waiters in a kibbutz kitchen. Brian McKenna searched for fellow Canadians in Amsterdam using a microphone and a radio transmitter. Sara Rajaei demonstrated the difference between Iranians and Arabs. And Irina Birger and Katja Sokolova taught Dutch men how to date the Russian way. They were also the curators of this exhibition.
|week 5:||30.01 - 03.02||Irina Birger (Russia, 1972) and Katja Sokolova (Russia, 1977)|
|week 6:||06.02 - 10.02||Aimee Zito Lema (Argentina, 1982)|
|week 7:||13.02 - 17.02||Kyoko Inatome (Japan, 1973) and Emiko Chujo (Japan, 1973)|
|week 8:||20.02 - 24.02||Zhana Ivanova (Bulgaria, 1977)|
|week 9:||27.02 - 02.03||Gil & Moti (Israel 1968 and 1971)|
|week 10:||05.03 - 09.03||Brian McKenna (Canada, 1975)|
|week 11:||12.03 - 16.03||Sara Rajaei (Iran, 1976)|