2015 NOMADIC ART CAMP

2015 NOMADIC ART CAMP

Starting in 2011, the Nomadic Art Camp was held regularly every year. It serves as a platform for creative interaction and artistic expression and enhances comprehension of the cultural diversity as part of human and national identity in Central Asia. The Nomadic Art Camp strives for the further development of contemporary art in Kyrgyzstan and an expansion of the international art dialogue network. It reflects Nomadic culture as a rich source in searching for new spiritual and aesthetic concepts and uses the strong methods of contemporary art for confronting and questioning the modern world. The young artists and students from Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, France, Switzerland and Germany participated in a Nomadic Art Camp near Lake Issyk-Kul from 3 till 10 August, 2015 were encouraged to share various aspects of ecological memory and cultural heritage. The exploration promoted mutual interactions inspired by the natural environment, resulting in creative concepts of the artists who represent different cultural origins and work in various contemporary art forms.

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