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Galerie Tanit's latest exhibition is a joint pop-up show.The eight-day showcase aims to create a dialogue between the two projects, both of which explore the theme of peaceful protest through art."Blow Against the Walls" is an ongoing interactive performance project that Italian duo Nadia Antonello and Paolo Ghezzi created in Bologna in 2009 . The project invites members of the public to blow colorful, paint-laden soap bubbles against walls or canvases with barriers drawn on them. Antonello and Ghezzi hope to approach the topic in a fun way, without detracting from its seriousness.Like the work of Gilbert Hage, it's another way to protest against things we don't like".Taken from his 2011 series, Hage's nine close-up photos of tongues have been hung opposite the performance, allowing the participants to contrast the two works.
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