(Donna Conlon) Leaf cutter ants live in the habit of transporting leaves to their nest, to feed their colony and assure its survival. In this video work we get a close-up look at an ant colony carrying political and institutional symbols like those seen in flag parades. The friction between the selforganised ant colony, based on evolutional strategies rather than on law and order, and the political symbols they carry through the woods, brings up ambivalent questions on the issue of power and survival principles.


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Admission: € 8.00 / 6.00

Program information

Location: Las Palmas/LPII

Times: Wed11 Apr12:00–21:00
Thu12 Apr12:00–21:00
Fri13 Apr12:00–21:00
Sat14 Apr12:00–21:00
Sun15 Apr12:00–21:00
Mon16 Aprclosed
Tue17 Apr12:00–19:00
Wed18 Aprclosed
Thu19 Apr12:00–19:00
Fri20 Apr12:00–19:00
Sat21 Apr12:00–19:00
Sun22 Apr12:00–19:00
Mon23 Aprclosed
Tue24 Apr12:00–19:00
Wed25 Apr12:00–19:00
Thu26 Apr12:00–19:00
Fri27 Apr12:00–19:00
Sat28 Apr12:00–19:00
Sun29 Apr12:00–19:00


Events: Exhibition

Participants: Donna Conlon