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The exhibition Ways to Meet Again focuses on an examination of what constitutes boundaries, borders and territories and how these are expanded or overcome. Through the opening up of their own memories, the artists revisit the concept of identity and examine the possibilities of conciliation between local and international means. The participants are also called to explore ways (through their works) to document, classify and record information, mechanisms of re-negotiation of historicity, as well as, ways to re-adapt personal and collective points of view. As a location, Cyprus has had an unchanged territorial value and, at the same time, has given space to the vision of interculturality.

The artists are alumni and graduate students of the Fine Arts postgraduate programme of Frederick University.

Ibrahim’s Khan, Paphos, Cyprus