30 NOV / 18:00 The National Trust of Georgia
In September 2021, Esther Kempf made a journey through the mountains of Tusheti, accompanied by two people and five horses. They were in search of Lycopodium, a prehistoric moss, which is the origin of most of the black coal available nowadays.
The exhibition „Running Water“ shows works that emerged during this trip, dealing with the topics of resources and the tension between moving and standing still.

At the opening, there will be an artistic version of a food performance by Ninutsa Shatberashvili and music by Anushka Chkeidze.

Running Water is curated by Lali Perteneva.