7 Sep 2022  |  Exhibition

Manifesta 14

Spread across 25 public and semi-public venues in Prishtina, from the Ottoman-era Great Hammam to the Yugoslav-era Palace of Youth and Sports, Manifesta 14 continues the legacy of a normadic biennale to reclaim and reimagine public spaces.
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Spread across 25 public and semi-public venues in Prishtina, from the Ottoman-era Great Hammam to the Yugoslav-era Palace of Youth and Sports, Manifesta 14 continues the legacy of a normadic biennale to reclaim and reimagine public spaces. Under the title it matters what worlds world worlds: how to tell stories otherwise, the artistic programme was developed by creative mediator Catherine Nichols with the Manifesta 14 team and in close collaboration with local collectives, artists, scholars, architects and activists.

Major urban interventions include the Green Corridor, which connects two sides of the city with a plant-lined sustainable mobility path and opens access to the ecourban learning laboratory developed by raumlaborberlin for Manifesta 14 Prishtina in the former Brick Factory. For the first time in Manifesta’s three-decade history, Manifesta 14 has established a permanent interdisciplinary cultural institution, the Centre for Narrative Practice, situated on the grounds of the former Hivzi Sulejmani Library. This is the result of a significant change in Manifesta’s institutional approach, concentrating on making a long-term impact on the local infrastructure and cultural ecosystem in the Host City.

With this edition, the European Nomadic Biennial has also formed a regional network and programme of events through the Manifesta 14 Prishtina – Western Balkans Project, connecting and extending the Prishtina programme with those of cultural partners hailing from across the region.


July 21 – October 30, 2022

Prishtina, Kosovo

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