25.08 – 1.09 2016 :: Former General Post Office, Colombo 1 , Sri Lanka
Cinnamon Colomboscope, a contemporary and multidisciplinary arts festival organised by EUNIC Sri Lanka comprising the Goethe-Institut, British Council and Alliance Française de Kotte, took place at the former General Post Office (an iconic Colonial building erected in 1895 and unused for the last 20 years) in Sri Lanka’s capital, Colombo. This year’s edition, titled “Testing Grounds: Art and Digital Cultures in South Asia and Europe”, has been curated by Susanne Jaschko.
Participating artists and speakers include:
Arash Akbari; Kavan Balasuriya; Muvindu Binoy; Josephine Bosma; Asvajit Boyle and Lalindra Amarasekara; James Bridle; CoCA; Dinelka; Stéphane Degoutin and Gwenola Wagon; Rohini Devasher; Malaka Dewapriya; Constant Dullaart; Sanjana Hattotuwa; Gustav Hellberg; Louis Henderson; Fieke Jansen; Sunara Jayamanne; Zihan Karim; Gihan Karunaratne ; Daniel Keller; Michael Ketigan; Subasri Krishnan; T. Krishnapriya; Marc Lee; Manu Luksch, Tobias Reinhart, Thomas Tode; Imaad Majeed; Ali Miharbi; Mehreen Murtaza; Aamina Nizar; Dhanya Pilo; Archana Prasad; Arun Prematilleke; Chamila Priyanka; Tobias Revell; Jocelyn Robert; Chris and Ali Rodley; Sebastian Schmieg; Semiconductor; Sam de Silva; Isaac Smith and Sumudi Suraweera; Urs Stäheli; Sunara; Tactical Technology Collective; Ivar Veermäe; Ansh Ranvir Vohra; Arun Welandawe Prematilleke and Isuru Kumarasinghe; Yudhanjaya Wijeratne; Subha Wijesiriwardena.