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A microchip and a vaccination certificate will get your cat European citizenship. In the summer of 2020 CE Moni arrived to Schiphol airport. She was there with me, a non-European with no offerings except my love and a comfortable couch. After a quick stop at the customs, she became a Kittyzen of the European Union. Kittyzens of the World is a video installation starring Moni, Chip no. 95301000387, a feral cat born in Jerusalem. The work is a visual reflection/meandering on the state of migration, alongside the construction of historical narratives in our world. It questions who is a desired European citizen? Through this work, Tal traces the story of migration in three chapters: Air, Sea, and Foot. The narration captures the different ways of becoming a Kittyzen, bringing together a variety of locations and times.
Tal (b. 1994) is an multidisciplinary, artist and designer based in Amsterdam/Jerusalem. Her work explores different methods of knowledge production through archeology, antiquity and trade, while shaping and reshaping our reality. With a playful approach she creates new mythologies, encrypted memories, and personal stories. She is a co-founder of MOONI STUDIO together with Mohammed Tatour.
Yannesh Meijman, Giovanni Salice, Mohammed Tatour, Tal
Stefaan Lazuwers, ricpandora12 / Pond5
Emir Timur Tokdemir
Flavia Dzodan, Anja Groten, Amal Alhaag, Salim Bayri, EMIRHAKIN, Charlotte Rohde, Aram Sabbah, Kat Kabinet, De Poezenboot, Stefaan Lazuwers, Farah Fayyad, Tali Liberman, Pernilla Manjula Philip, Yara Saïd, Hala Namer, Zgjim Elshani, Salwa Foundation, Riad Salameh, Shailoh Phillips, Sheona Turnbull, Katharina Sook Wilting, Leïth Benkhedda, Insa Deist, Tima Wahida, Jan Egbers, Rudi van Delden, Tharim Cornelisse, Heleen Mineur.