Exhibitions — June 29, 2022

Naomi Moonlion at Organ Vida Festival at The Museum of Contemporary Art

Fever Dreams of a Hermit as part of Organ Vida Festival

29 June, 2022 until 28 August, 2022

Through Fever Dreams of a Hermit Naomi Moonlion tries to understand the multiple sides of caregiving, where the giver and receiver of care are never fully in an equal power balance. The multimedia project critiques, grieves and transforms the prevalent capitalist mindset of carelessness. Using Tarot as a metaphor for the uncertainties of life and the many unintended layers of our actions, the artist encourages the viewer to question their caregiving practices, and to care more gently. Can we tip the scales of carelessness to one of conscious interdependent care?

ORGAN VIDA is a biannual international photography festival that takes place in Zagreb, Croatia. Titled no tears left to cry, the 12th edition of Organ Vida is dedicated to exploring the various manifestations of feeling in contemporary society.  Focusing on the social dimension of feeling, Organ Vida presents artwork that channels the prevalent negative feelings such as apathy or anxiety, as well as artwork that presents affective alternatives to it, explores and/or imagines different affective dimensions of dis/u/topias, imagination, and fantasy.

Organ Vida Festival | Museum of Contemporary Art
Avenija Dubrovnik 17
10000 Zagreb, Croatia


go to the festival’s website