We cordially invite everyone to a friendly meeting for this participatory project, which will take place on June 22 at 6 p.m. in the Košice City Park near the glass statue Pavilions of Dan Graham. Due to the fact that this project is closely related to working with the community, our first picnic will be followed by other interesting meetings.
Anna Mária Trávničková
Hydra PACE – Platform for Artistic Collaboration and Exchange is launching art residencies in Slovenia and Slovakia. Due to current conditions, the selected artists from Palestine will participate in the project with the help of online tools. The project is supported by the Anna Lindh Foundation and the European Union. The residency program of KAIR […]
Together with Creative Industry Košice and the East Slovak Gallery, we cordially invite you to a site-specific installation by German multimedia artist Abel Korinský and Istanbul-based software engineer and new media artist Orhan “aib” Kavrakoğlu.
Mohammed Al Hawayri (*1976) is a Palestinian artist born and currently lives in Gaza Strip. Al-Hawajri’s work has been displayed in many exhibitions in Palestine and abroad, and he has received invitations to participate in exhibitions in the UK, Italy, France, Switzerland, Austria, Japan, Argentina, USA, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, and […]
Đejmi Hadrović is a media artist working in photography, video, installation art and performance art. She studied philosophy, culture and anthropology and further continued her master’s studies focusing on Time-based media at the University of Art and Industrial Design in Austria. In 2017 she became a PhD scholar at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
Nežka Zamar is an interdisciplinary artist (*1990) who currently lives and works between Ljubljana, Slovenia and Venice, Italy. She studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and continued her studies in visual arts at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul, and later graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice under the mentorship of professor Carlo di Raco. Her interdisciplinary artistic practise focuses on the interspace between materiality and concept, researching the boundaries of artistic mediums through subject representation.