As part of the artist’s two-month residency, we invite you to a drawing workshop, where together we will try to break the abortion taboo.
Anna Mária Trávničková
In this lecture, Eunju Hong will delve into a diverse range of topics encompassing the video work ‘Annagreen,’ exploring both its practical and theoretical dimensions.
The exhibition Outside of Eden will present two projects of Hungarian artists Nóra Szabó and Asztrid Csatlós which were created during their summer residency within the KAIR Kosice Artist in Residence. In both projects, the central theme is transition, the transformation of being and life that metamorphoses.
The artist lecture dives into the process and results of three months of artist residency organized by Kair residency, Kosice. The lecture will guide you through a complex range of topics; the forming of the karst caves and how their appearance resembles to the human body, the pattern recognition theory which describes how we perceive objects in general, laser scanning technology which can give us insight on our environment from whole new perspective, bog bodies mummification through chemical reaction by nature and the art of making 3d printed sculptures.
This month we will be hosting the last Open Studios Night of the year, featuring three of KAIR’s newest residents – Eunju Hong, a multimedia artist originally from South Korea who lives and works in Germany, and Yuliia Manukian, a Ukrainian journalist and curator, who focuses on contemporary art, urban issues, and the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage, and Beata Rojek, a Polish visual artist with a recognizable, vibrant style that ranges from nostalgic abstraction to blunt street art patterns.
Beata Rojek (*1985) is a visual artist who specializes in painting, drawing, comics and other forms of transferring thoughts into images. She has a recognizable, vivid style, ranging from nostalgic abstraction to blunt street art patterns. She graduated from the Wrocław Academy of Fine Arts. Also, she was nominated twice for the Wrocław Gazeta Wyborcza […]