Anna Mária Trávničková

Šopa Gallery, Hlavná 40, Košice 28.9.2019

Maja Renn (PL) – Define Space

  From July till September, Maja Renn took part on the three months residency in Košice. The result of her stay is performance called Define Space. Maja is a visual artist from Poland, currently based in Zürich. She graduated from the MA Art Praxis at Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, Netherlands. Her work intertwines drawing, […]

Dance Weekend / Workshop

K.A.I.R. Košice Artist in Residence and Priestor súčasného tanca would like to invite you for the special Dance Weekend workshop which will take place from 8th till 10th of September in Kasárne/Kulturpark in Alfa building. From September we will host two professional dance projects in Košice and we organize the workshop for two reasons. First […]

Šopa Gallery, Hlavná 40, Košice 24. 8. 2017

Kata Tranker (HU) – La Mére qui Flâne

Kata Tranker belongs to the youngest generation of Hungarian artists. In her works she is working with a diverse range of approaches, from drawing, collage, object to installations, which she is combining into complex units. Narrative „stories“ in her works are not offering a linear story or an interpretation to the spectator, but they have […]

KAIR, Hlavná 40, Košice second half of July - end of September

Maja Renn: Snové laboratórium / Dream Lab

The Dream Lab workshop created by residency artist Maja Renn will start in the second half of July and last until the end of September. “Through simple exercises, you will learn to remember more of your dreams. The next step will be to gain consciousness within the dream, control it and use it as a […]

Residency: July - September 2017

Maja Renn (PL)

Maja Renn (*1990) is a visual artist based in Zürich. She graduated from the MA Art Praxis at Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, Netherlands. Her work intertwines drawing, writing, and performance. Recurring motives of her practice include dreams, traumas, dissociation, rhythms, absence, errors, wandering and getting lost. During her residency in Košice, through a participatory […]

Residency: Jún - August 2017

Kata Tranker (HU)

“Belonging to the youngest generation of Hungarian artists, Kata TRANKER‘s socially sensitive focus of interest has long been on the human nature and the boundary between appearance and reality. Her socio-historical analysis – focusing on the symbiotic relationships – results in identity questions. The installations composed of variable drawings and objects are mostly narrative, but […]