Anna Mária Trávničková

Residency: October - December 2023

Yuliia Manukian (UA)

Yuliia Manukian is a cultural journalist, and curator of art and urban projects of the Urban Re-Public NGO (Kherson, Ukraine), which focuses on contemporary art, urban issues, and the protection and promotion of cultural heritage.

Fakulta Umení TUKE, Poslucháreň W2, Watsonova 4 3.10.2023 at 10.00 a.m.

Asztrid Csatlós – New wave in environmental art

The purpose of the lecture that draw attention to the environmental crisis through the work of artists such as Neri Oxman, Ágnes Dénes, Junko Chodos. The presentation plays with the idea that in our present, how could we imagine our future?

Residency: October - December 2023

Eunju Hong (KOR)

Eunju Hong (*1993) lives and works between Germany and South Korea. She explores the impact of technology on society and human beings, viewing it as an organ that could be contamination and death drive, desire, prosthetic and a letter from a daughter to her mom.

Šopa Gallery / Košice Artist in Residence, Hlavná 40, Košice 9.8.2023 o 18.00

Open Studios Night w/ Asztrid Csatlós & Nóra Szabó

During the summer Open Studios Night you will have the opportunity to meet our newest artists in residence – Asztrid Csatlós and Nóra Szabó. They will introduce themselves in the form of a short artist talk and later they will show you their studios in which you will be able to see their current projects. […]

Residency: July - September 2023

Asztrid Csatlós (HU)

Asztrid Csatlós (*1992) is a Hungarian artist who works mainly with painting. Her work focuses on the correlations between visual arts and natural sciences, between the present, the past and the future, and on the parallels between fiction and utopias. Her works are often polyphonic, and she likes to combine interdisciplinary work with classical painterly thinking.

Residency: July - September 2023

Nóra Szabó (HU)

Nóra Szabó is a Hungarian artist from Debrecen who is currently pursuing her PhD at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest. Szabó focuses on the representation of the human body in the context of technological advances, combining traditional techniques such as plaster casting with digital media such as 3D printing.