Anna Mária Trávničková

Deadline: January 31st, 2021

Hydra PACE OPEN CALL for Palestinian, Slovakian, and Slovenian Artists

The DobraVaga Gallery, Ramallah Municipality / Mamarat AIR program and KAIR Košice Artist in Residence invite visual or interdisciplinary artists, working and living in Slovenia, Palestine or Slovakia, to take part in a two-month residency in selected cities.

online at our Facebook 26.11.2020 at 6 p.m.

Starlight – a Common Heritage? / online lecture

Abel Korinsky and Orhan “aib” Kavrakoğlu collaborate on the project which will be presented at the Art & Tech Days in May 2021. During their lecture they will give inside info about the technical side of satellites, space waste, problems of light pollution with Starlink satellites, various possibilities of using LEO (Low Earth orbit) satellites, Geo satellites, etc.

Residency: October - November 2020

Abel Korinsky (GER)

Abel Korinsky (*1985) is a multimedia artist based in Berlin where together with his twin brother run Studio Korinsky. Through audio-visual installations and site-specific works, they are trying to provide a different experience demanding of all the senses.

Šopa Gallery 23.10.2020 between 11 am - 7 pm

Open Studios Day

Meet our residency artists Laura and Abel and find out what they are working on in the studios during their stay in Košice. Because at the moment we cannot prepare our classical format of Open Studios Night, we decided to open them up during the whole day so you can visit the artists in small groups. 

Residency: September - October 2020

Laura Leppert (GER)

Laura Leppert (*1993) is a visual artist, filmmaker and sculptor currently based in Berlin and Munich, Germany. During the residency at K.A.I.R. Košice Artist in Residence, Laura plans to work on her video project Haunted House, that deals with intertwined human and animal, bacterial and microorganic sensoriums, and their potential for collective sensing and storytelling.

Šopa Gallery 4 September - 9 October 2020


Exhibition Practice of Solitude combines the work of two environments and two authors in a mutual space. The first environment consists only of the memories of the Western Fjords of Iceland, where Lucia Gašparovičová spent one month during the winter this year. The second place represents Košice, where Lucia was creating together with partner and artist Ján Skaličan during two summer months at the residency programme K.A.I.R. Košice Artist in Residence. Practice of Solitude is not an objective representation of reality.