Amaia Molinet (*1988) lives and works in Bilbao, Spain and in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. In her artistic practice, she focuses on expanded photography, addressing the relationship between territory and identity, and highlighting the symbolism of the features of landscape.
Anna Mária Trávničková
A fictional film lecture on the search for the geographical midpoint of Europe During her fictional film lecture – The Great Illusion, Anna Kryvenko will introduce us to her research on the search for the geographical midpoint of Europe. A detective and an ironic story about rediscovered archive footage from the 1990s, which was filmed […]
Markéta Dlouhá’s art project Stopy, ktoré miznú is strongly related to the Degrowth concept. During Saturday’s event, we will discover ephemeral light objects in the landscape, mainly made up of plant materials that Markéta collected directly in our meadows during her two-month residency.
Possibilities of using official and open source archives in artistic creation with Anna Kryvenko / Case studies
Using the example of the current official and open Ukrainian archives (Youtube, TikTok, Instagram), we will imagine how this kind of film material can be used in our own work. The film demonstrations use not only historical but also so-called modern open-source archives. They are an essential source of access to important information in the […]
Markéta Dlouhá, a Czech artist whose ecological approach involves upcycling and recycling materials, including making paper from old clothes, plant fibres and old paper, will guide you through a workshop on making handmade paper from plants and binding journals. This workshop is for anyone who is interested in learning more about traditional papermaking from plants […]
During the lecture, Nikola Ivanov will present his artistic research focused on the biopolitics of sleep and the colonisation of nighttime. In both topics, the key concept is “24/7 society” denoting the current state of a continuous flow of information, data and capital, which erases the differences between day and night, and forms from sleep the last biological resistance before the complete application of this system. Is it possible to destroy both sleep and the darkness of night?