Works by photoshop based on 5 artists' original works- Projected by ITRC 2015 year plan. ITRC on Hologram Convergence Technologies, Chungbuk National University, South KOREA
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The painter’s lesson of Mensur Bojda is an interpunction sign, a full-stop and a line, to sort of call it, a completely complex artist’s sentence. Be it metaphor or not, it sure is a serious and bold unravelment.
The unifying concept behind the selected works is the belief that only through digging deeper into the medium itself one gets grounded. As artists work to own the process through the physical labor they get into the body of the work itself.
In search for positive stories in the past among different ethnic and religious communities in Macedonia, the group came across interesting evidence on concrete stories during the time of Holocaust, in which Jewish, Muslims and Orthodox Christians were cooperating and supporting each other strongly. Being under a social pressure both, Muslim and Jewish communities, did not dare to speak the truth up to today.
We are thrilled to welcome our special guest, Ms. Holly Teichholtz, Senior Vice President Communications and Content Strategies of the Michael J. Fox Foundation who will share insights on the foundation’s Tour de Fox series, immediately following the screening.
Artworks created at Vevchanski Viduvanja Art Colony presented in the exhibition intitled Balkan in the Raw, supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia
Silence is not merely the absence of sound, noise or providence. Silence is food placed on the limitless interstellar table in the mystic chamber of the heart, still present in the silent echo of the old church bells in the dark domes of the world. It exists where the phenomenal had given eternal non-place to the noumenal.