Matej Gavula’s Promenade in Treskoňová street near Kunsthalle Bratislava is a project focused on the problem of cultivating and conserving public space, with its relatedness to the local population’s cultural memory. The artist’s work traces the consequences of irresponsible interventions, which had no regard to the identity and social context of the architecture and the place. This is a hybrid sculptural project with an implied critical appeal.
We invite you to the first presentation of the Barbadian artist Annalee Davis in Slovakia. Her artworks Sweeping the Fields,
and A Walker’s Diary – An Effort at Disalienation are on view in the exhibition Potential Agrarianisms.
Katarzyna Krakowiak’s social acoustic sculpture uses the cathartic power of laughter to unsettle and ridicule patriarchy and discrimination. It expresses solidarity and support for women, whose fundamental rights are ever more frequently denied.