6th November 2015, Part of Artisterium 8/2015
at Europe House, Tbilisi, Georgia
Alicja Rogalska and Sabina Sallis, artists participating in the Myth exibition, will give a presentation on the motivations behind the current exhibition and their respective practices.
Alicja Rogalska’s work is both research and production based drawing on various socio-political narratives to create subtle shifts in reality, glimpses of an alternative, and utopian scenarios. Being both rooted in a context and speculative, her projects explore the space between what already exists and what is possible, often through collaboration.
Screenings: Dreamed Revolution (2014), Tear Dealer (2014), Untitled (Broniow Song) (2012).
Sabina Sallis’s talk will make reference to some of the key themes in her practice like transformation, resilience and permaculture. In her works, Sabina draws selectively from philosophy, myth, science and literature to fuse fact and fiction, intertwining different narratives of resilience, imagination, sustainability and the nature/culture continuum to generate a new visual philosophy.
Screenings: The Other We (2015).
More info: www.artsterritory.org
Myth, Europe House Georgia, 7-16 November, 2015,
part of Artisterium 8/2015
Ewa Axelrad, Karolina Breguła, Mamuka Japharidze, Taus Makhacheva, Mariam Natroshvili & Detu Jinchara, Alicja Rogalska, Sabina Sallis
Curated by Katarzyna Sobucka
The project is realised with a support of Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Under a patronage of Ambassador of Poland in Georgia.