Veronika Zajačiková’s curatorial practice refers to the possibility of an international dialogue through art. Her research is based in virtual reality and the true world, diverting people from an online reception of art to one related to our human nature. Zajačiková believes that without this expansion of experience people are degraded and impoverished in their humanity.
Zajačiková (born 1981 in Prague, Czech Republic) received a BA degree at Faculty of Arts – Theory and History of Art, Philosophical faculty, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic. From September 2010 Zajačiková is an MA student in Curatorial Studies, Faculty of Art and Design, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic. She is currently preparing an exhibition at Emil Filla Gallery, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic. In 2010 she curated two solo shows of students from Academy of Fine Arts in Prague: Po druhé (For the Second Time), Klubovna 2.patro, Prague, CZ.
Residents from Czech Republic
Kristina Bozurska works predominantly with painting, video and objects. She finds her motifs in ever-growing piles of discarded materials and out-of-order ‘stuff ‘. In her work, Bozurska often uses references from modern art, questioning the concept of postmodernism. Emphasizing grayness and rough textures in her paintings and transformation in her videos and objects, she examines contemporary life, mass production, consumer society, globalization, identity and the concept of beauty.
Kristina Bozurska graduated from the painting department of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje, Macedonia. Solo exhibitions include Gallery UNA, Bjarred, Sweden; Mala Stanica, Skopje and National Gallery, Kumanovo, Macedonia. Bozurska is also a co-founder and president of the non-profit organization CRANE, a platform dedicated to art and culture.
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Residents from Macedonia
Anton Terziev deals with various contemporary subjects, often with sharp irony. His iconography possesses harsh and critical imagery associated with a specific aestheticization of pain reflecting a common metaphor of governing power relationships in society. Terziev works with painting and objects, as well as in the field of performance. He also has published three books of modern poetry and urban novels. Part of his activity is associated with various actions in the public shere and many of his performances are part of the Ultrafuturo group activities.
Anton Terziev (born 1977) lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria. He graduated in Ceramics from the National Academy of Arts in Sofia. Terziev’s work has been shown atDonumenta, Regensburg, Germany; On difference 2, Stuttgart, Germany; and Presence of the body, Troy, NY.