With painting as her main medium Rusudan Melikishvili examines and explores themes and relations between subjects such as gender, body and femininity. Her works are based on some of humankind’s longlasting existential and psychological questions about birth, life, sexuality and mortality.
Rusudan Melikishvili has exhibited work at The Lviv National Art Gallery and the Hungarian National Museum, among others.
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Residents from Denmark
In her large format paintings, Maja Vukoje addresses discursive issues such as post colonialism, gender, and popular culture. Due to her own migration experience, she is particularly interested in syncretic cultural phenomena. Her work exploits all the possibilities of painting. She creates various pictorial forms of expression through the use of combs, putty knives, stencils, flowing paint, sprayed elements, and applications of real objects. The result is a somewhat undecipherable contextual meaning of the images.
Residents from Austria
Esther Tielemans examines the foundations of painting by extrapolating opposites: flat and three dimensional; abstraction and figuration; and reality and illusion. Tielemans’ works are reminiscent of dreams or memories in which the barrier between reality and imagination seems to be fading.