VOID, in which the cackling of art theory echoes. March
18 till 3 April 2011, W139 Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Void' was part of a group show by Sandberg Institute students, this
situation was deliberately questioning the showing of art, the artist
who is showing and the venue as place to show. It tried to redefine
the context and role of art. The whole intervention consisted of several
different elements as walks, talks, presentations, videos and other
scenery' is a digital video dairy in relation to 'The void' and contains
texts from email traffic and video registrations of journeys while
I am travelling to W139 (connected) meetings.
cube presentation' was shown 18 and 19 March at W139, it was the
first out of six curated group shows by Yael Messer (SKOR) and Christina
Li (BAK, Utrecht). Within this setting I exhibited the work 'Untitled'.
Two letters I received from the Sandberg Institute after I aplied for their course, one that I was accepted
and one that I was denied. In the same time the work was exhibited
online to investigate the impact by off- and online presentations.
was on show till 24 March at Foam, photography museum. A large photograph
made by my wife Hristina Tasheva, who made my portrait was shown
the exhibition The
Organisation_Mobile office was present at the opening hours
of the art space. This way people were able to get to know more about
The organisation and its intentions. After several requests I was
not allowed by the board of W139 to use their office, because the
art and artists belong in the exhibition space.
trajectory II consisted out of walks organized by me which started
at W139 and went into the city of Amsterdam without a clear destination. The movement
of the participating people away from the art space was an important
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