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"The Blue Sky Connects Us"

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Date: 
Tuesday, 20 February 2024 to Thursday, 29 February 2024
Opening: 
Thursday, 29 February 2024 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

How are tropical insects, Ceaușescu's era model airplanes and galactic utopias related? At first glance, the seemingly unconnected are linked by the blue sky, the shades of blue of cyanotype. In our planet everything is connected, interwoven, everything merges from one into another. Everything is energy that carries information. The time layers of history and the visions of the future exist simultaneously. Our (political) past influences the global economic and ecological present. The exhibition showcases the artist's paintings and cyanotypies, where she transitions from abstract geometry to biomorphic forms of representation, searching for the connection between these two different modes of artistic expression. The latest works were inspired by the modern history of Romania, as well as a recent trip to a tropical island in the Indian Ocean.

Katarina Balunova is an interdisciplinary artist, scholar, and curator. The main theme of her research is utopia and personal mythology, while she is oscillating between the past and the future. She works in a wide range of mediums such as painting, installations, performance, video, and poetry.  She has exhibited internationally, from China to USA. She is represented by the gallery Espai Nivi CollBlanc, Spain. She lives in Bratislava, Slovakia. www.katarinabalunova.com

Telephone: 
+40724523525
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Str. Lucian Blaga Nr. 8, Timisoara | Romania.

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