Lýdia Pribišová


31 Mar - 30 May 2017

Lýdia Pribišová (Slovakia)

Lýdia Pribišová is interested in testing the boundaries of art. In her curatorial projects, she focuses on subversive art practices that go against typical social and cultural patterns. In her work, Pribišová observes how cultural stereotypes are constructed as well as the shifting positions of individual subjects in society. She works with themes of collective memory, sharing, and local Central European history, in part by questioning social rules, conformism, and the changing role of public space in post-communist societies.

Lýdia Pribišová (born 1980, Slovakia) is a curator and art historian. Pribišová has been the Slovak editor at Flash Art Czech & Slovak Edition since 2006, before becoming the managing editor in 2015. For two years (2013-2015), she worked as a project coordinator for the organization and digital platform tranzit. In 2012, Pribišová founded the nonprofit PILOT, and in 2007, she co-founded gallery of immaterial art, Evolution de l’Art. Projects include the 2007 and 2011 Slovak exhibition at the Prague Biennale. In 2013, Pribišová obtained her doctorate from the University Sapienza, Rome; her doctoral thesis is titled Quadriennale of Rome. From Public Body to Foundation. Reflection on transformation.


Autostop

Exhibition/discussion/film screening

 

Date: May 26, 2017, from 6 p.m.

Venue: ZK/U (Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik)

Siemensstraße 27, 10551 Berlin

 

with participation of:

Konstantin Bojanov, Jascha Fibich (tramprennen.org), Family Worm (Judit Fischer, Miklós Mécs, András Zalavári), Oto Hudec, Andrea Kalinová, Patrick Laviolette, Jűrgen Rendl, Frauke Zeller & David Harris Smith (hitchBOT)

 

Curated by Lýdia Pribišová

ZKU presents the group exhibition Autostop (artists: Jascha Fibich, Oto Hudec, Andrea Kalinová, Jűrgen Rendl, Family Worm (Judit Fischer, Miklós Mécs, András Zalavári), Frauke Zeller & David Harris Smith) curated by Lýdia Pribišová, accompanied by discussion with the artists moderated by anthropologist Patrick Laviolette and by screening of the movie Avé (directed by Konstantin Bojanov), which is a part of Speisekino program in ZKU. For this project, various artists from around Europe, actively engage in hitchhiking, were asked to present a work connected with this topic. The project consists of videos, performances, photographs, objects, film screenings, texts and discussion.

 

 

in collaboration with: http://www.artofhitchhiking.eu/

 

Supported by Slovak Art Council

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