Marginal culture will be introduced by PechaKucha Night Bratislava Vol. 36
The 36th edition of PechaKucha Night Bratislava is dedicated to the theme of periphery. On the 25th of January, artists and initiatives that function in the geographical periphery or work with marginal genres, discourse, and topics will be introduced. Every speaker will present their work in the format of 20x20, so 20 pictures, each displayed for 20 seconds. Concise and eloquent presentations will present you everything that happens outside of the main centres.
The event is also the continuation of collaboration of the organisers from PechaKucha Night Bratislava and PechaKucha Night Oslo. Cooperation on dramaturgy, as well as sharing know-how and experiences is taking place since November 2016, thanks to the EEA grants. The 36th edition will also introduce Norwegian guests: photographer Espen Tveit and Folke Järnbert who will bring closer his six months lasting experience with solitary life in the Norwegian mountains.
Boris Ondreička An artist, curator, author, singer and a song-writer of Kosa z nosa band; also a curator of the running project Questions of will
Dáša Fon Fľaša Tireless folk-punk desperado, musical and life amateur
Diera do sveta Cultural center that brings contemporary progressive art into Liptovský Mikuláš
Dizajn na kolesách The continuation of the initiative of the graphic designers from VŠVU with a goal to improve already existing visual culture in Slovakia
Espen Tveit /NOR Noted photographer who maps rural football stadiums and old ski jumping’s inruns
Folke Järnbert /NOR Tired of the current society, he had lived for 6 months in an old cabin without running water or electricity in the Norwegian mountains
Chaloši Zos Spišskej Self-appointed keepers of the skate park, authors of magazines, musical projects and also their own art movement “banterism”
Kateřina Olivová /CZ An artist, performer, curator, feminists, lactation adviser, unicorn, mother…
Kloaka Platform for experimental and unconventional production in literature and visual art
Medzihmla Multi-genre festival that brings different faces of the contemporary art into Lučenec
Miesta Mesta Photography project about places in the city with an emphasis on the threatened architecture and art in the public spaces
RurArtMap/CZ Maps the culture outside of the main cities, especially in the rural areas
This activity is financed from the EEA grants and also from the budget of Slovak republic.
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