27/12/ 2019 - 21/02/ 2020
Influenced by the global crisis, which implies that the possible end is not only imaginary, Nada Prlja poses a series of questions at the exhibition, reflecting our situation in the world today, but also questions about what it means to be an artist today.
With this exhibition, Nada Prlia takes visitors to the imagined 3030, where our civilization has already disappeared and there is a new one that has no information about us. The new civilization digs a collection of works of art, created and collected by Adan before her civilization disappears forever on the assumed day 20.02.2020. Adan is an imaginary character, a superhero who takes on the role of protector of our cultural heritage, because of the premonition that our civilization will completely disappear.
The exhibition also features works by Nada Prlja created between 2007 and 2019.
About the artist: Nad Prlja received an MPhil research degree from the Royal College of Arts, London (2002), after graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Skopje (1997).
Nada Prlja was the artist representing the Republic of North Macedonia at the 58. Venice Biennale 2019. She also took part in the following Biennales: 7th Berlin Biennale; Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain; 5th Moscow Biennale (Film Program); IV Bienal del Fin del Mundo de Arte Contemporáneo, Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile; 28th International Printmaking Biennale, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
She has exhibited in a number of solo and group shows in Europe, USA, Japan, and Macedonia.
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