As we all worked to build a specific physical site for the exhibition and the structure was mostly designed from a collaborative process between the artists involved, I believe the intercultural dialogue was an essential part.
Platforma was the first time that both groups have collaborated together on a project. Both groups have different cultural backgrounds and consequently their works are very different; but I think this cultural difference was one of the aspects that we explored and worked with.
Interaction itself was an important subject for my work ‘Extended Drawing’. It was important for me to not essentially think of my work as individual, but to develop aspects of my practice as part of the whole structure and interact with the other artists’s works in the exhibition.
I was very keen to collaborate, exchange approaches and ideas by exploring shared interests in the architectural space. Besides, this project gave me an insight into how an artist-group operates and an opportunity to meet the wider membership
„My Experiences in the UK“
„working on the Platforma Exhibition“
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