ADATA AiR – Artist-in-Residence Programme | KOPACZ KUND
Temporary installation in public space
Location: Northern shore of Maritsa river, on the alley between the bridges of Pobeda bld. and Vasil Aprilov bld.
Opening: 29 Sept., Sunday, at 4:30 pm, with an introduction by the artist
The installation is meant to stand as a playful and visually attractive space, where visitors can get lost in the labyrinth like interior. The rich floral motifs on the different types of curtains connect the feeling of home with the forms of nature, thus creating a bond between the natural and the human made. The translucent textiles mark the thin border between private and public, interior and exterior, large and small space.
Kopacz Kund is a Bucharest based interdisciplinary artist working with sculpture, installation, photo and video based art, either in natural environments, or recently in the studio. He has studied nature and land art at the Eszterházy Károly University, Visual Art Department in Eger, Hungary and at the University of Art and Design in Cluj, Romania.
His main topics are the relationship between Nature and human, the notion of landscape and the concept of the Anthropocene.
© Rosina Pencheva / studio PUNKT
"Natura Statica" is produced within the ADATA artist-in-residence programme of Plovdiv - European Capital of Culture 2019.
From the end of July 2019 to the beginning of November the riverside areas in Plovdiv will be an epicenter for the realization of artistic interventions in the urban environment. The projects were selected on the basis of the proposals received from the artists who participated in the ADATA AiR programme in 2018. Their proposals were developed as a result of artistic residences in Plovdiv supported by Plovdiv 2019 Foundation in the first stage of the programme.
The artist-in-residence programme ADATA AiR is focusing the urban landscape of the city of Plovdiv as part of the ECOC programme. ADATA AiR is a production of Plovdiv 2019 Foundation, realized in partnership with the Goethe-Institut Bulgaria and the Polish Institute in Sofia.