Within the framework of the "Macedonian Visual Artists" project, a conversation will be held with Kristina Pulejkova

Project "Macedonian Visual Artists" of KSP "Centar-Jadro"

In order to achieve continuity in the presentation of the Macedonian visual scene, KSP "Centar-Jadro" continues with a new series of live talks, with Macedonian visual artists and their works exhibited at important exhibitions. The intention is to achieve greater promotion as well as generational connection that will help establish continuity and intensify dialogue on the local art scene.

Within the framework of the "Macedonian Visual Artists" project, on December 6, starting at 20 p.m., an online conversation with Kristina Pulejkova will be held. The conversation will be led by Ana Frangovska, curator and art historian.

Kristina Pulejkova (b. 1988) is a Macedonian artist who lives and works in Skopje and London. Her interdisciplinary work is based on science and technology. Christina's work explores how the use of technology can lead to greater forms of sustainability in human-nature relationships.

Working through moving images, sound and installation, she aims to build subjective narratives, based on scientific data and principles. In his works he tends to represent voices – voices of beings, objects and even atoms, in order to try to introduce non-human perspectives.

Through the use of advanced technology, Christina's works often deal with environmental issues, while telling personal stories that put the audience at the center of the scene, allowing a protagonistic approach and a different way of seeing things.

Pulejkova holds an MA (BA + MA) in Painting and Animation from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria (2012) and an MA in Arts and Sciences from Central Saint Martins, London, UK (2014). She is the recipient of the inaugural FLAMIN Fellowship from Film London (2017).

Kristina's works are exhibited/displayed in the National Gallery, Skopje; MSU, Skopje; The Science Museum, London, UK; MAN Museum, Sardinia, Italy; V&A, London, UK; MAK, Vienna, Austria; Project Space Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria; Hat Glaspavilion, Eindhoven, Netherlands; Upper Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands; "Art COP21", Paris, France; Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK; "Art Licks Festival", London, Great Britain; Lewisham Art House, London, UK; Royal College of Arts, London, UK and many others.

The project "Macedonian Visual Artists" of KSP "Centar-Jadro" is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of North Macedonia.

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