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Wystawa Programu Towarzyszącego Międzynarodowego Triennale Grafiki – Kraków 2015

czas trwania wystawy / exhibition dates:
02/11/2015 – 19/11/2015 

miejsce prezentacji / location:
Galeria NEON, Centrum Sztuk Użytkowych. Centrum Innowacyjności, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we Wrocławiu /
NEON Gallery, Center for Applied Arts. Center for Innovation, the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw

ul. Traugutta 19/21
50-416 Wrocław

Serdecznie zapraszamy 19 listopada 2015 o godz. 16:00 na prezentacje, wykład oraz finisaż.
Please join us on November 19th, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. for the presentations, lecture and finissage.

Aleksandra Janik i Zuzanna Dyrda,
kuratorki wystawy / curators

Follow us:
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www.triennial.cracow.pl

Wystawa towarzysząca / related event:

CIRCUMFERENCE AND RADIUS 
C=2ΠR= ECONOMIES OF DISTANCE 

czas trwania wystawy / exhibition dates:
19/11/2015 – 18/12/2015 

miejsce prezentacji / location:
Galeria CONCRETE, Centrum Sztuk Użytkowych. Centrum Innowacyjności, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we Wrocławiu /
CONCRETE Gallery, Center for Applied Arts. Center for Innovation, the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw

ul. Traugutta 19/21, VI piętro
50-416 Wrocław

Serdecznie zapraszamy 19 listopada 2015 o godz.18:00 na otwarcie wystawy.
Please join us on November 19th, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. for the opening reception.

CIRCUMFERENCE AND RADIUS/ C=2ΠR= ECONOMIES OF DISTANCE to tematyczne portfolio integrujące grafików z półkuli północnej i południowej, zorgnizowane przez Deborę Cornell – laureatkę Grand Prix oraz Grand Prix d’Honneur MTG – Kraków 2015.

Themed Portfolio organized by Deborah Cornell 
The sphere of the earth is huge and dynamic, yet invisible from its surface. A line from Boston Massachusetts to Perth Australia goes halfway around the circumference of the globe. But mapping through the planet – a line twice the distance from its center – is much shorter. Globalization and the internet also reduce the distance separating locations and individuals, connecting artists, and the world print community more closely as it becomes radially cohesive and interrelated. This creates a web of connection around our sphere, a network that maps the locations of print activity on the planet. However, the realities of technological development and instant communication - and of actual geographic distance between communities –create a divergence, a tension between the tangible expanses of real space and real time and the much more instantaneous route of electronic connection or even of imagination. These diverging realities form a compelling representation of the economies of contemporary distance. 

This exhibition includes the work of ten pairs of printmakers from around the world, from opposing quadrants - countries that (loosely) reflect diverging points on the earth. The artists are partnered according to position in opposing quadrants of the hemisphere (n/s, e/w). Themes include shifts of position, arcs, vectors, and arabesques through space and time, imagined connections or relations in global or local space, and shifting concepts of time and distance.

PARTICIPANTS/WORLD PARTNERS: 
Janette Brossard, Cuba / Clare Humphries, Australia
Alicia Candiani, Argentina / Annu Vertanen, Finland
Deborah Cornell, USA  /Jan Davis, Australia
Umberto Giovannini, Italy / Lucrecia Urbano, Argentina/Chile 
Aleksandra Janik, Poland / Cathryn Shine, New Zealand
Kavita Shah, India / Mirta Kupferminc, Argentina
Michelle Murillo, USA / Michael Reed, New Zealand
Barbara Ziegler, Canada / Karen Oremus, UAE
Elaine Shemilt, Scotland/ Isabela Prado, Brazil
Melanie Yazzie, USA/ Dominic Thorburn, South Africa

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informacja: Aleksandra Janik, zamieścił: Leszek Sołtys 

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