Mark Smith spoke to Polska about the issue of memory in Eastern Europe, whether creativity can exist in eternity and trying to return art to the real world.
Max Dax spoke to Radenko Malik about the conceptual thrust behind his realistic paintings, which translate photos into watercolor reproductions.
In anticipation of the exhibition Fragile Sense of Hope, which opens this Friday, we chatted with artists from Eastern Europe who will appear at the show.
Max Dax spoke to Şükran Moral about her provocative performance and video art pieces, some of which were so controversial that they inspired death threats.
“The most interesting territory in my country was the new press, because for the first time in recent history, they could print what they actually thought.”
“I love the tension that you create when you do art in a public space, especially when it’s unannounced.”
“I understood early on that life is a struggle and that survival is a mental game.”