Open call – Momentum Gallery, Chopina Street 17/3, Krakow, Poland

Art foundation AP KunstArt Fund is calling for entries for our upcoming exhibition in Momentum Gallery, Krakow. We’re looking for:

– video arts (up to 8mins)

– photographs (size app. A4, series – up to 4 photos)

– sound art (fixed media, up to 5 mins)

Exhibition title is Traces of the future, and we intend to focus on works dealing with contemporary issues that will shape and affect future. We’re looking for abstract and brave languages. New ways of re-telling stories, fears and hopes.  If you need any more inspiration, look around – urbanization, gender fluidity, water on Mars – we’re living in very interesting times. We do not look for answers, we’re looking for poetic statements from different parts of the world.

Opening by invitation and visiting by appointment, due to Covid reasons. Due to Covid exhibition might be postponed BUT WILL NOT BE CANCELLED. Full photo documentation will be provided and shared online. Selected works will be presented in the Gallery, on Foundation website and promoted on our digital platform niemuzeum.

Organiser: AP KunstArt Fund

Open: 23.10.

Ddl: 8.11

Exhibition start: 24.11.

Curated by: AP KunstArt Fund

Submit your work by sending (fundacja@apkunstart.org)  the link to private youtube or dropbox presentation which should include:

– your work

– short bio and portfolio info

– description of your work and how it meets the topic

– please DO NOT attach your works to the email, link will be sufficient

*by submitting your work you agree to have it published also by us, so if your work was presented before, please make sure that you have all necessary copyrights

Momentum Gallery by AP KunstArt

Event held in OFF Theater will be filled with eclectic portion of art. The evening will start with Yara Mekawei’s 658 „listen to the Holy text”. Egyptian musician is specialized in electronic music performances and currently stays in Vienna as artist in residence of Bundeskanzleramt and KulturKontakt Austria. Video-art sequence of Momentum starts with Juan Valente (Argentinian performer and visual artist) and Bianca Phos (Viennese visual artist) works. Video part will be followed with screening of Beata Malinowska-Petelenz (Polish architect and painter) works. Final part will belong to Franciszek Araszkiewicz (electronics governed by brainwaves, electromagnetic fields) and Michael Fischer (feedback saxophone, violin). This Polish-Austrian duo performs together since 2016 as Fluctuations.