Author, exhibition title: Pavla Sceranková, Týmpádom nič
Venue: Synagogue - Center of Contemporary Art, Halenárska 2, Trnava
Curator: Miroslav Zajac
Opening: 14. September 2010 at 5 p.m., Synagogue - Center of Contemporary Art
Duration: 14. 9. 2010 – 17. 10. 2010
In her creative work Pavla Sceranková engages in spatial forms of creative art and installation in the long term.
The author´s entrance in the Synagogue presents her favorite media of interactive objects, installations, videosculpture, photosculpture – „28 centesimals of Synagogue“ and a new 3D animation element – „Observatory“ (2010). The exhibition consists of four video projections and a monumental moving interactive sculpture „I am going“ that offers an unusual walk through the exhibition, or a bypass of the space providing a smooth accession to and an exit from a certain place into an uncertain space.
Pavla Sceranková (1980 Košice). She lives and creates in Prague. Between 2000 and 2006 she studied and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague where she continues studying in doctoral studies. She gained several foreign scholarships, e.g. 2006-2007 DAAD scholarship in UDK Berlin, with prof. Tony Cragg, 2009 Cooperative Méduse in Quebec, Canada. She is currently attending her scholarship in Budapest.
For more information visit: www.scerankova.wz.cz