Plicnik Space Initiative

Plicnik Space Initiative aims to deconstruct the current online curatorial rationale. Artists are invited to create work for atypical spaces inside a virtual spacecraft in whatever way they see fit.

Plicnik Space Initiative aims to deconstruct the current online curatorial rationale. Through its caricature of the museum it offers new ways for artists to shape a future art ecosystem. Together with the artists we reflect on the conditions artists are met with when displaying their work, and the bureaucracy involved with displaying art. Artists are invited to create work for atypical spaces (such as a desert that functions as dehumidifier or an engine) inside a virtual spacecraft in whatever way they see fit. In this process we intend to give greater agency to artists in showcasing their work.
The exhibition will be housed in the spacecraft D02.2. D02.2 presents a series of atypical spaces as a means to reveal what is at play in the construction of an art exhibition. The institution's mechanics are rendered obvious and become part of the artwork's narrative. The limitations encountered in both offline and online galleries are parodied and demystify the authority of curatorial agencies and vehicles such as the museum.
The applications are now open until 15 August 2020. Please see the website for more information and to apply.
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Plicnik Space Initiative (PSI) aims to deconstruct the current online curatorial rationale. Through its caricature of the museum it offers new ways for artists to shape a future art ecosystem. Together with the artists, PSI will reflect on the conditions artists are met with when displaying their work, and the bureaucracy involved with displaying art.

Artists are invited to create work for atypical spaces (such as a desert that functions as dehumidifier or an engine) inside a virtual spacecraft in whatever way they see fit. In this process PSI intends to give greater agency to artists in showcasing their work.

The exhibition will be housed in the spacecraft D02.2. D02.2 presents a series of atypical spaces as a means to reveal what is at play in the construction of an art exhibition. The institution's mechanics are rendered obvious and become part of the artwork's narrative. The limitations encountered in both offline and online galleries are parodied and demystify the authority of curatorial agencies and vehicles such as the museum.

The applications are now open until 15 August 2020.

Please see the website for more information and to apply.