After the workshop on art history in the modernity, organized by KRUG’ team, a little Sinem Mehmed from art village Dazhdovnitsa just has learned the story of Monna Lisa, La Gioconda – a half-length portrait of a woman by Leonardo da Vinci, which has been acclaimed as “the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world”. Here is her spontaneous version of the self-portrait performance presented on the road. You know: group sharing of the path towards reaffirmation of the individual encourages people to open up, powerful bonds are forged between participants, enhancing interaction and personal behavior throughout the local community… The self-portrait performance “in live” produces a deeper awareness of personal and group identity and encourages the integration and growth of the individual within the team.
After the intervention of several young artists from Plovdiv, Rousse, Varna and Kardzhali, the old walls of City Hall, the rural shop and the open-air toilet in the village of Dazhdovnitsa are already art works.
© Photo: Zlatina Tochkova
The dog is a real “part” of the street art works…
The oldest building in Dazhdovnitsa art village is the best background for your performance:
…but the floor is the best background too:
We are looking for alternative locations to present our exhibitions. The easiest place for an art project is the gallery. It is hard to situate an art project on the street or in an abandoned building, or in the suburbs of the city, or between rural houses and get him to “talk” to people for things of their lives:
Hansel and Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel – Little Brother and Little Sister) went to the Eastern Rhodope Mountains (Kardzhali, Bulgaria) and created a new design for social orientation:
If you do not have an appropriate scene, you can share a construction of KRUG’ team to create a stage for young artists:
How many km have from Dazhdovnitsa Art House to British Museum? 2213 only! This is an art signboard, created by two artists in Dazhdovnitsa art village:
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