Artist on show:
SZILVIA BOLLA is an artist living and working in Budapest, Hungary. She recently graduated with First Class Honours at BA Fine Art Photography course at Camberwell College of Arts, London. Since 2014, she has exhibited in Hungary, Italy and the United Kingdom. Szilvia also collaborates with New York based artist and together they are published by MIX Magazine Glitchaus.
BILLY CROSBY was born in 1992 in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. He studied Film and TV Foundation Diploma at London College of Communication and BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting at Camberwell College of Arts and graduated with First Class Honours in 2016. He has been selected for the Hans Brinker Painting Prize, the Marmite Prize for Painting and has won The Vanguard Court Studio Award and the Landmark Plc Fine Art Prize.
MATHELINE MARMY was born in 1993 in Geneva, Switzerland. She recently graduated in Visual Communication / Photography at ECAL, Lausanne. She was nominated for the VFG Nachwuchsförderpreis in 2015 (Prize for young swiss photographers) and won the 3rd Elinchrom Prize. She co-founded Hangar 9 in Geneva, a platform for art and culture, and is a member of HALTE association of artists for cultural events in Geneva.
MAJDA VIDAKOVIC is born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1990 and now living and working in The Hague, Netherlands. She graduated in 2015 from the Photography department at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. She was nominated for the Department Prize and Steenbergen Stipendium. Her work is currently part of the Rijnstate hospital collection in Arnhem and continues to be represented by Stroom institute in the Hague.
The artist curated exhibition 'Sticking The Moon With Double Sided Tape' offers a multicoloured and multiform experience of tridimensional works with a distant connection with the 'photographic' that seems the artists are rather trying to break.
When assembling the show, artist-curator Marta Barina imagined to create a cave where a frustrated photographer would keep her anti-photographic experiments and creations.
While individually these four young artists unfold their practices on different grounds, together they occupy the ruins (the cave) of Novo Mesto with works that commonly escape from the bi-dimensional, wall-based, mono-view, to instinctively follow the urge of making.