The project is realised by Open Society Foundation Bratislava.
curated by Boris Ondreička, curator, artist (SK/AT)
Coordination: Michaela Kučová, Natália Tomeková and Ľubica Staněk
Design: Nenbra Graphic Design Studio
Production: Tina Kellenbergerová
Video: U Vitéza
Photo: Tomáš Halász
Translation: Matej Gyarfáš
Boris Ondreička (born 1969) is a curator, artist, and author based in Bratislava, SK and Vienna, AT. He has been working as project coordinator at Soros centre for contemporary arts, Bratislava, SK (1996-2000), director of art-initiative tranzit.sk, Bratislava, SK (2002-2011), and since 2012 curator at Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, AT. Where he has co/curated Rare Earth; Supper Club; Tomorrow Morning Line; Ephemeropteræ (ongoing since 2012) and recently Olafur Eliasson Green light—An Artistic Workshop; and Forgotten Space—Sea. Amongst that he has co/curated Poetry Department at National Gallery Prague, European biennial Manifesta 8, Murcia and Cartagena, ES; Being The Future, Palast der Republik, Berlin, DE; Symposion at The Event, Birmingham, UK; Auditorium—Stage—Backstage, Frankfurter Kunstverein, DE; and individual projects of Lois & Franziska Weinberger, Stano Filko, Andreas Neumeister, Július Koller, Denisa Lehocká, Zbyněk Baladrán, and other projects at tranzit Bratislava. In 2010 he co-founded the Július Koller Society. His artistic projects include Manifesta 2, Luxembourg, L; Venice- (Czecho-slovak & Roma pavilions); Prague-, Gyumri-, Torino-, Anzengruber-, Tai-Pei-, Athens- , Kyiv-, Jakarta- biennales; MoMA-PS1 NYC, USA; BAK Utrecht, NL; Marres Maastricht, NL; W139 and De Appel, Amsterdam, NL; Smak, Gent, BE; Kunsthalle Loppem, BE; Tramway Glasgow UK, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Turin, IT; Le Plateau, and Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, both Paris, F; Frankfurter-, Kölnischer-, Badischer-, Münchener-, Stuttgarter Kunstvereins, DE; Kiasma, Helsinki, FI; HKW, Berlin, DE; ACAF, Alexandria, EG; Slovak and Czech national galleries; Secession, Mumok, Kunsthalle, Tanzquartier, all Vienna, AT; Donaufestival, Krems, AT; Magazin 4, Bregenz, AT; Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, PL; and elsewhere. His HI! lo. was published at jrp Ringier, CH and One Second / Out of Time at Revolver, DE.