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Artist

Trans-medial Artist

Date & Time

Tuesday Tue, 22 Nov 2022

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Location (for BIC Venue, BIC Hybrid and BIC Cafe)

Bangalore International Centre
7, 4th Main Road, Domlur II Stage
Bangalore, Karnataka 560071 India
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+91 98865 99675 bic@bangaloreinternationalcentre.org

We exist in a lace-like network of knots and loops being more connected and more dependent on each other then we are often aware of. If one thread breaks, all the threads resonate…

Eva Petrič is a Slovenian trans-medial artist, known for her creative use of photography, interweaving with other media, exploring with it the language of shadows, decoding our existence also on ephemeral levels. Her trans-medial project Eden, Transplanted, received Best Art Performance Award at the United Solo Festival in New York City in 2017 and was awarded in 2019 at the tenth anniversary of this festival, with the Best of Ten Years recognition. Her art has been shown in 70 solo and 120 group exhibitions all over the world and one of her is works is currently at the International Space Station.

Her performance will be accompanied by the display of her installation, TRANShomoPLANTATION – One World, A World for All.

Picture credit: Eva’s One World Embryo at the United Nations.

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Artist

Eva Petrič

Trans-medial Artist

Eva Petrič is a trans medial artist, working in Ljubljana, Vienna and New York City in photography, video, sound, installation, performance and literature. She holds a BA in psychology and visual art from Webster University in Vienna, 2005 and an MFA in new media from Transact Institute New York / Berlin, 2010. Originally from Slovenia, she is known for her creative use of photography, which she interweaves with other media and explores the language of shadows, decoding our existence also on ephemeral levels.

Her motivation to expose the multidimensional architecture of space, defined by atmosphere, lead her to apply a trans medial approach in her art. This resulted in over 30 large scale, site-specific, found lace, recycled assemblages exhibited at various, mostly public spaces around the world, interweaving video, sound, performance, and movement. Petrič characterizes the content of her work is to create space: physical space, mental space, visible space inside space, imaginary space, metaphorical space, all defined by atmosphere. Visually breathtaking and conceptually awe-inspiring, Her work brings viewers together through one thing we all share, shadows.