Anna Slama & Marek Delong
Curator: Christina Gigliotti
04/09 – 27/09/2019
Opening: September 4th 7pm
Summer rain drops slap the surfaces of waxy oak leaves. The leaves flick for a moment like moth’s wings, shaking off the excess. On the floor, roots uncurl and stretch out like fingers reaching, for water, for light.
In the mornings we brew coffee and look out the window. In the evenings we reject nihilism by breathing, listening, and learning about the old Bludna Loza, the life-blood of our world.
– Christina Gigliotti
Marek Delong and Anna Slama are an artist duo from the Czech Republic, based in Prague and Stockholm. They started to cooperate while they both studied at Faculty of Fine Arts in Brno, Czech Republic. Currently their works are created in a two seperate places and meet physically usually while installing a final exhibition piece, where they create an intended complex scenery.
Together they presented their work in solo exhibitions: “Andromeda” at Catbox Contemporary, New York, 2019, “Will I Be a Better Man If I Stop Dreaming of the Stars” at Futura, Prague, 2019, “Sticky Moment” at EKA Gallery, Tallinn, 2018, “Femme Fatale Brewery” at Karlin Studios, Prague, 2017), “Good Old Sober Addict” at City Surfer Office, Prague, 2016. Group shows: “Letting Go” at Trafo Gallery Budapest, 2017, “Afterbirth of a Dream” at Meetfactory, Prague, 2017, “Robin” at YABY, Madrid, 2018, “Wicked Anima Fun” at Gallery Stephanie Kelly, Dresden, 2018 and “When the Sick Rule the World” at Gr_und, Berlin, 2019.
Special thanks to: Rebeka Lukošus