|Contributors:||Stach Szumski / Botond Keresztesi / Márton Tóth / Áron Lőrincz /|
|Opening:||11/12/2021 18:00 (Fri)|
|Duration:||11/12 - 11/12/2021|
|Wednesday – Saturday||15:00 – 18:00|
A program series organised by Useless Galeri presenting the works of Stach Szumski.
The events of Splittertown are realised in 3 locations within the framework of 3 collaborations:
w. Zbigniew Ralicki
10.11. 2021 – 24. 11. 2021
vernissage: 10.11.2021 6pm
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Stach Szumski ✖ Botond Keresztesi
12.11. 2021 6pm
What you can expect:
✔ Block party (barrel fire, music, lights, smoke)
✔ catering by acids&Basics (Tatra-peak menu and mash)
✔ Márton day studio opening ceremony (Márton Emil Tóth squat)
✔ Scorpios on walls!
3/ ENA Viewing Space:
w. Lőrincz Áron
vernissage: 13.11. 2021 4:30pm
Registration is required.
⚑ USELESS GALERI
𝖀𝖘𝖊𝖑𝖊𝖘𝖘: not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome
𝒢𝒶𝓁𝑒𝓇𝒾: closed group; a company formed in the common interest or on the basis of the same interest
⚑ Stach Szumski polish artist graduated from the Department of Media Arts at the University of Fine Arts in Warsaw. As an artist, he often experiments with various media and techniques. One side of his artistic practice is based on his long-lasting passion and presence as a graffiti artist. He developed a unique painting technique through the method of wall-painting that became his “credit” on his artworks as well. Since 2016 he has been exploring and “inhabiting” abandoned buildings with large-scale murals. These buildings are highlighted from the brutalist architectural monuments inherited from socialism, thus generating a dialogue with this stage of historical past. Szumski’s site-specific works interpreted to gallery spaces are also dealing with the relationship of the space and the artworks. His works often settle as parasites on the walls, at different spots of the spaces. His artistic attitude is characterized by the deconstruction and manipulation of spaces using different media. His subjects are occupied by various macro-organisms, natural formations, myths, demons, mysticism and the afterlife.
The program series was organized by Useless Galeri, with the participation of the Studio of Young Artists' Association, Everybody Need Arts and Art Quarter Budapest.
The program was created with the support of the National Cultural Fund and the Wacław Felczak Foundation.