Ana Kun on ‘Chaos'
September 28, 7:30am - 10:00am EEST. Hosted at AMBASADA
part of a series on Chaos
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Ana Kun has a BA in graphics and a MA in creative writing, and at times she is political AF. Technically she is a visual artist; she does this stream of consciousness type of doodles with text and drawing and everything. It’s the new historical painting, referencing some of the political and social contemporary chaos 😉 She is one third of Balamuc, an artist independent platform in Libertatii Square, mildly ironic. At Creative Mornings Timisoara she’s going to talk about CHAOS, not as the absence of a system but more like a difficult-to-predict outcome, which is exactly her working method.
Some past projects: IS THIS A PICTURE OR AM I SUPPOSED TO READ IT? (2014, Luis Leu, Karlsruhe), The Absolute Pig and Healing Map of Circus 3000 (2014, Circus 3000, Karlsruhe), Pa&Pu (Goodbye & Good Luck) (2016, Pygmalion, Timisoara), Many People, Lots of Things (2017, Alert Studio, Bucharest).