What is the language of art? With the help of various media, art breaks into the conscious and unconscious of a person, causing an internal reaction, affecting deep triggers hidden from the eyes of others on a non-verbal level. But the purpose of art is to convey the thoughts and feelings of this or that artist, to change or draw attention to certain aspects of our life, the world around us, situations that unfold every day. Art screams, but no one hears it.
The Verbalization project is aimed at finding a system of communication between the artist and the viewer, between the artist and the artist, the curator and the viewer, the curator and the artist, the viewer and the viewer.
Over the past few decades, the options for communication have increased tenfold, but the quality has decreased and continues to decrease. Clip thinking, instant delivery of messages in the messenger made our lives easier, but at the same time, they accelerated and devalued every written or spoken word.
We decided to trace exactly how our world changed with the emergence of mobile phones, social networks and messengers, at what moment we stopped listening to each other, and, at the same time, how this situation affects art, its understanding and existence in modern realities.
Organizer: TUASHO Art Agency
Curator: Anna Avetova
Co-curator: Dasha Bilenko
Project participants: Omnia Voivat Anton Popernyak Kostianin Lyzogub Alexandra Kovalova Yevhen Lapchenko Daryna Mykytyuk Alyona Kuznetsova Volt Agapeev Taras Bondarenko Rostyslav Garbar Oleksandr Shymbarovskyi Vitaly Svyatets Iryna Vorona Anna Bartosik Yaroslav Kostko
Project partners: SHABOVODA UA
Venue: Lavra Art Gallery