EXHIBITION NIGHT : Sierra Severson and Alisa Hellstrom presented their MiXER collaboration artists’ book entitled 20, and challenged the visitors to a collage competition. The visitors of the exhibition event were randomly paired up to create a unique collage using images and words prepared by Sierra and Alisa.
after a few weeks break, the 2019 residency season returns with a MiXER collaboration by Sierra Severson and Alisa Hellstrom; tonight we had the opportunity to learn about their life and art. MEET THE GUEST ARTISTS at Club PopUp Underground (thnx for photo Zoltan B.)
EXHIBITION NIGHT was an other night to be remembered; while Nicola presented his new, experimental Bad & Ipad series of monoprints, Sarah and Estela performed their MiXER collaboration project (and artists’ book) Crash and Born, giving the audience the opportunity crash and burn (their inner tensions)… details shortly!
OPEN STUDIO is an opportunity for artists to present their ongoing / in-progress work and get a first handed response from the public as well as invited art professionals; the evening ended with a spontaneous concert by the “MiXER toy orchestra” consisting of random visitors, and Sarah the conductor (for video footage visit our FB or IG page)
Sarah Hughes, Estela Sanchis and Nicolas Maisoneuve are the new artists taking over the studio for the upcoming three weeks; here at the ‘meet the guest artists’ evening they shared with us their story and art
four weeks of the TRACTOR residency term passed quickly. LECH, Shin Itagaki and Miranda J Friedman (with her local theatre gang) presented the results of their hard work during the past weeks. Thank you all who made this possible!
welcome #dclinic19 ! The new residency kicked off with a “meet the guest artist” talk at PopUp Underground. Thank you, Miranda J Friedman (USA) and Shin Itagaki (Japan), for sharing your story with us. Thank you, Gábor, for hosting the night! (btw. the third July guest artist will join us shortly)
we are very much looking forward to our upcoming residency season, starting July 1, 2019
While we are (nostalgically) looking back at some of the highlights of the past season, you are invited to join us this year: the open call for artists has just been published. See ya!
So many goodbyes and thanks to say this evening as we are closing the residency season for this year. Artists’ Angie Allen and Gregor Taul work were presented by their curators Zoltán Borsos and Herkli Mátyás Barnabás! (Herewith thank you to all the participants of the ‘Curator for a day’ series of presentations & spending time with the artists.)…till next season!
MiXER 17 – part two. As part of MiXER 17 collaboration by Jézabel Plamondon and Bobby Miga, a performance was shared with the audience.
MiXER 17 – part one. The collaboration project and the resulted artists’ book were presented by Zoltán Borsos. CLICK FOR DETAILS
This time we said goodbye to three artists; Jo Michiels’s Bodily Drawings were presented by Regina Balázs. Shawn Bodden’s Postcards from the Future – Zalaegerseg by Erika Csiba and few of Dany Diaz Mejia’s short stories by Eszter Beck. Thank you all for an awesome night!
today the artists’ open studio event was, among others visited also by the local TV team; check out their KULTÚRKÖR debut : CLICK HERE [from 25:01]/
Mew Jirasirikul (Thailand) and Francisco Diego (Mexico) presented their MiXER 16 collaboration project and artists’ book Re: Cordis, and we checked how well they got to know each other during the working process. CURATOR-FOR-A-DAY this time was : Rebeka Bogdán. Thnx all for joining!
Mew Jirasirikul (Thailand) and Francisco Diego (Mexico) opened the studio or visitors
The works of Jennifer Bockelman and Devan Wardrop-Saxton were presented by Gábor Mészáros and Emese Kintli; while Jennifer was making sculptures for Lines of Flight series; Devan used the residency to work on her magical realist folktale with songs entitled: You My Love At Home Again.
Thank you all who made it to the gallery tonight; the 2018 residency season is now officially opened with a (new) series of art-talks entitled: curator for a day. Regina Balázs mastered the job with excellence, presenting the works of Mika Yamakoshi.
LOOKING FORWARD to a new residency season. Our first artist for the year is arriving in a week.
Thank you Budapest, thank you Müszi, artists, visitors, helpers, supporters (+ others); the 2016 residency season now officially ended. We are taking now some time off, but shall be back in 2018 with new creative stories. Stay tuned!
WHAT WE HAVE IN COMMON? a retrospective group exhibition of projects created at D’CLINIC; at the opening we could once more enjoy Billie Hanne with her performance Deep broun sea. MÜSZI Budapest – on display till January 8th, 2017
Last (studio) event of the 2016 residency season : with paintings by Blair Johnston and a dance/poetry performance by Billie Hanne
The NOVEMBER exhibition : time for MiXER15 (Sophie Durand & Magali Rifflart) to present their THE LIGHT AND THE HEAVY collaboration project and artists’s book, as well as ALEXANDRA UNGERN STERNBERG to present what she have been up to for the past few weeks.
past, current and future works made within our residency programs are on display in Szombathely’s Képtár as part of the INTEAM exhibition & conference
later that day: ‘Words with Friends’ MiXER 014 project/artists’ book was presented at the studio. That after the local band VEN rewarded us with a mini concert!
MiXER 014 collaborators (HAYLEY SCRIVENOR + NIELS POIZ) moved into the Simon István Könyvesház bookshop; where visitors/readers had the opportunity to meet them and their ‘Words with Friends’ artists’ book.
time to meet the new artists; MiXER 014 collaborators: HAYLEY SCRIVENOR + NIELS POIZ.
After the MiXER 013 collaboration LOGIN ID performance and artists’ book presentation it was time for some sound action by Nadrai Róbert : read more + watch the performance
MiXER 013 collaboration artists’ book is published.
time for the fourth edition of meet the new artists; this time we returned to the studio with a renewed concept of the talk.
The JULY exhibition : We had the privilege to see / taste & experience the works by EN-EN SEE, VESNA ZUZEK and FEDERICO CITTARO. Thnx Podhorszky Gábor for great music!
The JUNE exhibition : time for NOELLE NG PO LIN, ARIEL COTTON and CLAUDIA MARÍA CALDERÓN to present what they’ve been up to for the past few weeks.
Ariel got a special visit by the editor & maker of www.kilencedik.hu; a web portal devoted to comics. Read an interview with her here.
…early morning sneaking around the city with Noelle (and her soft sculpture). Noelle’s project is a trial to break the seriousness and tradition of a classic statue, in order to give the subject matter a new perspective and a bit of humour.
time for the second edition of meet the new artists at the Popup Cafe.
APRIL exhibition with : KATARINA SYLVAN, MADELEINE KOZMA, JAMISON EDGAR, and the Arcanum 2014 video & animation festival winner JAMES CATHEY.
For this season we moved the meet the new artists event out of the studio into the city; meet us at Popup Cafe.
A new residency season has started; the first artists for 2016 have moved in to the studio.
forum discussion on independent community initiatives / places at MÜSZI – Budapest . D’CLINIC was there to present the work of an artist-run space. Thnx Tóth Norbert to do the job.
A tour through the BEST OF D’CLINIC studios 2015 exhibition & conversation about conceptual art by Tóth Norbert.
The BEST OF D’CLINIC studios 2015 exhibition, features selected works by our resident artists of 2015 as well as the winning SHOVEL project and published book. On display at VMK – Gönczi Gallery until February 16, 2016. Thank you all who made this happen!
So many thank yous to say: artists Jane Fogarty, Anna Rose & Dervla O’Flaherty for the art and informative presentations. Gábor for translations, Norbi for logistics, Garamvölgyi Barnabás for the tasty Mulled wine, visitors for participating in our “wine-cup-decoration” competition, Borsos Zoltán, Takács Bálint & Nagy Csaba for great music…. to cut it short: THNX ALL for a wonderful evening! For a fantastic (season closing) exhibition night.
Justin de Lima’s works on display at Göcseji Múzeum.
Proud to share that the project Three Museum Objects by Lewis Colburn was part of Közgyűjteményi szakmai nap conference at Göcseji Múzeum – Zalaegerszeg.
JUSTIN de LIMA : Beings Imagined by a Stranger – was presented to the public, later that night we had the honour to be the first audience of VEN band new electronic bites.
#meettheNEWartists vol.5 : work presentation by our current guest artists Johanne Hauge and Justin de Lima; spiced up with a performance by Johanne.
MiXER 012 : KÉP KLUB by Amy Ritter, Kieran Butler, and Rob Burton; use expanded drawing, photographic and installation practices to create site responsive, often public, artworks in the context(s) they find themselves in. More about their artists’ book and the month in Zalaegerszeg : HERE
MiXER 012 aka KÉP KLUB invited the people of Zalaegerszeg to donate a space or object of their choosing. Surfaces included, but were not limited to, walls, garage doors, fences or objects such as a bicycle or an item of clothing. The artists design colours and imagery specific to the individual or family in their own artistic style.
#meetthenewartists vol. 4 : September was again the month for a MiXER collaboration, but before that Amy Ritter, Kieran Butler, and Rob Burton took us on a journey through their art.
AUGUST EXHIBITION : after a month of hard work, we had the pleasure to see and discuss the work by Lewis Colburn, Victoria Callinan and Lidia Malynowskyj. Plus the visitors also had the chance to cast a vote for their favourite SHOVEL project.
VOTE VOTE VOTE! It is time to decide which of the two projects developed within the August SHOVEL residency should culminate in an exhibition set up later this year. Fionn Duffy and Kaitlin Rees are eager to receive your support. The race is on till Friday, August 28th, 7pm
Lewis C. at Göcsei Museum – THREE MUSEUM OBJECTS; a series of sculptures based on objects from Zalaegerszeg’s museums and the town’s built environment. Together, these objects form a highly subjective cross-section of Zalaegerszeg’s history. The three objects come from very different physical areas of Zalaegerszeg, as well as different time periods in the region’s history. CLICK FOR DETAILS
Kaitlin Rees invited us to a reading party! A reading party is like any other party except that guests bring something to read out loud. It can be something that they’ve written or that someone else has. It can be from a great novel or from a shopping list.
Lidia M. at Göcsej Village Museum – THE MOUNTAINS; an installation piece that have as a purpose to question how we establish particular ways of seeing the landscape; with this project the effort is focused on the attempt to transmit the essence of mountains without truly being one. CLICK FOR DETAILS
#meetthenewartists vol.3 : Beginning of August 3 new artists have occupied the studio. Past the familiarization phase Lewis Colburn, Fionn Duffy and Kaitlin Rees are already working on their newest art projects. However to see and hear what they’ve been up to in the past we gathered for a “meet the new artists‘ night” (this time open air in our back yard).
(First) project-exhibition at the new place – checked off! Thank you all for coming and making this evening so unforgettable. Thank you artists Carrie Fucile and Heidi Friesen for a revealing guided tour of their work.
ART VISIT! Wolf/Szüts Eszter stopped by and presented us her recent work.
#meetthenewartists vol.2 : this time it were Heidi Friesen and Victoria Callinan who took us on a journey through their art via photos and words.
#meetthenewartists : The ice is broken, our new studio is officially opened for the public. Thank you Carrie Fucile & Lidia Malynowskyj for an exciting presentation of your work.
NEW STUDIO! Dear D’CLINIC artists, friends, fans, supporters… We moved to a new studio, to a new city; to a new country…
June resident artists Liz Werzbicki, Taylor Doyle and Suzanne Eldredge presented their work results to the public.
SIGNIFICANT OTHER BODY : a performance based workshop by Taylor Doyle; modelled like an instructor-led fitness class Taylor prepared a unique workout experience for the student of Dvojezična Srednja Šola Lendava.
1ART VISIT! Our current resident artists (Taylor, Liz, Suzanne) visited the local high school; they had a class about contemporary art, presented their own work and had a discussion with the students about the artist’s status in Slovenia and abroad.
2FIRST FUNDRAISER! Supporters were invited to purchase the privilege of destroying artworks donated by D’CLINIC founder Katja Pál. Participants could choose to destroy the objects by any means fit, and a number of tools were on site to aid them.
2IMITATION IS THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY / The April residency period ended with an exhibition by Roshanak Amini; exploring the relationship between globalization, language and identity. Through several installations, the artist has created a space in which language is decontextualized, deconstructed, analyzed, recontextualized and made tangible.
MiXER 011 / THE FOOTPRINT IN THE PLACE / unique Space of Lendava by Marko Kosović & Jana Jiraskova – Giving a different way of seeing a town. Focus the attention towards the traffic, space and density of people in the streets of Lendava. This project reflects to these different kinds of behaviour from a view of the outsider through number of various works. CLICK FOR DETAILS
We visited INSTINC in Singapore; with a talk on Advantages of working collaboratively we introduced our MiXER program together with the artists’ books designed during the past projects. Thank you our host Shih Yun Yeo and all the listeners who made our evening.
2COOKING AFTERNOON with Minja Gu – her residency project was all about borders and food. For this we organised a cooking afternoon, where the public could come and help Minja mastering the secrets of dishes specific to our region. CLICK FOR DETAILS
HEAT TANK – Sky Dietrich aka Sky DISCO – performing works from her new EP titled, Scorpio Simplified @ MKI Mansarda – Padlás. All songs were created while in Lendava. This Live concert was followed by a deep house DJ set, to funnel us into a zone of Sky’s creativity. The party was filmed as footage for a music video. CLICK FOR DETAILS
MELUSINE’S WORK #7 : Fancisco Tomsich – Trg Zala Gyorgya, Lendava – an ephemeral, sophisticated, primitive public architectures dedicated to display paintings. The construction is from found materials and can be (symbolically) habitable. The interior is an unfold painting referring to the local environment while representing movement and transformation through the chosen painting technique.
ARCANUM 2014! It is time to put a dot at the end of the sentence and announce the winner of ARCANUM 2014 video & animation festival. Follow the link – view their work – tell us who should be awarded with a 1 month residency at D’CLINIC // the votes will be accepted till Sunday – November 30th, 2014
What a day, what a night! Great pleasure to see all these curious faces exploring the exhibition with a little collaboration guide in their hands. MiXER group exhibition : Hungary, Zalaegerszeg, VMK – Gönczi Galéria.
End of September we hosted one of our firs residency N.O.W. guests. Croatian KRUNO JOŠT was working on digitization of old 16 mm films. The first results of a work in progress – video projection with live sound performance – were shown as the opening act of MiXER group exhibition in Zalaegerszeg, HU.
At the end of their stay in Lendava SERENA LUMLEY and TIMOTHY EDMUNDS opened the door of the studio and present their newest paintings, graphics, sculptures,… created within the past two months
MiXER 10 / SLADOLED SOCILA / by Elena Feijoo & Eden Mitsenmacher – created a body of works which seeks to open up questions surrounding accessibility, identity, and gender by utilizing the physical and visual allure of ice cream. CLICK FOR DETAILS
TRES/PASSING : audio-visual installation; Nataša Prljević, Jesús Portal and Elena Feijoo recognized the studio courtyard as a potent place to work with and reflect on. Its micro narratives were transformed through multimedia interventions into a site specific installation.
It’s been another splendid night at the studio. July Exhibition was a combination of an site-specific installation by Azyz Sharafy, interactive performance/game by Oona Tikkaoja and a book presentation by our MiXER 09 collaborators : J. Pacsoe & Henry Andersen.
8x8x8 by Oona Tikkaoja : from today till Friday, July 25th on the streets of Lendava, Oona is gathering the public to “shift the obvious” and experience the invisible and subtle rules of “normal” behaviour in our everyday life. Come, join the game. It’s fun(ny)!
FROM THE STUDIO VISIT SERIES – This time we visited the Hungarian visual artists Frimmel Gyula, a master of etching and mezzotint – a species that is dying out; here few snapshots from his studio, while for more of his amazing, precise works.
JUNE EXHIBITION served with variety of artistic genres : visitors could see/experience interactive/conceptual works by NAOMI TATTUM, manipulated photographs by RACHEL ELDER as well as the publication of MiXER 08 artists’ book by Zeina Kazimi & Yuko Kinouchi.
As part of her recent project Naomi Tattum made a performance of walking around Lendava with a sign saying PROGRESS (created to look like a sign you would see on entering a town in Slovenia). Being physically in the place Progress questions how and why we define it.
D’CLINIC toured to Colour Arts Festival in Zalaegerszeg – HU; We were represented by an interactive installation/work in progress by Naomi Tattum, a painting construction by Katja Pál and last but not least ARCANUM 2014 June screening.
ARCANUM 2013 winner : SERHIY SAVCHENKO – was a guest artists at the studio during the month May; in this time he made several new stop motion animations which premiered at the closing exhibition.
MiXER 07 / SIT_MOVE / by Demetris Shammas & Rana Karan – Two players, two acts was the basis of this collaboration project. Their published artists’ book is a presentation of various methods comparing the two different ways of seeing (the same things). CLICK FOR DETAILS
MEMORY by Brooke Sanderson – Brook’s work for this exhibition was built around her interest in using un-stretched canvas and the contradictions that arise from leaving areas un-primed.
MEMORY by Elien Ronse – another splendid night! Elien’s presentation was a collage of small interactive projects.
MiXER 06 / DIS-PLAY / by Dorothee Haller & Sandra Blichert Christensen – we have witnessed fragments of a place picked and kept in pockets for playing the game of exchange, was presented to the public, together with the published artists’ book. CLICK FOR DETAILS
LOOKING FORWARD to the new season! Stay tuned!
FREEZE, THAW, BEGIN AGAIN / ZAMRZNI, ODTALI, ZAČNI ZNOVA by Ann Mansolino – the last (but not least) show of the 2013 season was presented to visitors.
A Patch of #BCD2EE – and the big day has finally arrived. The amazing performance & exhibition to accompany the current MiXER project took place in an abandoned bar not far from the studio : CLICK FOR DETAILS
MiXER 005 – A Patch of #BCD2EE – is to be presented soon : as a special feature, there will be ”performed miniatures” every day before the live event. These performances can be viewed from the window of the studio at 5pm daily
SHANNA MAURIZI – Description of Changing Conditions – works exploring the unknown and its description, realized in drawing, altered photographs and collage, and a short film; were presented to the public.
SHANNA MAURIZI – we took an extensive visit of Slovenia’s incredible underground cave system; Križna Jama, where Shanna was collecting footage for her recent project “How to Understand Things You Can’t See”, is the largest cave in the world with chains of subterranean lakes.
( ) Parenthesis Space Parenthesis – is an artistic proposal, is a short term, nomadic, residency program, which is closed with an exhibition. It takes place every year in a different location for a period of seven to ten days including the exhibition. Its objective is to provide a blank state to ( ) artists.
PEOPLE THAT IS DOING THIS : MiXER collaboration project by Julia Nymann & Alessandra Hoshor meshes dynamics of identity construction, time, and place via multi-channel video installation and performance : CLICK FOR DETAILS
street artists LATZI – Artifacts – draws a line intersecting two points across the city of Lendava: “The Studio” and “The House.” Throughout the daily journey between the two locations the artist documented the objects, people, and places that she observed.
OLIVIA FURBER – Spiritual Supermarket : premiere of a mock video diary chronicling the journeys and frustrations of a new-age spiritual seeker trying to “find herself” in Lendava
ROSIE MONTFORD – Hillside Vines : silkscreen prints, lino-cuts, digital prints, drawings and sewing capturing the playfulness of Lendava vineyards.
ELLEN SYLVARNES – Looking Sideways : project involving drawing with metal ink and small casted sculpture pieces faced the audience. With success.
ARCANUM festival of video & animation works – screening one – just happened in the romantic atmosphere of our atrium. Next week we will repeat the screenings, and finally announce the first three finalists for the one-month residency prize.
and “The Machine has spoken!” – XXL EHIBITION featuring works by JOANNE MADELEY – MARGRÉT H. SESSELJUDÓTTIR – JÓN ÖRN LOĐMFJÖRĐ has serve its guests with many surprises: a poetry machine, a subtle performance, colourful prints (to name just a few of them)
KAREN BERNARD – we have witnessed a unique performance Suspending and Other Tricks, a solo dance using visuals and sound score about a personal history that is closer to the end than the beginning.
We peeked behind the curtain of KAREN BERNARD’s production – Suspending and Other Tricks, find out
ARTIST’S BOOK : MOVEMENT AND MANUFACURE by Sasha Amaya + Paloma Ayala; gathering movement and images influenced by the space, sounds, and routines of Lendava : CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BOOK
MOVEMENT AND MANUFACURE : MiXER collaboration project by Sasha Amaya and Paloma synthesizing the media of dance and drawing was presented to the public : CLICK FOR DETAILS
ANN SCHNAKE – Wooden Possibility, Economies, Romance and Imagination – An artful dinner as social sculpture for all those who have ever faced impossibility and looked for ways out. Calling on the mythology of California, Ann was preparing fine foods in the style of San Francisco…for workers, artists, dreamers, the wishful, downtrodden, delusional, heartbroken and the hopeful.
MiXER 003 – cross-disciplinary collaboration project premiered just few days ago. Paloma Ayala & Sasha Amaya are rocking the floor of our neighbourhood.
ANN SCHNAKE : LADDERS, IMAGINATION AND POSSIBILITY FOR PRECARIOUS TIMES – tools for carving are sharpened, wood is carefully selected, the work can begin.
ANNE-LOUISE ROOSEN – after a week of gathering impressions, she is now transforming them to images using an analogue 6×6 medium format camera
HUGO EXBRAYAT – his experiments within the “Daily Quests for Archaeology” series, are finally shared with the public.
C.I.Y.REPUBLIC – a mobile art project lab, with a series of interdisciplinary workshops and activities in the field of art and culture (involving photography and film, silkscreen printing and music/sound) made a 3 days stop in Lendava & our studios.
HUGO EXBRAYAT – the first resident of the 2013 season in his “daily quests for Archaeology”
LOOKING FORWARD to fill this space with new creative stories. We start March 4th
“Home is where I am. At the vineyards. Under the apple tree. With you.” : detail from the HOME ALONE installation by Adrienn Kiss.
Linda & Nikola presenting their MiXER experience in Blegrade (SR)
MiXER 002 cross-disciplinary collaboration project : HEJ! HEY! XEJ! – go public : CLICK FOR DETAILS AND MORE PHOTOS
MiXER 002 cross-disciplinary collaboration project : HEJ! HEY! XEJ! is well under way. One part of the project involves an intervention into the community by posting ‘Like’ signs in places that the artists particularly appreciate.
LAUREN REDPATH & CARLOS PARRAGA : cutting, sewing, moulding, compositing, gathering, cooking, … for a suitcase full of surprises.
”right from the oven” – ARTIST’S BOOK : A CO-EFFICIENT OF WEIRDNESS by ALLISON HALTER & HOLLY STREEKSTRA, to reveal commonality, as well as differences of their creative thinking / the image above ‘glow cat’ (detail) / LEAF THROUGH THEIR ARTIS’S BOOK
MiXER 001 cross-disciplinary collaboration project : A CO-EFFICIENT OF WEIRDNESS – go public : CLICK FOR DETAILS
ALLISON HALTER & HOLLY STREEKSTRA – first ever MiXER collaborators – their common interests in natural and practical magical, oblique strategies have mature to a series of videos, photographs, actions, and a magic performance that swept up the shy audience of Lendava : CLICK FOR DETAILS AND MORE PHOTOS
MARIA PETUKHOVA : her 3 months @ D’CLINICstudios has reached its grand finale – under “meet the artist” event Maria presented her project to the public : CLICK FOR DETAILS AND MORE PHOTOS
D’CLINICstudios presents : Maria Petukhova AWKWARD MOMENT(S) – a board game capturing her Lendava experience where awkwardness is pre-programmed
RICCARDO MURELLI : here it is in all its glory, the newest piece of his UNLIMITED series – which at the same time is the start of the “sculpture forest” project @ D’CLINIC studios : CLICK FOR DETAILS AND MORE PHOTOS
RICCARDO MURELLI : the 4 elements of his piece reached its final destination – our private forest – well, this time around Murelli is facing a new challenge, setting up a wooden sculpture in pure natural environment.
MARIA PETUKHOVA : our first TRACTOR guest artist – gathering portraits of the surrounding place using an analogue 6×6 middle format camera.