MAPPING MEMORY - exhibition of Zuzanna Janin


Wednesday 29 June, 7:00 pm — Thursday 18 August 2016

1061 Budapest, Andrássy út. 32


Opening June 29th, 7.00 p.m. 
Opening speech by Barnabas Bencsik art historian

The Polish artist Zuzanna Janin, who enriches the collection of Ludwig Museum, deals with issues of space, time and memory and its social aspect. She often uses motives from her own life which in her work are iniversalized into the wide context. Zuzanna made video installations,sculpture and performatives actions which were presented in for example MAM Rio, Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin or Center of Contemporary Art Warsaw. She also partcipated in Sydney Biennale, Liverpool Biennale, Istambul Biennale and 54th Venice Biennale of Art.

In 2005 she opened with Agnieszka Rayzacher lokal_30 Gallery in her studio in Warsaw - a place for exhibitions and professional debates. 
This is supported by Institute Adam Mickiewicz and Polish Institute.

On the exhibition in Platan Gallery will be presented: Dance as Mapping Device (City) video 15 min (2015), Seven Fathers (2014), Shame (2016).

On view till August 18th

Platan Gallery