Martian Pottery

Martian Pottery

Martian Pottery2021

continuation of the project “In Rust We Trust on the basis of earlier tests with MGS-1 material

A collection of Martian Ceramics has been created, with a dozen or so new objects differing in the parameters of 3D printing, the way of preparing the material for printing, as well as the differentiation of the geometry.

photo by: Julia Rajs

 

Premiere shown at the exhibition 

Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design

part of Festival CYFEST 13

 

 

Artists

Yves Bartlett (France), Alexey Grachev, Dmitriy Shishov, Andrew Strokov (Russia), Elena Gubanova, Ivan Govorkov (Russia), Alexandra Dementieva (Belgium–Russia), Karina Dracheva, Irina Heinz (Russia), Irina Kalapyshina (Russia), Student collaborative project, St. Petersburg Stieglitz Academy of Art and Design (Russia), Where Dogs Run Group (Russia), Tivon Rice (USA), Laura Stayton, Adam Hogan (USA), Hans Tammen (USA), Alena Tereshko, Valentina Lutsenko, Vadim Yelichev (Russia), Bettina Forget (Canada–Germany), Anna Frants (Russia–USA), Scenocosme (France)

Curators

Anna Frants (Russia-USA), Elena Gubanova (Russia), Patricia Olynyk (USA), Nina Czegledy (Canada), Jerome Nivet-Carzon (France), Lydia Griaznova (Russia)

Mars: Facts and Fiction

The project is curated by independent curator Nina Czegledy (Canada) in collaboration with the Center of Contemporary Art “Łaźnia”, Gdansk, Poland

Mars, also known as the Red Planet, is named for the Roman god of war. Mars has long been an omen in the night sky and the planet remains the source of numerous facts and science fiction. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun. It is also the home to the highest mountain in the solar system, and here the Sun appears about half the size as it does on Earth. There have been many fictional representations of the planet Mars in visual art, literature, films, theater, television and music, and only recently in performance art. In “Mars: Facts and Fiction” we present independent contemporary art projects focused on the Red Planet by two women artists: Marta Flisykowska from Poland and Minna Långström from Finland.

— Nina Czegledy, project curator

www.ghpa.ru