The final chapter of the Czech, Icelandic and Norwegian collaboration project Frontiers of Solitude took place Feb 4.- 6. in Prague,Czech Rebublic when an exhibition opened with 19 artists and seminar that offered comparison of opinions, experiences, and points of view of artists, curators, and other invited guests on the themes of the Anthropocene, landscape and art.
Frontiers of Solitude focuses on current transformations of the landscape and the close connections between our post-industrial civilization and nature, and fosters collaboration and an exchange of experiences between individual artists, researchers and initiatives across Europe.
Artists: Finnur Arnar Arnarson (IS), Karlotta Blöndal (IS), Gunhild Enger (NO), Þórunn Eymundardóttir (IS), Monika Fryčov (CZ/IS), Tommy Hvik (NO), Elvar Már Kjartansson (IS), Alena Kotzmannov (CZ), Iselin Lindstad Hauge (NO), Julia Martin (DE/IS), Vladimr Merta (CZ), Pavel Mrkus (CZ), Greg Pope (NO), Kristín Rúnarsdóttir (IS), Ivar Smedstad (NO), Vladimir Turner (CZ), Robert Vlask (CZ), Diana Winklerov (CZ), Martin Zet (CZ)
Photographs: Dominik Žižka
Both the exhibition and the symposium are part of the Frontiers of Solitude project, which is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants (Program CZ06 Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Arts). The project is a joint initiative of the Skolska 28 Gallery (Deai/setkn),Atelier Nord and Skaftfell Center for Visual Arts.