9 May 2019
30 Jun 2019
Thailand Bangkok Bangkok Art & Culture Centre
13 Nov 2014
14 Nov 2014
Estonia Tartu Y-galerii
20 Aug 2012
8 Sep 2012
Austria Graz Rotor
Maribor <edu> Graz presents the exhibition Lesson 1: A Temporary, Improvised contex of Communication, a joint project by Son:DA and <rotor> (Graz)
30 Jun 2012
21 Jul 2012
Austria Graz Rotor
Maribor <edu> Graz presents the exhibition Lesson 1: A Temporary, Improvised contex of Communication, a joint project by Son:DA and < rotor > (Graz)
son:DA creates in various media: computer mouse drawings, space installations and mixed digital/analogue installations and systems. It uses technology both as a theme and a mode of creative production. Their anxious heavy contour lines and deliberately simple flat forms depict the symptoms of an absurdly overwhelmed society struggling with alienation. Topically they speak (and link) new and old technologies, but in a critical and ironical way. Recently son:DA has started to explore also the field of (audiovisual) performance. son:DA widely cooperates and exhibits home and abroad.
Beside the participation on the numerous international exhibitions son:DA has recently prepared solo exhibitions in Maribor Art Gallery (son:DA print), in Vaska Emanouilova Gallery in Sofia (Items of the Room) and in Mario Mauroner Contemporaray art in Vienna (Last Supper Alias not so Recent Works). In 2007 it exhibited at the 27th Biennial of Graphic Arts. In the same year son:DA received the Golden Bird Award and the OHO Group Award.
son:DA engages also in stage design, regularly collaborating with Mini Theatre (with the Kurent performance it participated at Borštnik Theatre Festival in Maribor), with Emanat Institute, and with Muzeum Institute.
son:DA regularly engages also in curatorial practice. In 2004 it co-established the Garage for Art Photography (gUF) in Pekarna and in 2007 moved its programme to the Ex-garage venue in Gregorčičeva Street in Maribor.
Curatorial projects since 2004 have also included DI_alog (Maribor Art Gallery), the 2010 edition of the International Festival of Computer Arts (IFCA) and publishing projects within the ToX-edition (KIBLA Multimedia Centre, Maribor).
In 2008 son:DA created a foundation to support new structures of funding contemporary art practice and research in Eastern Europe. In 2009 it supported the International Festival of Computer Arts (IFCA), the EARZOOM Sonic Arts Festival 2010, and the painter Uroš Potočnik.