Bojana Križanec

The Future is Now
10 March – 1 April 2017
artKIT , Glavni trg 14, Maribor, Slovenia

Friday, 10 March 2017 at 6 p. m. – exhibition opening
Saturday, 11 March 2017 at 10 a. m. – breakfast with the artist

You are kindly invited to attend the opening of the exhibition The Future is Now by Bojana Križanec, on Friday, 10 March 2017, at 6 p. m., at the artKIT exhibition space, Glavni trg 14, Maribor.

The following day, on Saturday, 11 March 2017, you are invited to join us for a breakfast and discussion with the artist between 10 a. m. and 12 a. m..

The future is now!

“The year 2050. What awaits us according to the “vision” of the Slovenian government and its distant future? Are we going to create countless success stories? People are the country’s greatest asset, we are innovative, and change ideas into action. The vision announced by the government seems utopian, at least considering the fact that the social conditions of the individual are deteriorating, and intolerance to the fellow humans is increasing. Corruption pervades every aspect of life. People are getting old. How can we know what is to happen in 2050, if we don’t even know about tomorrow?”  – Bojana Križanec

Bojana Križanec   (Celje, 1973) graduated in sculpting from the Famul Stuart School of Applied Arts in Ljubljana. Her previous solo exhibitions in Maribor include the Association of Visual Artists’ (DLUM) Gallery, the Media Nox Gallery, and the Maribor Art Gallery, where she participated in the Portrait and Self-Portrait exhibition. Her works have also been presented in Celje (Gallery of Contemporary Art Celje, Račka Gallery of Erotic Art) and Piran (Herman Pečarič Gallery), and in numerous group exhibitions. She won the award for the most original work at the ex-tempore ceramics exhibition in Piran, at the exhibition The Sublime in Sculpture at the City Hall Gallery in Ljubljana. Her works were recently included in a group exhibition at the Vžigalica Gallery in Ljubljana, as part of the project Ljubljana Bows to Slovenia – Greetings from Celje, by curator Jani Pirnat. Bojana Križanec received the May Salon Award of the Union of Slovenian Fine Arts Association (ZDSLU).