5. 7. – 13. 9. 2016

Galerija mesta Ptuj v sklopu 17. edicije največjega slovenskega festivala vizualne umetnosti gosti kar štiri razstave; vsaka je drugačna, a vse so raziskovalno usmerjene v prihodnost. V prvi sobi gosti Snow Yunxue Fu in Béatrice Lartigue z njunima interaktivnima prostorskima projektoma Kras 360 in Narcis, v dveh sobanah pa je na ogled lebdeča krajina korejske umetnice Jeongmoon Choi, z naslovom V-sredi, ki s pomočjo UV-svetlobe in posebnih niti ustvarja nove, futuristične prostore. Dve fotografski razstavi pod taktirko kustosov Carla Sale in Alessandre Maccari z naslovom Nemirne pokrajine in Nemirne pokrajine prihodnosti prikazujejo osebne poglede skupno petih avtorjev: Olivo Barbieri, Andrea Botto, Silvia Camporesi, The Cool Couple in Discipula, ki opozarjajo na krhko sedanjost in negotovo prihodnost.

The Ptuj City Gallery for the 17th edition of the slovenian biggest visal art event Art Stays showcases as much as four exhibitions, each unique in itself, yet all research-oriented towards the future. In the first room, there are interactive spatial projects Karst 360 and Narcisse by Snow Yunxue Fu and Béatrice Lartigue; In-between, a floating landscape by South Korean artist Jeongmoon Choi who creates new, futuristic spaces with the use of UV light and special threads, takes over two of the gallery’s halls. Two photo exhibitions under the curatorship of Carlo Sala and Alessandra Maccari, titled Restless Landscapes and Restless Landscapes of the Future, feature personal views of five authors – Olivo Barbieri, Andrea Botto, Silvia Camporesi, The Cool Couple, and Discipula – on the subject of a fragile present and uncertain future.