The Isolation Collection was initiated in Prague, in an even more Kafkaesque climate than usual.
Artists witness and reflect upon world events, and for those of us who cannot stop being productive, even in lockdown, we have created this platform.
The Isolation Collection invites international artists to share their thoughts, stories and works relating to and/or born during these unusual and transformative times.
Our online collection will hopefully lead to a series of physical exhibition projects in a mask-free, crowd-friendly future.
For this second edition, we keep the Kafka theme with "Description of a Struggle". As things begin to reopen we are struck with a feeling of being 'in-between'. The artists in our next edition are invited to describe their own struggles, and their experience taking these uncertain steps out of isolation.
All mediums will be considered.
You can send a brand new piece made in lockdown or an older one which has suddenly become relevant to the current situation.
The current theme is: "Description of a struggle"
The Current deadline is: JUNE 15
Please send your application to:
Robert Carrithers is a photographer, filmmaker and artist working in Prague, Berlin and New York. He also produces international art events and installations.
Hagai Segev is an independent art curator and art critique active in Prague and Tel Aviv: Initiating and producing projects in contemporary art.
Jo Blin is a multimedia artist currently based in Prague. She's a co-founder of the shared art studio Obejvák and a member of the Zvlášt' Collective.
Artist, author and reader of the Tarot; Michael is co-founder of the Alt-Art Society an all inclusive, multi-national art organisation and a member of the Prague-based Zvlášť Collective.