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Vasulka Kitchen Brno Opens

The Vasulka Kitchen Brno opens on October 30th in The Brno House of Arts in Czech Republic. The Vasulka Kitchen Brno (VKB) is a place for research, artistic experiment and informal education in the field of new media art. It consists of the archive of Steina and Woody Vasulkas work and a permanent exhibition of their selected works. It organizes events aimed at commemorating and developing the artistic and philosophical legacy of the Vasulkas, the world renowned pioneers of new media art with personal ties to the city of Brno, and to support new media production.

For more information please visit the website of the Vasulka Kitchen Brno.


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Steina at Peter Blum Gallery

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