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Mina Atanassova solo show


Fear Play is an immersive installation that explores the potent grip of fear, a pivotal part of Mina Atanasova’s artistic practice. In her first solo exhibition, she ventures further into the enigmatic tapestry, seeking to unravel the perplexing facets of fear's influence on reality. The installation employs 97 translucent glass bricks. Their property of dispersing light while providing visual obscuration makes us experience the distortion of senses when in a state of fear. Like an enchantress, fear conjures fantastical imagery, casting a kaleidoscope of illusions before our eyes, ensnaring our comprehension of self and the world.

Mina Atanassova is a Fine Art graduate from the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague. In her work she uses a variety of mediums, mainly focusing on the topic of traditions, rituals, and their relationship with fear. With a combination of different materials, she builds light and stripped-back spaces, leaving an area for questions and conversations.

The exhibition is realised with the support of the National Culture Fund.


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