Plan for Action 2
the fridge, Sofia
the fridge was founded in 2009 by Natalia Todorova and Ivana Nencheva as an experimental project and space for responsible art – art that will not accept to be patronised or castrated. Art that takes the risk of answering for itself.
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The project Plan for Action consists of a series of exhibitions by different authors, who explore art as a completely free and therefore responsible act.
The exhibitions do not have a common title, motto, statement or slogan, as usually required by most administratively or institutionally organized art events seeking to promote the contemporary art. The exhibitions will not have a curator. Instead they will include an open platform for discussion between the author and the audience. Our wish is to concentrate our energy and efforts on observing the artistic scene that develops itself into an independent but coherent environment.
At the end of 2015 was initiated the second edition of the project – Plan for Action 2, in which the participants were invited, if they wish, to invite themselves a guest within the project – a partner, with whom to talk and exchange ideas in the working process.
The following artists took part in the project:
Iliyana Kancheva / guest Krassimir Terziev
Image Don’t Cost a Thing
13 November 2015 - 25 November 2015
Natalia Jordanova / guest Rebeca Rui
Hyper Self You Are She, We Are She
29 December 2015 - 14 January 2016
Voin de Voin / guest Gael Bukand
How Do You Picture It?
25 January 2016 - 09 February 2016
Rayna Teneva / guest Lachezar Boyadjiev
Ten Square Meters
18 February 2016 - 28 February 2016
The project Plan for Action and its supplement program Art Talks include presentation of authors who investigate the art as an action and responsibility. It took place on March 5, 2016 in the New Conference Hall of Sofia University.
Plan for Action/Art Talks seeks to reinforce the sharing of critical attitude and politics in defining the models of representation, intersection and collaboration.