“Spirituality is the desire for the absolute. It is a journey of searching and the ability to learn about the world. Man in the context of transcendental philosophy, as developed by Immanuel Kant in the 18th century, is considered to be a subject exploring the possibilities of every experience where one cannot see or hear things other than in space and time. This engagement through the senses was expanded in the 20th century by a language and its structures that influence our cognition. All cognition is thus subjective and its subject-matter is a world that can be grasped by the senses. The search for a transcendental perception of the world is a key moment of Slovak artist Dorota Sadovská’s and Irish artist Alannah Robins’s exhibition called Spirit  Spirituality and corporeality are embodied in their artwork, but each from a different subjective artistic point of view.”

  • curator Lenka Sýkorová

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