Winners List

We have received over 50 artwork submissions. Making a final selection was hard!  We would like to thank all artists for submitting their art works. After days of reviews and discussions, we came up with the short list of participants that we invite to work on this project with us:  Kazakhstan:  Fatima Omir,  Ramil Niyazov, Said Atabekov, Nazira Karimi, Zoya Falkova Mongolia: Zulaa Urchuud, Curatorial project submitted by Dr. Orna Tsultem, … Continue reading “Winners List”

Call for proposals – Extended deadline 31 October

Because of technical delays, we decided to extend the submission deadline (originally 15 October 2020) by two weeks to 31 October. Please send your submissions to contact@asphalt-lines-lives.com until this date. The call for participation (with the new deadline) can be found here: English: Call for contributions (English) Kazakh: Call for contributions (Kazakh) Kyrgyz: Call for contributions (Kyrgyz) Mongolian: Call for contributions (Mongolian) Russian: Call for contributions (Russian) Chinese: Call for … Continue reading “Call for proposals – Extended deadline 31 October”

Call for participation

We invite artists from selected Inner Asian countries to contribute to an interdisciplinary online art project on roads and their social, cultural, political and economic impacts. We invite you to reflect artistically on roads: on how they matter to human and animal life; on the care and work they need in order to persist; how they alter and affect their surroundings; how they decay, transform, disintegrate and bleed into the landscape. … Continue reading “Call for participation”

Collaboration with Natalia Andrianova

The nature of contemporary culture promotes dynamic collaboration among different disciplines and practices. To create a poster for our exhibition, we invited Natalia Andrianova, a Bishkek-based artist and designer. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture and Design at the Kyrgyz National Polytechnic Institute, Natalia works in the medium of photography. She is also engaged in research projects on public spaces and history of Kyrgyzstan.