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Monika Bulanda was born on 13 April, 1983 in Kraków, Poland. At 37 years old, Monika Bulanda height not available right now. We will update Monika Bulanda's height soon as possible.

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Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 13 April 1983
Birthday 13 April
Birthplace Kraków, Poland
Nationality Poland

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2018

Probably the most romantic reflection of twentieth-century thought is the naive belief that the world will become a more liveable place once man realises the ongoing ‘evil’ and opens his eyes to it. At the same time, ironically, while perception of scientific and technological progress and enlightenment is present and reshaping our world, it has also redefined the social norms. Monika Bulanda projects the paradoxes, reflections and exorbitances of past century onto her works in her recent exhibition. Not only through the techniques and materials used in her works, but also via the structural connotations of toile, can be seen, the traces which put forward Bulanda's artistic practise. However, contrary to her previous series, the artist explores an abstract space rather than material themes, along with ‘journey of the unknown’.

In Schrödinger's experiment, one of the best metaphors which shows the impact of the spectator on reality; A cat is in a box filled with gunpowder where the possibility of exploding is fifty percent. At the end of one minute, the probability of cat being alive or dead is statistically equal and the cat is in superposition (to the conductor); that is, the cat is both alive and dead. Whether the cat is alive or dead can be seen only when the box is opened. In other words, ‘the curiosity of spectator’s eyes is the one who kills the cat (and creates the reality)’. Similarly, the eye in Bulanda's works appears to us as a metaphor which creates alternative realities and dimensions. Notwithstanding that no dead cat is there, we can say that the reality (or the dimension) in the works is a creation of the subject. Being considered from a different angle ‘man has been stealing the mystery of God’ in artist's expressing, this mystery is indeed the act of creation.

The materials used in the works and the colours and forms changing according to the spectator's perspective, are as it were, the traces which declare that the act of creation has been democratised. Theoretically, when looked at by different individuals at the same time, the work that each spectator sees by representing only one out of infinite possibilities will offer a new dimension and reality in each instance. In this sense, it is possible to say that Bulanda directly associates the spectator at the exhibition space with the eye in her work and the one creating the work is entirely ‘the gaze’ of the spectator in parallel with Schrödinger's experiment. Besides having defined the act of gaze as a power relation, Bulanda uses this metaphor as a reflection of current political atmosphere. Now the eye points to the stranglehold of the ‘man in power’ while the variational and lubricious space on the toile indicates the distorted ‘reality’. It becomes possible to see the traces of süper modernity on the surfaces where real and fiction, rational and irrational blend together. Especially the indistinct architectural structure in which the works turn into spaces that capture ‘the spirit of time’ as well as carrying out the traces of thoughts which Auge conceptualised as ‘non-place’. The essential question for the spectator lies in the intersection of these narratives. Following the established logic, is it possible to centralise the concept of ‘power’ if man is both the master of the reality which he has created by his own gaze and the victim of the gaze (reality) imposed to himself? If not, is it meaningful to fight against ‘man in power’ or where is the field of conflict? Having revealed or recognised all of these relations, would a change be possible or would life continue as aware cynical subjects? All of these questions will find their answers in the reality created by the eyes gazing at Bulanda's work or surrender to a metanarrative.

2015

Invited by American bass player Tony Jones to join his project in Turkey for couple of months she came to Bodrum but after she moved to İstanbul and continues to live there. She collaborates with Turkish pop singer Kenan Doğulu as well as Mabel Matiz playing percussion. She is also drummer on popular TV Show in Turkey- Elin Oğlu. She recorded drums for turkish guitarist Bilal Karaman on his album Bahane and Turkish pianist Selen Gülün with her project Kadın Matınesı. She is involved in many Dj acts as well as appearing on Jazz Festivals and concerts through collaborations with jazz musicians. Besides collaborating with many Turkish musicians she is developing her music project - she is writing music, lyrics and singing. İn April 2015 she released her solo pop album Forever İ'll Be Young that she produced herself under Turkish music label 3 Adım Müzik.

2010

She planned to enter art school, but due to her allergy of paints which was only the excuse to prevent her from "Bohemian youth in arts schools" she finally entered linguistic school. For many years she continued painting as a hobby, and collaborated on different art projects of other artists. After visiting New York in 2010 inspired by its architecture and it's multi cultural aspect, she developed her unique mixed technique which is collage with 3D acrylic contours. Soon after she signed a contract with one of the biggest galleries of contemporary art in İstanbul. Her works were presented at Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair and aroused big interest of art collectors. Soon after she opened couple of group and solo exhibitions. She collaborated with Dutch artist Mathilde ter Heijne on her project and also Levent Kunt on his project at the Depo Culture Centre.

1983

Monika Bulanda ( born on 13 April 1983 in Cracow Poland) musician and visual artist. From very early age Bulanda showed strong interest in art, music, theatre, sport, language and culture finally choosing music and art as her main focus. She collaborated with different artists on music and art projects while living in China, Turkey and also short time India, Malaysia, France and other places around the world. She supports the phenomena of multipotentiality described by Emilie Wapnick in her TED speeches. She currently works and lives in Istanbul Turkey.