Performance at Troyan 1997

In 1997 at a plainer at Troyan School of Ceramics after her return form UK where she completed her Higher education Nia Pushkarova returned with a completely different approach towards arts and ceramics. The performance included projection of slides of different images onto a wall made of molds – used in the school to teach students in molding technics of ceramic practice. Her association and allegory is connected with molding young minds in a shared molding practice in educational system. To break that algorithm a free mind and creative expression is needed and she is solidly backing that thought with the performance, where she burned fire torches behind the mold wall under the tunes of Massive attack and Portis head.