In the 23rd issue of Contemporary Czech Art in Berlin we present Paula Ďurinová.
Paula Ďurinová is a documentary filmmaker, visual artist and writer living and working in Berlin. She graduated from Documentary Filmmaking at the class of Olga Sommerová at the Academy of Arts in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia and spent a semester at AGRFT in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She was the participant of IDFAcademy (2017) and Summer School of Ethnographic Filmmaking in the Czech Republic (2013).
Paula produced and directed short documentary films in Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Moldova, Czechia and Slovakia and collaborated with various arts and human-rights institutions and collectives. In 2010, she co-founded a platform for documentary film Living documentary.
Her essays are published in Slovakia and internationally. She engages in research-based practices and collaborates with various disciplines - audiovisual performances, text and photography.
Paula works as anartistic director of ACUD Galerie in Berlin. She co-curated the exhibition, performance and reading program Do Not Touch (2020) and curated the last exhibition project at ACUD Galerie It's Not Your Fault. She is currently studying Experimental Film in the class of Nina Fischer at the UDK - Berlin University of the Arts.
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