17.11.2011 Q&A with Jana Bubelinyová
Jana Bubelinyová graduated from the Faculty of Arts in Košice in the Studio of Contemporary Painting under the guidance of Professor Rudolf Sikora and Adam Szentpétery. She focuses on the issue of sexuality and corporeality, combining painting and reproduced photography. Her works are attractive and provocative, often resorting to strong color contrasts.
A: Realising that what I do makes sense.
A: In some countries, investing in art is very popular. What’s so attractive about it? Except for increasing the value of money, it also offers something more. People find art delightful. They discover new authors, invest in them and support them. They organize exhibitions to help them become famous and thus increase the demand for their art. And why my art in particular? Well, because my art is a delight.
A: I would. I’d try to do bigger things. And by bigger, I mean bigger in size and also more physically challenging. Maybe even my own view of “corporeality” would be different, as well as the sense of colour. It would be a nice change. When I was a child, I tried to pee standing up.