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"Artists..." rewards the landscape of the future

“I started researching more about it and the idea of ​​'cloud seeding' which is a technology used in many countries around the world to stimulate clouds to produce rain. For me this has been something very interesting, which has provoked many of my ideas. It has created many questions for me as an artist about how the skies will change in the future, how far the control of people in the skies will go", said this year's laureate, Renea Begolli.
 

 The Center for Contemporary Art "Stacion", which operates in what used to be the "Prishtina" boxing club, has given the final verdict on this year's artistic journey with "Tomorrow's Artists". There were a total of 11 artists qualified for the competition. On November 10, the exhibition of the three finalists was opened. Along with Begolli, Shkamb Jaka and Arbesa Musa also qualified. Begolli received this year's Prize with the work that elaborates technological interventions in the ecosystem

"Artists of Tomorrow" as an event is a reflection of the creativity of young artists. In essence, the motive is familiarity with the international scene. This is the reward for the first prize - a two-month artistic residency in New York. On Saturday night, Renea Begolli was chosen as the winner for the work "Skies extended". The technological position is primary in the work, setting no limits to how far it can go.

The Center for Contemporary Art "Stacion", which operates in what used to be the "Prishtina" boxing club, has given the final verdict on this year's artistic journey with "Tomorrow's Artists". There were a total of 11 artists qualified for the competition. On November 10, the exhibition of the three finalists was opened. Along with Begolli, Shkamb Jaka and Arbesa Musa also qualified.