Mans tend to have a concern related to spiritual, mental or physical balance of life.
The exhibition project aims to involve works in relationship to the subject of human health. The idea is to reflect diverse features and knowledge related to health. The exhibition standpoint is not limited by contemporary, but can include traditional and spiritual views on reasons and results of human conditions.
„Searching for right formulations, I tried to interpret Georgian word “health”. I realized that it’s a combined word of two different ones: “power” and “complete” (together: “complete power”). Shortly I also got to know, that the word “power” in etymologically means the “soul”. In another words, having “complete soul” means being Healthy.
While sharing this idea to people from different countries, I realized that the topic provoked unique reflections hinting to the existence of fertile ground for a multi-dimensional observation. „ Wato Tsereteli.
Artists: Nino Sekhniashvili / Gegi Khaburzania / Keti Siamashvili / Mamuka Japaridze / Kote Sulaberidze / Gio Sumbadze
Curator: Wato Tsereteli