Different People, Ram Galerie, Rotterdam

06-09-1992 t/m 11-10-1992

Group exhibition as part of the Rotterdam Photo Biennial, 1992.
Krystyna Ziach Different People, Ram Galerie, Rotterdam
Space of Imagination
Lambda-print, 168 x 125 cm, edition 5
Melancholy 1989-1990

Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK

23-05-1992 t/m 28-06-1992

Touring exhibition organised by the South Bank Centre London, curated by Alexandra Noble
With a.o. W. Doherty, J. Barry, G. Cadieux.
Tour in UK 1991-1992:
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Camden Arts Centre, London
Arnolfini, Bristol

The Outer Space Exhibition features eight international artists whose large-scale installations explore new developments in the use and video and photo -based technology.These artists use images which push beyond self-contained framed boundaries and spill over into an outer space. Their work creates a range of image environments which are cultural, political, technological or historical /.../
Alexandra Noble, the South Bank Centre, curator of the exhibition Outer Space.
*read more: Outer Space / Krystyna Ziach, text by Alexandra Noble, curator of the South Bank Centre, London and director of the Estorick Museum in London; text from the catalogue Outer Space, The South Bank Centre, London, 1991, on the website: www.krystynaziach.com/documents
Krystyna Ziach Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Outer Space
Catalogue, text by A. Noble, 32 pages, published by The South Bank Centre, 1991, London, UK
Krystyna Ziach Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Our Space, Arnolfini, Bristol, 1992, UK
This installation is composed of 3 photo-sculptures installed with related sand & pebble gardens and sound tape
Photographs, diasec, mirror, charcoal, wooden frames, sand and pebbles

...The configurations of sand and pebbles are a new development extending the wall works onto the floor of the gallery ...
Alexandra Noble, curator of the South Bank Centre, London and director of the Estorick Museum in London; text from the catalogue Outer Space, The South Bank Centre, London, 1991, UK
Krystyna Ziach Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Outer Space, Arnolfini, Bristol, 1992, UK
Krystyna Ziach Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Outer Space
Catalogue, text by A. Noble, 32 pages, published by The South Bank Centre, 1991, London, UK

Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Camden Arts Center, London

20-03-1992 t/m 26-04-1992

Touring exhibition organised by the South Bank Centre London, curated by Alexandra Noble
With a.o. W. Doherty, J. Barry, G. Cadieux.
Tour in UK 1991-1992
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Camden Arts Centre, London
Arnolfini, Bristol
Krystyna Ziach Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Camden Arts Center, London
Outer Space, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1991, curated by Alexandra Noble, South Bank Centre, London
This installation is composed of 3 photo-sculptures installed with related sand & pebble gardens and sound tape
Photographs, diasec, mirror, charcoal, wooden frames, sand and pebbles

/.../ As from her participation, in 1992, in the international group show Outer Space in the UK- where she was represented with three installations from the Japan series-Ziach has also been using the space around the photo sculptures. On the floor in front of some of the works she sprinkles geometrical patterns of shell sand, charcoal and pulverized marble. A rigidly raked field of immaculately white shell sand in the shape of a semicircle-with a centre of charcoal- suggests a small part of a meditative Zen garden at the foot of the triptych The Anatomy of the Big Buddha /.../
*read more:"The infinite reflection of everything in everything; A Chamber of Mirrors", text by Mirelle Thijsen, art critic, Het Financieele Dagblad, 1994, NL, on the website: www.krystynaziach.com/press review
Krystyna Ziach Outer Space, 8 Photo & Video Installations, Camden Arts Center, London
Outer Space, Camden Arts Centre, 1992, London, UK