Unfinished Art Space is an independent, artist-run, nomadic space founded by Magerita Pule in Malta 2019. Unfinished Art Space is a proactive project, that wants to remould the art scene in Malta into something that is more innovative giving artists a space to experiment within their community and to exhibit to a broad audience.
This cultural project works with an open collaborative ethos, creating opportunities for artists, facilitating the creation of contemporary art, and encouraging risk-taking in contemporary art-practice in a local context. Unfinished Art Space is ‘unfinished’ and does not have its own space, but operates flexibly and nomadically.
The first exhibition takes place under the title Daily Bread at The Mill in Birkirkara, Malta, 1 – 14 August 2019 with works by Letta Shtohryn and Margerita Pulè. Daily Bread takes its lead from systems of clientelism and corruption within societies. It makes reference to bread and salt as indispensable parts of life, but also refers to the double-meaning of dough in terms of money and the value of salt in history.
Daily Bread is an exhibition of work by Letta Shtohryn and Margerita Pulè at historic windmill in Birkirkara, run by the Gabriel Caruana Foundation, The Mill. Both artists participated as well into the Mahalla Festival Malta 2018. At the Daily Bread exhibition both the artists will use an interdisciplinary approach, working in digital media, installation, sculpture and performance.