EOTNA Kristina Kulikova - SpatialOverloadHQ
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Kristýna Kulíková

"SpatialOverloadHQ"

Digital offset press printing on velin white Natural Evolution paper - 145 grs.
50 x 50 cm
2018
Limited edition of 30 copies - signed and numbered

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Inspired by the track Reese - Power Bass from E-Dancer – Power Bass
Incognito Records – IR-007
1991
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Eotna Clear Frame : Printing pressed between two panels of clear PMMA (5mm thickness) - back clear PMMA wires
55 x 55 cm

Artwork unframed: 50,00€

Artwork framed: 250€

Reception of the item is for:

France / order + 4 days max.
E.U., Switzerland / order + 6 days max.
International, U.S.A., Asia, Australia/ order + 8 days max.


Shipping prices Unframed / Framed :

Paris: Free if meeting at the studio (email us)
France: 12€ / 17€
E.U. Switzerland: 15€ / 18€
International, U.S.A., Asia, Australia: 35€ / 55€

(Insurance of the poster value always included)

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Visual artist

Kristýna Kulíková (currently based in Prague) blends formal language of speculative design with the means of deconstructed typography. In her work, she combines URL deposits with craftworking methods. Information overload is rendered into spatial hallucination. Experimentally-conducted punchlines attack our mind with the strength of the freshest memes.

Long-time collabolator with Anymade Studio. Creator of visual identity for Prague’s forward-thinking club night Medicine and Accu Festival. Part-time VJ for various DJ‘s and producers (such as creator of Durban‘s own gqom genre DJ Lag and more).

She recently created some visuals for Redbull parties and Barbican Center in London.

Record producer 

E-Dancer is the alias of Kevin Sanderson, one of the biggest names in House music history. If he started to produce hit tunes really quick (such as Inner City’s Big Fun, in 1988), his contribution to Detroit music patrimony through his various aliases (E-Dancer, Reese,…) and his KMS Records label is infinite. 

This track reveals the darker side of Detroit house music : Heavy, cosmic with industrial influences all along plus melancholic melodies.

Other examples of the genre can be find in Blake Baxter’s early work (also on KMS Records). 

© eotna 2018