The work of Mojmír Bureš, a graduate of the Department of Photography, was seen by people at Piccadilly Circus in London, K-Pop Square in Seoul and Yunika Vision in Tokio. More than fifty members of the jury, including icons such as Hans Ulrich Obrist, Simone Rocha and Fernando Verderi, selected the work of Mojmír Bureš for this year's Circa x Dazed Class 2021 from a total of 2,000 entries. In addition to the aforementioned two-and-a-half-minute film presentations, he gained a year-round approach to making at Dazed Studios in central London.
From the selection of these young artists, Marina Abramovič will select a lucky one who will receive £ 30,000 from the #CIRCAECONOMY art support collection, ie the sale of prints by CIRCA artists, including Patti Smith, Ai Weiwei and David Hockney.
CIRCA and Dazed continue their commitment to supporting the talent of the future. Together, they nominated a jury that represents the international creative community and includes some of the world's leading leaders in art, design, film, photography, music, movement, fashion and culture, including Cauleen Smith, Jefferson Hack, Frank Lebon, Hugo Comte, Simone Rocha. , Dexter Navy, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Ib Kamara, Priya Ahluwalia, Caleb Femi, Lawrence Lek, Sabine Getty or Jenn Nkiru.
CIRCA x Dazed The Class of 2021 was co-created by CIRCA with the title Dazed, to support the upcoming generation of artists working with the moving image. With declining public art, declining investment in arts education and vulnerable artists' communities, this joint initiative aims to empower young people through creativity and a platform to present their communities globally, providing unrivaled media exposure available through CIRCA and Dazed.
5. October 2021