Exhibition details

Chemistry of the Mind

Exhibition opening
09.03.2024 @ 5.30 pm

Exhibition opening time
09.03.2024 – 30.03.2024

ASNA Gallery,
2 Asna Square, Scartagh, Clonakilty, Co. Cork,
P85 AK24, Ireland

An opportunity to witness one of Kaja’s latest works.

A Glimpse into the Exhibition

About the Exhibition

“Chemistry of the Mind” is an artistic exploration that bridges the gap between the abstract and the tangible, the seen and the unseen.

Through a series of seven images, Karolina Kaja Kant interprets the invisible reactions and interactions within the human mind, translating these complex  processes into captivating visual art. Each collage is inviting viewers to a visual journey that stretches the boundaries of imagination.

Artist's Vision

Kaja’s work is a reflection on the pure chemistry that exists both within us and in the world around us. “This exhibition seeks to uncover the chemistry of thoughts, dreams, and emotions,” Kaja explains.

“By visualizing these intangible elements, ‘Chemistry of the Mind’ aims to provoke thought, inspire wonder, and evoke a deeper understanding of our internal landscapes.”

Featured Artworks

Behind the Scenes: Journey of the Exhibition

First Impressions: The Opening Night

A heartfelt thank you to everyone who created a wonderfully local and intimate atmosphere in the charming Clonakilty Community Arts Centre, nestled in the heart of Clonakilty. It was a precious time for me, filled with meaningful encounters and real connections that I treasure far beyond any social media interaction. The energy was amazing, and meeting so many incredible people made the event truly special. 🎨💖
Swipe through to see some moments from the opening ➡

Exploring the Exhibition

Delving deeper into ‘Chemistry of the Mind’, each piece in this series is a reflection on the intricate dance between our inner worlds and the universe beyond. From the raw emotion captured in ‘Juggling the Expanse’ to the contemplative depth of ‘Astronomy Calibration’, the journey through these artworks is both personal and universal.
This series is not just an exhibition; it’s an invitation to explore the boundaries of imagination and reality. And yes, for those who have asked, these pieces are looking for their forever homes. 🌌🖼️

Gratitude to the Gallery

The Asna Gallery, with its dry, spacious floors underfoot and walls that carry the spirit of times gone by, brought a unique magic to my exhibition. The charming imperfections and the warmth of its aged character enveloped us all in a cozy embrace, making each artwork shine even brighter. A big thank you to the Clonakilty Community Arts Centre for being such a wonderful host and for adding an extra layer of comfort and warmth to the experience. The synergy between art and space has never felt more right. ✨🖼️
Here’s a glimpse of the gallery that became a home to my creations this month. 🏛️