(Georgia, Tbilisi)


Changing decisions is hard, sometimes impossible. Steps forward must be chosen carefully; spoken words can be very powerful. Every time I go hunting for my dreams, I use the motto “Be careful what you wish for” to define what is necessary and what is not in life. “I wish you happy hunting”

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Georgian born artist Mikheil Sulakauri has an interdisciplinary base and utilizes a wide spectrum of artistic practices. As a socially motivated artist based in Tbilisi, his work addresses local urban issues affecting his beloved city, including unregulated gentrification, abandoned spaces and their owners and governmental indifference to environmental protection and air pollution. Tbilisi is full of his visual signs. On wall surfaces, they transform into concepts and meanings, making the buildings themselves into symbolic landmarks.