We cordially invite you to the opening and exhibition at the Consulate General of the Slovak Republic in Brussels as part of the Photo Brussels Festival event. ​


  • Ateliér Franz Charlet

    • Representative premises of the General Consulate of the Slovak Republic in Brussels; Avenue Molière 195, Brussels, Belgium


  • Exhibition opening: February 9, 2024 at 6:00 p.m

    • Duration of the exhibition: February 10 – March 5, 2024


*The event takes place in the context of the international event Photo Brussels Festival. More at www.photobrusselsfestival.com.



On February 9, 2024, at 6:00 p.m., the opening of a collective photo exhibition of the authors Jana Ilková, Dominika Jackuliková, Lenka Lukačovičová and Eduard Kudláč will be held in the premises of the gallery of the General Consulate of the Slovak Republic, entitled: "Limits of Uncertainty". For this project, an informal association of artists working with a similar image code created a concept for the composition of photographs that, in different styles and photographic methods, reflect the increasingly topical theme of uncertainty, fear of the future and the desire for at least provisional (fixed) points of our existence.

The world is not always fully comprehensible and some things may be beyond the scope of our knowledge. In the context of life or decision-making, it can mean coming across a place where it is not possible to accurately estimate the outcome, and where it is necessary to face risk - a place lying on the border (tension) between the known and the unknown, certainty and uncertainty. The phrase "Limits of Uncertainty" tries to outline the area where epistemological certainty reaches its limits and where space opens for the ontological question of uncertainty. It points to the existence of limits to our cognitive abilities, which prevent us from achieving certainty in various things. There are areas where we are confronted with the unknown and the results are difficult to predict. The collective exhibition of the authors aims to inspire thinking about how we deal with uncertainty (not only from a philosophical point of view) and how this uncertainty affects our understanding of reality and our position in it.

Exhibiting Artists:

Jana Ilková (*1978)

is an artist working mainly with the medium of analog black-and-white photographic images. She has been creating the Diary project for a long time, in which she reflects on various personal and social topics. Her work was presented at many individual and collective exhibitions

Lenka L. Lukačovičová (*1987)

is an artist who combines photography with performance and installation in her practice. She has been documenting the Trnávka district for a long time. She currently works as the head of one of the studios at the Department of Photography and New Media at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. She exhibited in important galleries in Slovakia and the Czech Republic and participated in many prestigious foreign art festivals.

Dominika Jackuliaková (*1989)

is a photographer who lives and works in Bratislava. Since completing her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, she has been documenting fragments of the inhabited landscape around Lučenec. She works mainly with unmanipulated analog photographic images. She exhibited individually and collectively in Slovakia and abroad.

Eduard Kudláč (*1972)

director, photographer, curator of photography. He studied theater direction at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. He presented his works at more than two dozen collective or individual exhibitions in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.



The project was supported by the AFAD in cooperation with the General Consulate of the Slovak Republic under the brand Slovenský dom in Brussels. The media partner of the project is the Slovak Press Agency (TASR) and dokumentmagazin.sk.