Nomadism means changing a residential location in search of better living conditions. Nomads travel to survive.Read More
Opening Performances by Students of Performance Art Studio UAP: Barbara Deczkowska, Marta Drozdova, Martyna Hadyńska, Leann Herlihy, Justyna Kuchta, Szymon Kula, Paulina Pankiewicz, Patrycja Plich, Julia Popławska, Petro Riaska, Vitalll Shupliak, Mateusz Smoczyk, Paweł Tymcio, Witold Walny.Read More
Although the opening of the exhibition entitled “Off the record”, is scheduled for two days before a possible second round of presidential elections, the organizers reserve that it does not apply, in any way, to the current political situation. The artists invited to the project, are focused in on a more universal content, such as: memory, process, social relationships and motherhood.Read More
Participating artists: Janusz Bałdyga, Valentina Bardazzi, Marcin Berdyszak, Jakub Bolewski, Marta Bosowska, Sławomir Brzoska, Elena Gavrisch, Martyna Hadyńska, Leann Herlihy, Szymon Kula, Dominik lejman, Sarah Lüdemann, Adam Łuczak, Mirco Magnani, Paulina Kempisty, Paulina Pankiewicz, Julia Popławska, Patrycja Plich, Łukasz Prus-Niewiadomski, Przemysław Przepióra, Petro Riaska, Fried Rosenstock, Roland Schefferski, Mateusz Smoczyk, Paweł Tymcio.Read More
Behind Images brings together two artists whose concerns lie primarily in the abstraction and partial presence of altered photographs. To question what was and what could be, Schefferski and Jordan in turn take, remove and distort flat photographic images from contemporaryculture.Read More
Language ossifying in the buildings of Academia seeks refuge in children and “mad” poets (Raoul Hausmann).
The above provocative statement by the German artist Raoul Hausmann, one of the leading figures of early twentieth century avant-garde, sets the tone for an innovative approach to the matter of letter, word and book, an inspiration for ever new artists, starting with the first experiments with the new recording of text used by the Futurists (“words at large”) and the Dadaists (simultaneous poetry, opto phonetic poetry), through the creative experiments of the Lettristes, concrete poets and sonore poets, Fluxus, artists of the artbooks and liberature, until present-day works connected with cyber poetry and hypertext, based on cutting-edge computer technology.
Murray Anderson, Mirela Bistran, Mustafa Boga, Przemysław Branas, Giles Bunch, Caren Hession, Tobiasz Jędrak, Monika Karczmarczyk, Edyta Kowalewska, Robert Kowalski, Zofia Cecylia Kuligowska, Ruth Lyons, Piotr Madej, Agnieszka Majewska, James McCann, Fernando García Méndez, Filippo Francesco Montalbano, Weronika Naskręcka, Lars Ellefsen Nordby, Anssi Pulkkinen, Iwo Rachwał, Tullia La Rosa, Martyna Rzepecka, Jana Shostak, Kolbrun Inga Gunnlaugsdottir Söring, Łukasz Stylec, Taro Takizawa, Dorota Tylka, Wojciech Ulman, Mary Vettise, Adam Walker, Kim Wilson, Elizabeth Wright.Read More
„What I propose, therefore,
is very simple: it is nothing more than to think what we are doing.“
Hannah Arendt, Vita Activa