Bright House [Jasny Dom] operated for six months in 2015, constituting presupposed environment-specific intervention into the artistic/bourgeois fabric of the city.
In the propounded formula the city no longer works as a shell, a machine to live in or a management model vs a composition of complex human relationships.
on-going performance and exhibition-based narration, dealing with national identity, typography, surrealism, and divination
Paweł Kruk reverses the traditional economy of the Museum – here the gift goes outside...
The exhibition touches upon the question of diverse experiencing the matter of the mountain, getting to know it, but also simply being-in-the-world: not so much of cognitive being opposite to, but of being in and next to.
The pre-prepared “attempt” is an attempt to/at strike, protest or revolt against the present oppression of past conditions to resolve in a hopefully bet- tered future, a social improvement.
Whilst mindful of the natural environment, the artists adopt a contrarian stance on land art, and embark on a plan for bio-euthanasia.
The experience of Nowa Huta’s unfinished utopia goes along with an equally multilayered visual archive representing a number of simultaneous policies on working with the image.
The project serves as an opportunity to explore the theme of the figure of Satan himself – timidly exorcised from the Polish culture, a symbol of rebellion and knowledge, a new beginning.
Because it is there.
History does not drive camels anymore but it’s still eating dust. Etel Adnal, "Seasons"
We are living in a time of surplus, also overabundance of uncertainty.
Some stagger and fall, after all it's not easy banging your heart against some mad buggers (Pink Floyd, "Outside the Wall")
What will art be like in the future? What senses will be contained in this concept? Is art going to have any point at all?
The exhibition is a kind of tribute to Gene Youngblood - one of the key theorists of culture and new media
Repose is a need of suspension, but also of a non-obvious relation between work and a break.
Reading collectivity is a complex process – we feel an itch to have a look at lines that follow, at words that have not been said or gestures that have not been made, to see what is behind the thick wall of the term “collectively”.