The co-curator of the Place Called Space program.
She is involved in projects concerning collaborative structures, especially ones that explore the relation between art and the public domain, as well as the issue of art production beyond the market framework. She is also concerned with the problem of creative freedom and its implications for copyrighting in regards to contemporary art. In 2012 she curated the exhibition Rękawiczki Jeffa Koonsa (Jeff Koons’ Gloves) at CSW Kronika in Bytom and edited a publication under the same title. Recently she has curated a program (…) Behind Togetherness [nGbK and Galeria HIT / transit.sk, 2014]. Since 2013 she collaborates with Imago Mundi Foundation. She is based in Kraków.
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“If we want everything to remain the same, everything must change”. (Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampdeusa, Il Gattopardo)
We are going to examine the actual vector of the question posed to Mallory as well as the core meaning of his answer: because it is there.
In a day-long activity, inscribed into the mythological full-time employment system eight-hour work day, the author, together with men and women participants, challenges the notion of the museum as an idyllic – almost ideal – space.
“City Diary” is a long-term ongoing research project based on observation of cities (Berlin, Seoul, New York, Krakow, Tarnow, Warsaw). It can be perceived as a game.
Mateusz Kula leads us along his own way of thinking about the transition, or in fact along a number of ways. Rejecting the official narrative about the bygone area, he reaches for found objects, for discarded, unfinished tales
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”.
History does not drive camels anymore but it’s still eating dust. Etel Adnal, "Seasons"
Repose is a need of suspension, but also of a non-obvious relation between work and a break.
Because it is there.