“Satan’s Children” exhibition open for three more days!
The exhibition does not have a historical nature. The issues emerging from the works and the need to confront the phenomena determining our lives are extremely relevant.
We open the Satan’s Children exhibition for three more days! Do not miss it!
Artists and authors of texts: Piotr Bujak, Bogna Burska, Maciej Chodziński & Maciej Salomon, Hubert Czerepok, Paweł Kulczyński, Jakub Majmurek, Jerzy Nowosielski, Patrycja Orzechowska, Aleka Polis & Wiktor Zmysłowski, Stanisław Ruksza, Krystian Skylstad, Łukasz Surowiec, Łukasz Trzciński, Andrzej Urbanowicz, Marek Wasilewski
Curator: Stanisław Ruksza
Two venues: Jasny Dom, ul. Biskupia 2/2; Ciemny Dom, ul. Szlak 3/3, National Museum in Kraków, ul. 3 Maja 1
The exhibition is open from September 25 until October 11, 2015
The exhibition’s title refers to the novel Satanas Kinder by Stanislaw Przybyszewski – a disturbing, helter-skelter anarchist manifesto, a praise of destruction, chaos and rejection of taboos and order. It is also a contribution to today’s interpretation of the person and ideas of Stanisław Przybyszewski (1868-1927) – the spiritual and social anarchist, a figure seemingly assimilated by the Polish intellectual world, but in fact banished from it. The project also 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. The knowledge-bringing Lucifer is thus the second protagonist of the exhibition.
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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.
Film expert, essayist, journalist.
Interdisciplinary artist. Deals mainly with mixed media, video, video-installation, printing and object art.