Narracje Festival wasn't only about art installations. They organized a festival club in an old ferry terminal in Nowy Port and it was sick! I think I've got all the performers captured here, learn more about the artists and the festival itself on the event website! |
In the meantime, here are all my shots from Gdańsk so far.
|Happening since 2009, Narracje Festival has been brightening various off-the-beaten-track neighbourhoods of Gdańsk. Curated by international community of art professionals it takes over an area of the city and implements installations, concerts, performances and such into the fabric of public space.|
This entry is nothing more than a visual journey through nighttime Nowy Port where it all took place.
If you're interested in particular exhibits, head over to Narracje website.In the previous post you'll find a couple of pictures of the neighborhood itself.
The Festival is organized by IKM, the Urban Culture Institute of Gdańsk. I had a chance to experience another event they threw this year, the StreetWaves festival. You can check out my cellphone report from streetwaves here and here.
It was my first time at Narracje, but I’m sure I’ll be back! Have a look at some of the installations of this years edition of the festival.
|I visited Gdańsk short of two weeks ago for Narracje Festival. I'll talk more about the festival itself in the next post, now have a look at some of the pictures of our nighttime walk through Nowy Port (translated literally to New Port), an old remote port neighborhood of Gdańsk.|
|The European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk is the new and modern museum and cultural institution for commemoration of "Solidarność" and the decline of PRL. "Solidarność" was a labor union that initiated the system change and fall of communism in Poland, and inspired change and revolution in other former Soviet bloc countries. The Museum tells the story of the movement, the building was finished a year ago, a design of Gdańsk's Fort Architects.|