Right now I’m glued to my computer, but this summer I had a chance to spend a week in the Polish countryside, in the Lublin Voivodeship, the far east part of Poland. |
So I came up with this #throwback blog post, as I'm both literally and figuratively stuck in the city. Imersing myself in nature, while for a little longer entirely separated from the wildernes.
|Didn't have much time to document the process of making of the latest exhibition at Krakow Art House, because we were working pretty much around the clock. But since I love documenting creative processes - here are a couple of pictures from the week prior to opening of America. Utopia Achieved, as well as a small stop motion animation of the mural I made - "Urban Dystopia".|
Big thanks to everyone at Krakow Art House, to all the presenting artists, performers and everyone who came out to see our show. Pictures from the opening at Krakow Art House facebook page.
„America is neither dream nor reality. It is hyperreality. It is a hyperreality because it is a utopia which has behaved from the very beginning as though it were already achieved. Everything here is real and pragmatic, and yet it is all the stuff of dreams too. It may be the truth of America can only be seen by a European since he alone will will discover here the perfect simulacrum - that of the immanence and material transcription of all values. The Americans, for their part, have no sense of simulation. They are themselves simulation in its most developed state, but they have no language in which to describe it, since they themselves are the model. As a result, they are the ideal material for an analysis of all the possible variants of the modern world.”
This group of artists from various backgrounds; visual art, performance and music will present their works about US - the country that can delight and terrify with its concepts of liberation, domination and ecstatic joy. The works will highlight how everyday the world must face America's dark and unpredictable nature.
America. Utopia achieved. deals with the artists' existential shock after visiting the United States. It is impossible to feel indifference to this shock, while fascination and despondence arises.
Leszek Onak, Alek Janicki, Ewa Hubar, Klaudyna Schubert, Stan Barański, Gregory Michenaud, Valentine Tanz and Bartolomeo Koczenasz
Harat band, Konrad Trusiak
Exhibition will be open until April 2nd, please contact us for a viewing. Tel.: 790-313-044
Kraków Art House
|Last weekend we took to Puszcza Niepołomicka, a huge forest just a 30 minutes drive from Kraków. On the coldest day this winter so far we wandered the frozen meadows and woods that were as quiet as I've never witnessed any forest being. Check out a couple of pictures from the walk, as well as the short video!|
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