Artbook made by writers, visual artists and graphic designers from Berlin and Warsaw refers to mysterious made-up-language lyrics of David Bowie's song Warszawa.
Join us at AMONDO Kino for a special meeting with Fanny Vaucher, the author of Polish Pills – an illustrated chronicle about Warsaw life.
Bęc Zmiana Foundation's contribution to Biennale Urbana 2016 is an exhibition that weaves spaces and practices of Warsaw and Venice, exploring them as IN/VISIBLE CITY, an exchange of micro-stories of places in “other” places with their own stories.
The showing of a fragment of Andrzej Tobis' A-Z at the PHotoEspaña festival is different from earlier presentations of the project. For the first time, the works are not displayed in alphabetical order, but grouped in interwoven categories defined by a more-or-less subjective key.
Associations is a series of artistic and architectural creations that are sculptures and at the same time small functional objects located along the left bank of the Vistula river in Warsaw.
Bęc Zmiana and Laura Conti present a collection of colours inspired by Poland!
A joy forever is a promise of a common happiness, provided also in the sphere of economy by widely applied creativity. Is it then a tool for the emancipation of humanity, an instrument of control or a space for investment and speculation?
After seven years of Andrzej Tobis’ linguistic-visual journey through Poland, the volume A-Z (Gabloty edukacyjne) – A-Z (Educational Showcases) is released by the Bęc Zmiana Foundation and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute as a Polish-German-English publication. The book features 100 photographs.
The purpose of the exhibition is not as much to catalogue the existing communal spaces, as to provide for a dynamic confrontation of all the very different - radical, traditional, integrating humans and nonhumans, pragmatic, highly debatable and utopian - visions for the creation of spaces for coexistence and cooperation.
MONadOLOGy. A treatise on relationality is a live stage installation based on the most famous work from Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Monadology, written in 1714, seems to gain new actuality in the context of mutual interplay of human body and city.
Typopolo. An Album of Typographic Photography is a Polish-English publication on the amateur typography created in the 1990s in Poland. Unsophisticated signboards and simple advertisements became a visual reflection of the economic and political changes, a symbol of the Romantic breakthrough, when “everybody could be what they wanted and everything was possible”.
The conference of the Free/Slow University of Warsaw seeks to explore the field of contemporary art as social factory, which determines division of labour, attribution of statuses, and distribution of the various forms of capital.