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Kraków, Tarnów: Mateusz Hajdo, Sara Hupas, Karolina Jarzębak, Adrian Kolerski, Justyna Kowal, Aleksandra Nowakowska, Konrad Peszko, Zuzanna Rokita, Tyśka Samborska, Monika Smyła, Michał Soja, Michał Sroka, Eliasz Styrna, Radek Szlęzak, Joanna Woźny

June 23, 2017 - June 25, 2017

SEISMOGRAPH II: The Young Arts Scene in Lesser Poland

Artists: Mateusz Hajdo, Sara Hupas, Karolina Jarzębak, Adrian Kolerski, Justyna Kowal, Aleksandra Nowakowska, Konrad Peszko, Zuzanna Rokita, Tyśka Samborska, Monika Smyła, Michał Soja, Michał Sroka, Eliasz Styrna, Radek Szlęzak, Joanna Woźny.

 

23-25.06.2017 (Friday to Sunday)

Location: Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, BWA Tarnów

Curators: Anna Bargiel, Ewa Łączyńska-Widz, Magdalena Ziółkowska

FREE ADMISSION

 

The second edition of SEISMOGRAPH will be a three-day event organized by Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art in Krakow, in collaboration with the BWA Tarnów. Selected young artists, who regionally identity themselves with Lesser Poland, as well as curators invited from Poland and abroad will be taking part. The event should be an occasion to encounter new works, viewpoints and practices of artists; to exchange ideas and experiences; and to discuss practical models and strategies with artists who have recently made their debut in the arts scene.

We’ve divided the event into closed-door sessions and open panel discussions, but we’ve also set aside time for people to get to know each other informally. We want to place emphasis on the workshops and consultative sessions between selected artists and participating curators. The artists will have an opportunity to present their own works in different formats and with the help of various media, and to hear comments from professional curators, who focus on research and work with young artists. In addition, we’ll provide a chance for the curators themselves to catch the pulse of the young arts scene in flux. The workshops, consultations, conversations with critics and curators, and presentations by the artists will take place in Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, BWA Tarnów, as well as other independent exhibition spaces.

 

The List of Artists and Curators Taking Part in the Event

Artists: Mateusz Hajdo, Sara Hupas, Karolina Jarzębak, Adrian Kolerski, Justyna Kowal, Aleksandra Nowakowska, Konrad Peszko, Zuzanna Rokita, Tyśka Samborska, Monika Smyła, Michał Soja, Michał Sroka, Eliasz Styrna, Radek Szlęzak, Joanna Woźny.

Curators: Viviana Checchia (Centre Contemporary Arts Glasgow), Romuald Demidenko (independent curator), Kris Dittel (Onomatopee), Krzysztof Gutfrański (independent curator and editor of the webzine obieg.u-jazdowski.pl), Joanna Kobyłt (BWA Wrocław), Tatiana Kochubińska (Pinchuk Art Center), Justyna Kowalska (BWA Warszawa), Magdalena Kownacka (F.A.I.T. Foundation and Gallery), Marta Lisok (BWA Katowice), Tomasz Pawłowski (independent curator), Joanna Rzepka-Dziedzic (Galeria Szara), Anna Smolak (independent curator), Jakub Śwircz (independent curator), Szymon Żydek (Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw).

 

OPEN EVENTS:

 23.06.2017, 18:00

A panel discussion “The Artist in Residence, but Where?”
Place: Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, pl. Szczepański 3a, Krakow

Participants:

Viviana Checchia, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow

Kris Dittel, Onomatopee, Eindhoven

Krzysztof Gutfrański, independent curator

Moderator: Magdalena Kownacka, Galeria F.A.I.T.

 

25.06.2017, 15:00
A panel discussion “Being Present in the Field of Art”
Place: PKP Railway Station, pl. Dworcowy 4, Tarnów

Participants:

Tatiana Kochubińska, Pinchuk Art Centre, Kijów

Marta Lisok, BWA Katowice

Romuald Demidenko and Tomasz Pawłowski, curators (with Aurelia Nowak) of The Open Triennale

Moderator: Ewa Łączyńska-Widz, director of BWA Tarnów

 

A more detailed program of the event can be found on the organisers’ websites:
www.bunkier.art.pl; www.bwa.tarnow.pl

 

This event is financed by the Voivodeship of Lesser Poland and the Municipality of the City of Krakow.