KATALOG SURVIVAL 19

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“You Ain’t Going Nowhere” sounds both ominous and prohibitive, denying any chance of a future, leaving only “here and now.” But what if it is also a promise of a different locality, one in which “here” assumes new meanings? Where are we, in what way and how, if there is no alternative “there”? One of the pandemic transformations of our lives is how we began to experience, perceive and define our immediate surroundings, both from an individual and social point of view. Hanging on to one place turned out to be not a choice, but a necessary part of a life lived in an increasingly shrinking field. The year 2020 drastically interrupted the European episode of free movement of people, bringing back questions about the importance of national borders and their role in the management of crises, not only biological, but also social and identity-related. However, if we look back beyond the last few decades, unfettered mobility appears to be an exception rather than the default state. A belief in the universal right to mobility, both spatially and socially, is not only a relatively new phenomenon, but also an illusory one. Self-determination, understood as the right to decide about one’s own fate or place of life, was not shared by many of our not-too-distant ancestors, for whom attachment to the land and inherited occupation was a given. Researchers’ recent interest in rewriting the history of Poland from the perspective of the people – that is, through the experiences of the majority of inhabitants – is shared by many of the artists participating in the exhibition, forcing us to carefully and critically examine our “here and now.” A common element of numerous works, especially those created during the lockdown with the intention of displaying them during the Review, is the use of whatever was at hand – readily available resources, whether spatial and material, as well as drawing on the immediate historical and social contexts. What is important here is a reference not only to particular symbols or linguistic conventions, but also to sources of knowledge and interpretations that seem to elude universalising narratives or global codes. The significance of the evoked gestures and concepts is revealed in the tension between that which is understandable through the prism of locality, however one wants to define it, and that which allows us to exceed it. An attempt to see and hear how the experiences of the last year or so have influenced our perception and understanding of our immediate surroundings must be to some extent based on the appreciation of stillness and isolation – not only as ways of protecting life, but also as attitudes that are in stark contrast to mechanisms that used to drive our everyday life, such as mobility, networking and crossing borders. At a time when the belief in the openness, accessibility and proximity of distant or at least “other” worlds relied entirely on the bandwidth of optical fibres and satellites, the actual, physical “here and now” turned out to be an unsolved mystery.

fot. Małgorzata Kujda

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dyrektor przeglądu | director of the review:
Michał Bieniek
kuratorzy i kuratorki | curators:
Michał Bieniek, Daniel Brożek, Anna Kołodziejczyk,
Małgorzata Miśniakiewicz, Ewa Pluta
kuratorka Sceny Wideo | Video Art Forum curator:
Małgorzata Miśniakiewicz
kurator Sceny Dźwiękowej | Sound Art Forum curator:
Daniel Brożek
kuratorzy Sekcji Studenckiej | Student Section curators:
prof. Wojciech Pukocz, Kasper Lecnim

artyści | artists:
Zuza Banasińska, Aleksander Baszyński, Wera Bet, Tymek Bryndal, Seecum Cheung, Maciej Cholewa, Paweł Czekański, Franciszek Drażba, Weronika Gołaś, Borys Jaźnicki, Jeroen Jongeleen, Kamil Kak, Marcin Kamiński, kolektyw Kwas, Daniel Kotowski, Jan Kowal, Mateusz Kowalczyk, Paweł Kulczyński, Adam Kozicki, Beata Kwiatkowska, Piotr Macha, Katarzyna Malejka, Agnieszka Mastalerz, Robert Mathy, Martyna Modzelewska, Piotr Tadeusz Mosur, Małgorzata Mycek, Adam Nehring, Iza Opiełka, Łukasz Paluch, Zbigniew Paluch, Zofia Pałucha, Zuza Piekoszewska, Justyna Plec, Berenika Pyza, Anna Raczyńska, Maryna Sakowska, Radek Sirko, Kuba Stępień, Szymon Szewczyk, Alicja Szpakowska, Joanna Tochman, Viktoriia Tofan, Ola Zielińska

Scena Debat | Forum Dialogu
uczestnicy | participants: Sylvia Amann, Lieselot van Damme, Philipp Dietachmair, Marianna Dobkowska, Marie Fol, Aleksandra Janus, Ben Evans James, Ewa Kornacka, Alison Kuo, Paulina Maloy, Zbigniew Maćkow, Horacy Muszyński, Marianna Neupauerová, Bojana Panevska, Orsolya Rigó, Maija Rudovska, Stéphane Segreto-Aguilar, Jotham Sietsman, Piotr Sikora, Helene Skikos, Arda van Tiggelen, Dea Vidović, Stanislaw Welbel, Katarzyna Zielińska;
koncepcja i koordynacja | concept and coordination: Małgorzata Miśniakiewicz, Karolina Bieniek

dyrektorka administracyjna | administrative director:
Karolina Bieniek
producent | producer:
Paweł Rogowski
współpraca produkcyjna | production cooperation:
Magdalena Basak
koordynacja i produkcja Sekcji Studenckiej | coordination
and production of the Student Section:

Kasper Lecnim
współpraca administracyjna | administrative coordinator:
Aleksandra Jach
komunikacja | public relations:
Magda Kotowska, Łukasz Lorenc, Fest Promo
koordynacja wolontariatu i centrum festiwalowego |
coordination of volunteering and festival centre:

Aleksandra Jach
tłumaczenie | translation:
Karol Waniek
korekta | proofreading:
Anna Gondek

projekty graficzne | graphic design:
Łukasz Paluch, AnoMalia art studio
dokumentacja wideo | video documentation:
Jacek Chamot
dokumentacja fotograficzna | photo documentation:
Małgorzata Kujda, Andrzej Sieńkowski
projekt mapy Przeglądu | design of the map of the Review:
Marcin Siehankiewicz

wolontariusze i wolontariuszki | volunteers:
Zuzanna Adamska, Agata Bernatowicz, Katarzyna Ćwikła, Michalina Grabińska, Monika Kąkolewska, Kaja Kędzioł, Martyna Kozak, Małgorzata Kupniewska, Virginia Marcolini, Szymon Martuś, Natalia Mindowicz, Kateryna Mishchenko, Ewa Motała, Weronika Necel, Oleksandr Ostapchuk,
Iza Rokoszewska, Eliza Sereda, Marta Siemińska, Alicja Szpakowska, Alicja Szwejda, Dominika Waligórska, Karolina Wojciechowska, Anna Zieziula

Sfinansowano ze środków Gminy Wrocław i Akademii Sztuk Pięknych im. E. Gepperta we Wrocławiu.