Inauguration of the Liminality project Oawa Mountain, Kamiyama, Tokushima, Japan 30 October 2022
ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM
KAIR Kamyiama Kamiyama-chō Shikoku, Tokushima, Japan September – November 2022
Inbetween [Pomiędzy] Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology (Main building, level -1) Cracow 24 June – 30 June 2022
Artists: Marek Chlanda, Marek Chołoniewski, Aleksander Janicki, Wacław i Lesław Janiccy, Małgorzata Kaczmarska, Joanna Kaiser, Ewa Kulka, Mateusz Otręba, Ewa Wesołowska, Tomasz Vetulani, Artur Wabik, Beata Zuba | Curators: Artur Wabik i Mateusz Otręba More info
Hello World on the Massachusetts College of Art and Design facade MassArt, Boston, Massachusetts 23 April 2022
Hello World is a large-scale international art project produced by TransCultural Exchange as a demonstration of solidary during the COVID-19 pandemic.
2021 Otwarta Pracownia, Cracow 28 Jan – 25 Feb 2022 Mon – Fri 6-8pm more info
Blühende Öde – Urban identities in transition Am Flutgraben 3, Berlin 30 Oct 30 2021
Taking place in Neukölln, the project curated by Kunstbüro Hohmann und Heid in an exhibition format will be on view for a duration of four days, presented in a few different locations. The spaces will be located within walking distance to each other and map the district with an alternative focus – the unused spaces. The exhibition addresses the phenomenon of limited accessibility to such vacancies in two ways: On the one hand, through the representation of critical confrontations in the form of artistic works and, on the other hand, by connecting and acknowledging the unused spaces in our urban environment.
Blühende Öde: Städtische Identitäten im Wandel suggests a tangible commentary on the exploration of urban space and its trans- formation in Berlin. The project reflects upon the existing and pandemic-related progressing extent of vacant spaces and interrogates the effects, but more so the potentials of this dynamic.
Hello World Boston City Hall’s Scollay Square Gallery 12 March – 30 April 2021
Hello World is a large-scale international art project produced by TransCultural Exchange as a demonstration of solidary during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the mere click of a mouse, people can now enjoy a whirlwind tour around the globe through the nearly 250 artworks on Hello World’s website.
OPI – Of Public Interest (Post-Master) KKH – Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm 2020-2021
OPI is a research lab, working with artworks and artistic strategies and methods in our common spaces. It aims to critically explore the changes our societies are facing, avoiding binary perspectives and instead working to create new narratives. Together we work to develop methods and tools to construct new arenas, both inside and outside the world of commissions and exhibitions. By negotiating artistic values we aim to enable them to play a crucial role in shaping our common spaces, at a time when we are at a tipping point, and urgent issues continually highlight the need to rethink the values that our societies are built on. OPI website