My work on (lack of) memory called ‘Memory (of my parents)’ is shown at Richmond Art Gallery, BC, Canada. The show is a part of International Mail Art Exhibition coordinated by Kathy Tycholis and is held from November 17, 2013 – January 6, 2014.
The aim of the smacznego! Foundation (pl for ‘tasty!’) is to investigate sidetracks and verges of culture. This is often the place where most interesting phenomena are hidden along with their creators, whose firm noncomformism condemns them for both social and artistic exclusion. Our foundation is commited to the task of revealing at least some of the brave ideas of people, for whom so-called ‘artistic community’ is an artificial and too narrow-minded a milieu. Our interests consist primarily of visual arts and music. An important facet of our activities is also an attempt to form social awareness of marginalized artistic phenomena of Polish art. But we are also open to co-operate with artists beyond boundaries.
Andrea Polli, Aidan Deery, Julien Poidevin, Hubert i Monika Wińczyk, Piotr Tkacz, Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Paweł Paide Dunajko, Porcje Rosołowe (Mateusz Wysocki Lech Nienartowicz), Martin Conrads, William Bilwa Costa, Moritz Fingerhut, Ingrid Shults, Danny Saul, Pablo Sanz Almoguer, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, David Prescott-Steed,Greg Dixon, Lee Fraser, Wojtek Jachna i Jacek Buhl, Patryk Daszkiewicz, Kacper Ziemianin,Katharine Trimble, Zahra Jewanjee, Simon Coates, Peter Speer, Henry Gwiazda, IainArmstrong, Martinka Bobrikova, Oscar de Carmen, Kálmán Pongrácz, Crummy House and Vegetable Kingdom, Jasmine Guffond, Joshua Laub, Maryna Poznańska, Eric Boivin, Jen Reimer, Max Stein.
Ongoing Project –
There will be 10 audio/sound art albums URBAN Series published within Pawlacz Perski net-label with the works of sound artist whose works were presented during URBAN OBSERVATORY Festival 2012.
Release estimation date – Fall 2013.
More information on the sound artists and their work presented during Urban Observatory Festival 2012 under this link: