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„Labor Relations”. Exhibition tour led by Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało 11.12.16 (niedziela), godz. 15.00, poziom 3 i 4, wstęp bezpłatny (Sunday), 3 PM, 3rd and 4th floor, free admission

On Sunday, 11 December, at 3 PM, Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało will guide us through the “Labor Relations” exhibition.

Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało (b. 1979 in Wrocław) is a Polish poet, literary critic and columnist. Her texts have been translated into nine languages, including Serbian, Chinese and Spanish. She cooperates with “Gazeta Wyborcza” daily, magazines – “Przekrój”, “Przegląd”, “Bluszcz”, and Polish Radio Programme 3. She has hosted programmes about books in TVP1 (“Hurtownia książek”, 2009-2011) and TVP Kultura. In 2008 she chaired the jury of the 14th edition of Jacek Bierezin National Poetry Competition. She has made performances that were shown at the Centre for Contemporary Art, the Manhattan gallery in Łódź, the Entropia gallery in Wrocław and Mózg in Bydgoszcz. She is the deputy editor-in-chief of the “Chimera” literary magazine, a member of the programmatic board of the International Short Story Festival and the editor of Laboratorium Opowieści.

„Labor Relations”: the first presentation of the international collection of contemporary art that has been built up at Wrocław Contemporary Museum since 2011. The exhibition addresses the issue of today’s “labor relations”. The phrase refers to the relations between the employer and the employee whose current dynamics is determined by the very same processes that influence the global markets: colonialism, industrialisation and capitalism. They also shape the political landscape, migrant destinations, and the state of the body and the mind.

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Entry to the exhibition tour is free. We look forward to welcoming you!

Co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

Published on:5.12.16 Share: Facebook, Twitter
Zuzanna Janin, Virtual Sex (Is That What You Really Want: Virtual Sex?), 1999, kolekcja MWW. Fot. Małgorzata Kujda, © Muzeum Współczesne Wrocław, 2016 Zuzanna Janin, Virtual Sex (Is That What You Really Want: Virtual Sex?), 1999, MWW's collection. Fot. Małgorzata Kujda, © Wrocław Contemporary Museum, 2016
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