(Saturday), 3 PM, near MWW, free admission
What terrifies us is the unknown: behaviours, words or clothes other than standard. People are afraid to be different, they prefer to abandon their individuality in favour of fitting in. The performance workshop titled Creepy (which sounds similar to the word crêpe) will provide an opportunity to break customary patterns of behaviour using the rules of composition and colour harmony or disharmony. The action will be based on inscribing the body in the surroundings with the help of crêpe paper – a material that is often used in the practice of Przemysław Kwiek, a contemporary performer. A sense of community with a tree, swing, bench or another human being; closeness, colour, composition, living picture. By wrapping crêpe paper around ourselves and other elements of the surroundings, we will become a living picture, we will be strange, we will assume poses reflecting our moods, emotions and feelings. Integrated with the body, crêpe will turn into a medium bringing us closer to painting – we will become a live installation, surprising and astounding passers-by, breaking the monotony of the everyday.
Izabela Chamczyk graduated with honours in Painting from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Wrocław in 2009. A painter, performer and video artist. She uses different media, redefines their limits while involving deep emotions; she confronts the audience and establishes direct contact with them. Through her art she tries to reach the sphere of the external world, outside the white cube. Izabela Chamczyk has received two stipends of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and been shortlisted in prestigious competitions. She has had many individual exhibitions and participated in collective actions.
Curator of Public Programme Bartek Lis
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