We are inaugurating the next edition of Exhibition Starter without Barriers at Wrocław Contemporary Museum. During the three-year programme called Spectrum of Light, we will together explore the qualities of successive colours in the visible light spectrum. Each colour is characterised by a different frequency and energy, which we will experience through our presence in the exhibition space. We start with orange – the colour of relationships, creativity and expression!

The first meeting will be devoted to a wide range of sounds. We have invited Andrzej Dudek-Dürer, an artist from Wrocław, to run the workshop. In the orange setting, he will tell us about his work: music, performance and photography. During the meeting we will have an opportunity to create sounds and use them in compositions.

For several years now, participants of the Tacy Sami day-care centre (previously assisted by the Ostoja Association for People with Disabilities, currently under the care of the Potrafię Pomóc Foundation) have been the target group of our workshops from the Exhibition Starter without Barriers series. They have participated in the cyclical meetings with great interest. During the pandemic, we switched to online activities. Now that we are about to begin a new project together, we a relooking forward to the possibility of meeting in person.

Workshop led by:

Andrzej Dudek-Dürer is one of the most original, consistent and recognisable personalities of Polish contemporary art. He is a performer, photographer, graphic designer, composer and musician, often working with instruments and electronic media, active in many fields of expression – he creates installations, sculptures, environments and instruments, he is involved in metaphysical-telepathic activity, anti-poetry and mail art. He is in a constant process of creating and documenting his own image and developing his own consciousness.
Biographical note by Krzysztof Dobrowolski (excerpt)

Joanna Sekuła has graduated from the Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław (Department of Ceramics and Glass), the J. Długosz Pedagogical Academy in Częstochowa and the University of Lower Silesia (Art Therapy). She runs a ceramics studio at the Śródmieście Youth Culture Centre in Wrocław and workshops at Wrocław Contemporary Museum. Her teaching activity is based on creative play with art aimed at developing sensitivity and passion in children and youth. In her artistic work, she experiments with ceramics, creating aesthetic objects inspired by the multidimensionality and ambiguity of reality. She is fascinated by children’s creativity, yoga and magical realism. She has participated in many competitions, exhibitions and artistic events.


The workshop is part of the educational programme accompanying the Light Spectrum project. More information about the project Light Spectrum / Exposure to Colour. Orange, link.

The Light Spectrum project was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund – a state special purpose fund.

Logotyp, na białym tle z lewej strony zarys godła Polski - orła w koronie. Po prawej stronie napis Ministry of Culture and National Heritage


Please be informed that during the workshops photographs or videos can be taken for the needs of Wrocław Contemporary Museum, which may include the images of people taking part in the classes and images of works made by them. The photographs or videos will be stored in an internal archive documenting the activities of MWW. They can also be used for promotional purposes on the website www.muzeumwspolczesne.pl and in social media (on websites facebook.com/muzeumwspolczesne, instagram.com/muzeum_wspolczesne and youtube.com/muzeumwspolczesne). If you do not agree to have your photographs or videos taken, please inform the person conducting the workshops before they start. Failing to provide such information before the beginning of the class workshop is tantamount to granting Wrocław Contemporary Museum consent to use the photographs or videos as referred to above.