Education, Without barriers
(Wednesday), 5 PM–6.30 PM, free admission, prior enrolment required (by 9.10.17): email@example.com, limited enrolment
The nearest integration-sensual workshop will take us on a tour of the surprising shapes of text. Our point of departure will be Stanisław Dróżdż’s exhibition entitled “Concept-shapes.”
As always, visually-impaired people are most welcome, as are those who can see.
Stanisław Dróżdż (1939-2009) was a concrete poetry artist who created the notion of concept-shapes. He prepared the Polish Pavilion at the 2003 Venice Biennale and it is his work “Hourglass” that is displayed on the façade of Wrocław Contemporary Museum. He studied and lived in Wrocław. Towards the end of his life, he lived in close proximity to the shelter that nowadays temporarily houses MWW. As an artist, he rendered invaluable services to the culture of Wrocław.
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