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Start: 12.1.12 (Thursday), 6PM
The 4th debate within the cycle on connections between art and politics
We will dedicate the 4th meeting within the cycle on connections between art and politics to the issue of public spaces. That is why we will host in Habeas Lounge young authors, curators, scientists and journalist. We will focus on the question to whom does the public spaces in Poland belong. The discussion will start with a query when the curator becomes a politician and when the politician becomes a curator and artist.
In the context of Cultural Programme of the 2011 Polish Presidency of the European Union Council we will try to answer the questions: if Wrocław and Warszawa are creative cities. We will discuss also the main thesis of Zygmunt Bauman from his latest book “Culture in a liquid modern world”, conceived as a part of the European Culture Congress.
Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało: author and journalist, cooperates among others with "Gazeta Wyborcza", "Polityka" and "Tygodnik Powszechny". In TVP Kultura she carries on the debates on books.
Michał Bieniek: artist and curator, creator and general curator of the SURVIVAL Art Review. He deals with the matters connected with the public space and he sees the need for its regeneration and, in frequent cases, restoration. Since 2010 he has been a Research Student by Project at the Curating Contemporary Art Department of the Royal College of Art in London.
Kuba Szreder: curator and scientist he works as a curator of interdisciplinary projects actively engaging in social context and public sphere, frequently relating to critical discourses, working with public space and reshaping social practices. In Fall 2009 he’s started his PhD research in Loughborough University School of the Arts about the contemporary curatorial technique in late capitalism.
The discussion will be chaired by Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało.
Arrangements: Karolina Bieniek, a member of the ART TRANSPARENT Foundation, a coach and cultural animator as well as the managing director of the SURVIVAL Art Review; Karolina Bieniek is also a PhD candidate at the University of Wrocław, Poland. She was a co-producer of the ‘Emergency Room’ format by Thierry Geoffroy within the European Culture Congress in Wrocław, Poland 2011.