Vernissage: 22.6.12 (Friday), 7PM
A blue light of old monitors displayed on the wall remains a trace of the generated image, a reminder of the early shadows of media digital technology and the beginnings of the Internet. Mobile communication has allowed for even faster data exchange and update, and the development of network media helped to identify the most important social instinct – the admiration of both past, present and future. Interpenetration of platforms – both virtual and real – help see more details than it was possible ever before. The world of objects that have been proof for the physical evidence of technological processes – take new and unknown shape.
The exhibition in Wrocław Contemporary Museum (MWW) will introduce a selection of the projects by Gregor Różański, including the remastered version of Derek Jarman’s Blue (1992). The last colour seen by the artist was blue and thus it was depicted as variety of significance, association, registering – at the same time – personal experience of the last stage of his disease.
Curator Romuald Demidenko
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