• Nouvelle traduction : Polish Paradise

“Polish Paradise Cabin: an exhibition” presents works of six contemporary female artists in different stages of their career – giving the viewer the spectrum of topics and artistic approaches specific to each of them.
The wide variety of interests goes from archival stories related to the global effects of short-sighted politics, exploring social issues of living in the times of the climate catastrophe.

Through the rough and outright visual commentary on media manipulation, family life’s shadows and glows to the visual study of the images and philosophical approach – the very basis of the complex process of creating a photographic image – as physical objects that can signify more than it shows.

Each of the artists has established her strong visual language and has placed herself in the present debate on the visual rhetoric of visual culture in Poland. For Polish Paradise project we designed a light installation form that plays with the memories of Polish culture and architecture from the summer time in the 70’s and 80’s.

Nouvelle traduction : Polish Paradise

artists: Lena Dobrowolska, Antonina Gugała, Agnieszka Rayss, Dominika Sadowska, Agnieszka Sejud and Karolina Wojtas

The exhibition is organized under Polish Paradise brand - an informal partnership of three Polish festivals: Fotofestiwal in Łódź, Krakow Photomonth and TIFF Festival from Wrocław that combines strength, knowledge and resources to apply for grants for promotion of Polish artists abroad onnumerous international events.

Financed under the NIEPODLEGŁA Multiannual Programme for 2017-2022, as a part of the "Cultural Bridges" ("Kulturalne pomosty") grant programme of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
Project financed by the Cultural Division of Municipality of Wrocław.