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audience vote

Choose the most interesting exhibition

from the Project Room 2021/2022 series  

The 2021/2022 Project Room exhibition series has come to an end. Over the past months, exhibitons of work by Maria Elena Bonet, Antonina Konopelska, Paweł Łubkowski, Malwina Migacz, the Young Talented Sexy collective, and Maciej Rauch were presented at the Ujazdowski Castle.

From 18 July to 18 August 2022, we invite the public to vote and choose the most interesting exhibition. Its author(s) will receive PLN 20,000.

Please watch the photo and video documentations of all shows and join the vote! (You can cast one vote a day from one device.)

exhibition from the Project Room series

Maria Elena Bonet

My River

Maria Elena Bonet was born in Minsk, Belarus and graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Art in 2009. Since 2021, she is based in Poland where she received a Gaude Polonia scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland. She has been focused on black and white film photography and used alternative photographic methods such as gum bichromate, tintype, cyanotype, and classical gelatine-silver photography. In the Project Room, she presented a series of photographs and two short videos.

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exhibition from the Project Room series

Antonina Konopelska

All that we has

Antonina Konopelska is a graduate of prof. Grzegorz Kowalski’s Audiovisual Space Studio "Kowalnia" at Media Art Faculty at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Modern Language Studies at the University of Warsaw. She defended her doctoral dissertation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. She presented her works during numerous solo shows and group exhibitions. She is a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw. The project she presented at the Ujazdowski Castle involved inviting Lena, who has dissociative identity disorder (DID). The artist presented a photo portrait of all Lena's identities. The exhibition was mounted in collaboration with American costume designer Julie Weiss.

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exhibition from the Project Room series

Paweł Łubkowski

The Way

Paweł Łubkowski is a painter, photographer, author of objects and installations. He studied painting in the Department of the Arts of the Institute of Visual Arts of the University of Zielona Góra and Digital Image Creative Processing at the Pedagogical University in Cracow. In his work, Łubkowski draws on his own memory. He searches for the traces we leave, which testify to our presence.

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exhibition from the Project Room series

Malwina Migacz

Derealization

Malwina Migacz graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She works with diverse media such as textiles, cement, powdered metals, plaster, ash, video, 3D animation, painting, or photography. She has also been active in the fields of performance art and sound art which often combine with her installations, producing an effect of dissonance, misunderstanding, and lack of logic which then becomes a state of derealization. As part of the exhibition in the Project Room, she created a multimedia installation.

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exhibition from the Project Room series

Young Talented Sexy

The Pathology of Normality

Young Talented Sexy [Młodzi Zdolni Seksowni] is an artist collective founded in 2018 by a group of students of the University of the Arts in Poznań and the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow who are associated with Poznań’s Piec Gallery: Anna Kossyk, Allen Mack, Julia Olszewska, Amadeusz Robaszkiewicz and Magda Sokołowska. Their exhibition in the Project Room featured paintings, graphic works, and installations.

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exhibition from the Project Room series

Maciej Rauch

The Other Days

Maciej Rauch is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk (2012). He is a painter, graphic designer, author of installations, animations, music videos and experimental music. He works in the field of magic realism presenting real characters within fairy-tale, mythical, and fantastical worlds, often using pop culture and music video references.

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  • Would you like to learn more about the Project Room 2021/2022 series of exhibitions? Click → here for more information. 
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  • The outcome of the public vote and the selection of the jury will be announced at the Project Room on 8 September 2022.

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  • Do you want to participate in the Project Room 2022/2023 series of exhibitions? Find more information about the open call for artists → here.
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