results of an open call for artist residency
Sofiya Nalepinska-Boychuk Fellowship
Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art together with Ukrainian Institute and Adam Mickiewicz Institute (IAM) announce the results of an open call for artistic residency as part of Sofiya Nalepinska-Boychuk Fellowship. Jury composed of
- Tetyana Filevska (Acting Director General, Ukrainian Institute)
- Marcel Skierski (Deputy Director of Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art
- Barbara Krzeska (Deputy Director, Adam Mickiewicz Institute)
- Yuliya Kostereva (curator, Open Place)
- Tatiana Kochubinska (independent curator and representative of Ukrainian art scene)
- Anna Łazar (curator, Museum of Art in Łódź)
- chose the winner of the Sofiya Nalepinska-Boychuk Fellowship.
Visual artist, Daniel Kotowski, will go to a two-month residency in Kiev in August 2022, curated by Open Place.
- We congratulate Daniel Kotowski and cordially thank for all the submissions.
- Daniel Kotowski
- visual artist, performer. Born in 1993 A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (2018) and the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw (2016). PhD student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. His artistic practice is the starting point for reflection on the ways of existence. He observes experiences and interpersonal relationships, as well as the way we are perceived by other individuals. His works often refer to the concept of biopower and biopolitics. He is particularly interested in the categories of “completeness” and “incompleteness”, their ambivalence and hidden potential. He says about himself that he is an indicator of incompleteness, inconsistent with the norm, because he is Deaf and does not use phonic speech. Through his art, he develops his own communication strategy.