• Public A-I-R is an opprtunity to meet new residents at the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art. Artists from Belgium, Japan, Lebanon, Slovakia, and Poland, who have just begun their stay in Warsaw, will present their work. What do they do? What methods and strategies do they employ in their studies? What will they work on while in Warsaw and with whom?
    • During the presentation we will hear, amongst other things: where Tomáš Rafa recognizes borders between patriotism and nationalism; what the winner of the Videobrasil festival will be filming in Warsaw; how Katarína Poliačiková works with memory; which routes the eternal wanderer that is Hiroharu Mori takes; what are the plans for the residence of the young Polish artist Dominik Ritszel and what he plans to show in the {Project Room} at the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art.

  • The residences allow for experimentation, creativity and research, as well as the production of new work and collaborations outside the context of exhibitions. Our cyclical presentations create an opportunity to get acquainted with the practice of artists and curators who will spend three months in Warsaw. 


  • Programme 

    • 2 p.m.3.30 p.m. 

      • 1. Hiroharu Mori (Japan) 

      • 2. Dominik Ritszel (Poland) 

      • 3. Katarína Poliačiková (Slovakia) 

    • 3.45 p.m.5.15 p.m. 

      • 4. Ali Cherri (Lebanon)

      • 5. Tomáš Rafa (Slovakia)

      • 6. Jurgen Ots (Belgium)

These artistic residencies have been made possible thanks to financial support from
and in collaboration with