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Wyspa Institute of Art reintroduces “Alternative Economics, Alternative Societies” by Oliver Ressler

In this very moment of widespread and publicly manifested disagreement on how the general framework of the organisation of our lives and economies is being executed, it is crucial to engage critically and practically with changing the reality with which we no longer comply. In the light of this awareness, Wyspa Institute of Art proposes a careful reading of the book that has collected views from different cultural perspectives, forms of organisations and geographies and submits some theoretical and locally tested and implemented alternative proposals.

The English/Polish book “Alternative Economics, Alternative Societies” is a collaborative effort of the Wyspa Insitute of Art and the artist Oliver Ressler (http://www.ressler.at/alternative_economics), following the presentation in the “Health and Safety” exhibition at Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdansk 2004, and shows the current status of the ongoing project, which has been realised in 21 cities so far. The exhibition project “Alternative Economics, Alternative Societies” by Oliver Ressler focuses on diverse concepts and models for alternative economies and societies, which all share a rejection of the capitalist system of rule.



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25th of November (Friday)
09:00 PM / Hall 90B

Directed by: Bożena Eltermann
Concept and choreography: Bożena Eltermann
Cast:  Bożena Eltermann, Anna Steller, Marek Kakareko, Adrianna Kubik

Guest appereance of the musicians: Olo Walicki, Gaba Kulka

Tickets: 20 PLN / available in Buffet and ISW

Bożena Elterman’s most recent production „Heretics, Heterics, Hedonists, Celebrities” refers to  the aesthetics of the period between the wars of the twentieth century, and her own art project – the Cynada Theatre refers to a German Expressionism and artists such as Rudolf von Laban and Mary Wigman.

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