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Opening:
15th October 2011, 18:00, Wyspa Institute of Art

Exhibition on view:
Tuesday - Sunday, 12.00-18.00


Anna Reinert’s painting is first and foremost focused on the reconstruction of visible reality, not its imitation. Its main concern is not any approximation, intuitive method and, even, observation but the rational, scientific certainty. The reduction of a three-dimensional space to the plane of a painting, following a scientific approach, brings to mind the 15th-century intention to create new rules for painting in Renaissance time and the concept of a painting as the window open to the world.


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Matadero Madrid - centro de creación contemporáneo del ayuntamiento de Madrid

Open Daily:
Monday - Friday 16:00 - 22:00
Saturday - Sunday 11:00 - 22:00


Free entry to all events.
All events with Spanish translation.


Everyday: 11:00 – 20:00

Elżbieta Jabłońska - Resident’s performance The Revolt, 2011 (Shed 1)

Elżbieta Jabłońska’s intervention at Solidarność Camp is based on the principle of performativity which derives from Austin’s concept of ‘performative utterances’  combining it with a specific physical action. The events that have recently stirred European cities, Madrid also, are forms of social disagreement with the order whose political, social and above all economic facts of  existence have exhausted their conciliatory potential and have become unacceptable.

Throughout her residence at the Camp, the artist will induce small, daily changes with the use of words and actions. New elements will constantly appear and cause commotion and change the status quo. The revolt in Jabłonśka’s interpretation is the moment when communication is simultaneously the main priority and the greatest difficulty. It breaks through despite the noise, gibberish, lack of dialogue. When it finds an outlet, it has the power to change. Sometimes this outlet is blocked because of a lack of faith and infinite possibilities of interpretation.

Grzegorz Klaman - Untitled (Shed 4)
Marek Sobczyk - Solitarity (Shed 5)
Jadwiga Sawicka - Never Happened / Reading Room (Shed 3)
Video Library - (Shed 2)


12.10 Wednesday

17:00 Official opening of the exhibition Solidarność Camp

18:00 Lecture: “Solidarity – a communist event. An attempt at a reinterpretation” by Jakub Majmurek

19:00 A political woman. Meeting with Henryka Krzywonos and cooking the conspiracy soup "Karuzela"


20:00 Performance: “Health and Safety at work. A user’s manual for revitalization of post-working class territories” by
Jacek Niegoda



21:00 Debate: “How the material resonates politically? The discussion around the worker’s sheds installation”. Participants: Arne Hendriks, Inês Moreira, Aneta Szyłak, Leire Vergara


13.10 Thursday

16:00 – 20:00 Consultations for artists Consultants: Arne Hendriks, Grzegorz Klaman, Inês Moreira, Aneta Szyłak, Leire Vergara

20:00 Stage Reading - Julia Holewińska: “Foreign bodies”
Spanish translation: Elżbieta Bortkiewicz
Stage direction: Natalia Korczakowska

21:00 Meeting with the author: Julia Holewińska

22:00 Film Screening: “I still believe”
Directed by: Magdalena Mosiewicz


14.10 Friday


17:00 – 20:00 The Inner Ear Massage Parlour
Only one person can enter the shed during each 12-minute-long performance.
The Inner Ear Massage Parlour is a charlatan’s project, mixing truth with fiction, the absurd and grotesque but treating things in a professional and serious manner. With reference to traditional shamans and the barber surgeons of medieval Europe IEMP seeks to find the very deep connections between medicine and music. IEMP’s work is different from that to the conventional approach of music therapists, but they remain open to the inspiration and knowledge that comes from this trade. As charlatans IEMP are absolved and free from convention, but as good-hearted people they have the best intentions towards what they do. In accordance with the science and wisdom of Professor Ripplemark, IEMP play and heal others equally as well as themselves.
Performers:
Jacek Mazurkiewicz, Patryk Zakrocki


20:00 Performance: Elżbieta Jabłońska

22:30 Concert: Gypsy Pill


15.10 Saturday

14:00 – 17:00 “The Man Who Whistled While He Worked and other stories.”  Acoustic workshop for children and adults by Zorka Wollny

17:00 – 20:00 The Inner Ear Massage Parlour

19:00 Solidarność Camp Special Guest Zygmunt Bauman: “Has Solidarity a future?”


16.10 Sunday


12:00 – 15:00 “The Man Who Whistled While He Worked and other stories.”  Acoustic workshop for children and adults by Zorka Wollny

17:00 – 20:00 The Inner Ear Massage Parlour

20:00 Bożena Umińska-Keff: “On Mother and Fatherland”
Spanish translation: Aranzazu Calderón Puerta
Stage direction: Ana Brzezińska

Drama translation was possible thanks to the financial support of the Instytut Książki – Sample Translation Program


18.10 Tuesday


16:00 – 20:00 “How to become lonely and parasitical of your own free will and accord?” Art workshop and public demonstration with Marek Sobczyk

18:00 Lecture: "The Taboo of Freedom. Polish Theater after 1989" by Piotr Gruszczyński

19:30 Lecture: "Theater as Politics – the practice of art focused on transforming reality" by Igor Stokfiszewski


19.10 Wednesday

16:00 – 20:00 “How to become lonely and parasitical of your own free will and accord?” Art workshop and public demonstration with Marek Sobczyk

20:00 Film Screening: “Places of Transformation” Directed by Łukasz Konopa


20.10 Thursday

20:00 Drama: “Small Narration
Written, directed and performed by Wojtek Ziemilski

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