Since this edition we have introduced a very important change: both individuals and groups who plan to participate in residencies, study visits, festivals and art reviews, conferences and seminars, as well as concert tours can apply for support within the programme.
Whose trips are supported in the 8th edition?
Karolina Włodek, Adam Martyniak, Joanna Kobyłt and Agata Lankamer go to Stockholm at the 2019 Stockholm Independent Art Fair to show two works: “Morska Bryza” – an installation filled with oceanic motifs corresponding to the idea of an ideal toilet, as well as the “Polski Pawilon Tropikalny” – the N126 Niewiadów camping trailer, in which the works of artists referring in their work to the nostalgia for heat, exoticism and prosperity visible in the native landscape will be shown.
Piotr Damasiewicz, Gerard Lebik, Adam Pindur, Maciej Obara, Dominik Wania, Ksawery Wójciński, Samuel Hall and Paweł Niewiadomski – the Power of the Horns – go to “Porgy & Bess”, the legendary jazz club in Vienna, where they will present their latest material live.
Lena Czerniawska goes on an artistic tour of Australia, where she will join Josten Myburgh, Michael McNab and Emilio Gordoa, presenting drawing and sound improvisations. The artists are planning to perform in Tura New Music in Perth, Coma in Adelaide, Make It Up Club in Melbourne, Mona in Hobart, la la la and Now in Sydney.
Rafał Łuc goes to the studio “Eole” in Blagnac, France, where together with Pierre Jodlowski he will record the composition “Something out of Apocalypse for accordion and soundtrack”.
Gabriela “Gabukow” Kowalska and Ewa Zwarycz return to Plovdiv, where last year they created at the residency within the framework of the ADATA AiR programme initiated by the European Capital of Culture Plovdiv 2019 team. This year the artists from Wrocław are planning to carry out their project “Adata Island Laboratory”, within the framework of which they will bring the symbolic island of Adata to the city centre in the form of an artistic installation.