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Afterlife

Afterlife

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Afterlife is a visual dialogue conducted between Szymon Rogiński’s photographs and the timeless structures of Katarzyna Korzeniecka’s works, created using the marbling (Ebru) technique.
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The Human Era
Kurzgesagt

The Human Era

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For some two million years, the lives of our ancestors basically remained unchanged. It was around 20,000 years ago that the behaviourally modern humans began a process that would change our lifestyles forever.
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Cliffhanger

Cliffhanger

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“Cliffhanger” consists of works from the latest projects of Weronika Gęsicka – “Holiday”, “Cocoon” and “Smash” – which are based on archival pictures from photo banks. They attempt to capture the tensions and fears that we have come to face nowadays.
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Textile Objects

Textile Objects

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Włostowska draws her formal inspirations from post-war industrial design created by women designers, she analyses the meaning of decorative fabric in kitchen spaces as a hyperbole of female emotions, projections and creations.
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An Antidote to Dissatisfaction
Kurzgesagt

An Antidote to Dissatisfaction

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People who are grateful, no matter what for, tend to be happier and more satisfied.
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Why You Shouldn’t Want To Live Forever
After Skool

Why You Shouldn’t Want To Live Forever

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We present you with another video by After Skool.
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The Largest Star in the Universe
Kurzgesagt

The Largest Star in the Universe

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Each of us sometimes looks at the starry sky at night. Have you ever thought about which stars are the largest in the universe? Here is the answer from Kurzgesagt.
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Life, watch out!
After Skool

Life, watch out!

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Here’s an eye-opening lecture by the famous actor Jim Carrey presented by Afterskool.
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Genetic Engineering
Kurzgesagt

Genetic Engineering

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...all these things that seemed impossible suddenly become reality. A video by Kurzgesagt.
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Abzgram

Abzgram

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“The Republics of the future depend on how their youth is raised…” This is a quote written on the wall of the J. Zamojski Academy. What are Polish schools like? Well, everyone in Poland knows that quite clearly. We can hear Gombrowicz chuckle from beyond the grave... Why? An attempt to investigate the contemporary educational system was undertaken by the photographer Karolina Wojtas.
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Marta, from the "New Adventures of Orphan Mary or Fulfillment of the Dreams" series

Marta, from the "New Adventures of Orphan Mary or Fulfillment of the Dreams" series

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Maurycy Gomulicki, 1996
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Time: The History & Future of Everything
Kurzgesagt

Time: The History & Future of Everything

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Time is everyone’s concern. It is priceless. Everyone experiences it differently, whether thinking about the past or looking into the future.
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Piedmont

Piedmont

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Harry Gruyaert, 2003
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Love and Protect

Love and Protect

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Stas Bartnikas’s favourite place to fly to and photograph is Iceland. He believes that Iceland is one of the most photogenic countries when looked from above – the combination of ice, snow, volcanic formations, glacial rivers, beaches and ocean makes for an absolutely surreal sight.
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Garden

Garden

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The project “Garden” by Marta Zgierska and Mateusz Sarełło is an invitation to observe a couple in a dialogue, negotiating their relationship and their collaborative authorship. The boundaries between the two are ambiguous; obsessive, poetic and analytical. Zgierska is dedicated to systematic fragmentation and dissection of the image of her own body, but at the same time also the dissection of flowers as symbols of other women. This results in persistent acts of contradictory self-inscriptions, at the same time violent and subtle.
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Italia 1957

Italia 1957

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Some photos from a well-known series by an even more well-known Polish photographer, Wojciech Plewiński.
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Optimistic Nihilism
Kurzgesagt

Optimistic Nihilism

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Human existence is sometimes scary. How can we survive without losing our heads?
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Flowers and Enlightenment
After Skool

Flowers and Enlightenment

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The first flower probably did not survive for long, and flowers must have remained rare and isolated phenomena. Nowadays they are omnipresent and delight even relatively insensitive humans. So what can we learn from flowers?
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Brushing Grass

Brushing Grass

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The works from the “Brushing Grass” series document simple performative actions among clusters of grass. Brushed with a comb or smoothed out with the artists’ bare hands, the plants look like humanoid heads, adorned with thick mops of hair. And yet they resist; unruly ‘hair’ sticks out, grasses break when touched.
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Anger Detracts from Her Beauty

Anger Detracts from Her Beauty

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The depiction of female anger as irrational, hysterical, and just plain ugly has a long tradition: from harpies, witches and Medusa, to young girls inculcated to be polite and smiling, to memes of raging feminists and the so-called Resting Bitch Face syndrome.
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Water Dreams of Itself

Water Dreams of Itself

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The concept of identity, like that of reality itself, has become amorphous and multiplicitous. The result is a fluxing world in which fixity has been replaced by the potential for a range of shifting forms. In an individualistic culture, we can assemble and deconstruct ourselves at will, with the strict bonds of old giving way to a liquid instability.
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Solaris

Solaris

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At first glance, one can assume that Igor Omulecki’s works from the Solaris cycle stay within the orbit of post-minimalism and op-art. After all, the minds of the inhabitants of the art world are somehow trained to create such connotations. However, as Władysław Strzemiński put it in his Theory of Seeing: “It is not what the eye catches mechanically that matters in the process of seeing, but the consciousness man has of his seeing.”
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Kontakt

Kontakt

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Somewhere in Eastern Europe, children gather every summer to wear military uniforms, camp in tents under harsh conditions and practice firing guns. For an outsider, the idea itself seems scary. For them, it’s the time of their life.
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Skateboarders

Skateboarders

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Hugh Holland’s 1970s photographs of kids and teens skateboarding in empty swimming pools and boardwalks in Southern California are a perfect snapshot of the wild, frenetic energy of that era.
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At the Baltic Sea

At the Baltic Sea

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Herbert List, 1933
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Waiting for the Snow

Waiting for the Snow

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“Waiting for the Snow” (“Czekając na śnieg”) is a photographic project presenting the curious phenomenon of Polish migration to South American countries during the 19th-century partitions and the interwar period.
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Magnetic Sculptures

Magnetic Sculptures

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The “Magnetic Sculptures” project by Honza Zamojski is a series of overscaled black-and-white photographs depicting sculptures made of tiny magnets. Recalling the tone and proportion of Brassaï’s famous portfolio “Les Sculptures de Picasso”, Zamojski’s shadowy monuments also invoke the unrealized forms of constructivist architecture.
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“It’s Okay to Panic” Documentary Soon Available Online
Mind the climate

“It’s Okay to Panic” Documentary Soon Available Online

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“It’s Okay to Panic”, the new film by the creators of “Smog Wars”, will be released on 1st June 2020. The film’s production was supported by PRZEKRÓJ Foundation.
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INSIDE INSECT

INSIDE INSECT

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The “INSIDE INSECT” project is a personal exploration of the work, construction and representation of the symbolic universe of the film-maker Luis Buñuel. “INSIDE INSECT” updates the figure of Luis Buñuel through contemporary artistic perspectives, and explores the use and function of images.
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AEON

AEON

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Swiss photographer and artist Marcel Rickli reflects on pressing concerns about radioactive waste in the form of a visual research project in the field of tension between documentary photography and art. His latest work, AEON, contrasts the symbolic nature of nuclear semiotics with the factuality of repositories as they are planned and built today.
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What Does the Amazon Rainforest Have to Say? ♫

What Does the Amazon Rainforest Have to Say? ♫

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American acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton takes us on a sound trip to the first quiet park on Earth, where we can hear the gentle sounds of the Zabalo River, nestled deep in the Amazon rainforest.
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ENJOY house

ENJOY house

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This series by New York artist Shelli Weiler presents forms of escapist amusement as hostile and uninhabitable environments. Subjects and spaces are produced in the pursuit of ideals, where sites for entertainment are fashioned by their shortcomings. Through the negation of colour, this series focuses on how the construction of fantasy inevitably entails its own failure.
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There is Nothing New Under The Sun

There is Nothing New Under The Sun

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American philosopher and literary critic Frederic Jameson once said that it’s easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism. The photographer Kata Geibl refers to this thesis with her photo series entitled “There is Nothing New Under The Sun”.
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Halfway Up Mt. Mitchell, Burnsville, NC

Halfway Up Mt. Mitchell, Burnsville, NC

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Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Halfway Up Mt. Mitchell, Burnsville, NC, 2013
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La Famille

La Famille

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Alain Laboile, photographer and father of six children, is the creator of a testimony to the everyday celebration of blissful childhood.
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Night Remains

Night Remains

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Lovisa Ringborg captures an ambiguous world in her photographs, where the border between reality and fiction is blurred. In her artwork including photography, sculpture and video Ringborg investigates the subconscious, creating dreamy scenarios and situations, often balancing on a narrow path between beauty and repulsion.
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Figures

Figures

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Malala Andrialavidrazana’s works are remarkably personal in their nature, actively referring to the idea of territory – a concept the artist had researched for several years. Her images are filled with concern about cross-cultural dialogue, locality, and all kinds of sociological, economic and political constructs that stand – even if just a little – against the constant advance of globalization.
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"Smog Wars"
Mind the climate

"Smog Wars"

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Here is a documentary about Poland's smog problem and the country's efforts to tackle it, directed by Jonathan L. Ramsey and produced by Michał Konopa.
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A Communist LSD Trip. The Story of Czechoslovak Acid ♫

A Communist LSD Trip. The Story of Czechoslovak Acid ♫

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In the 1960s, LSD was legally available across Czechoslovakia. A writer recounts the story of how a communist state became the leading manufacturer of a psychedelic drug. Original text written by Aleksander Kaczorowski.