SHORT WAVES Polish Short Film Festival
Saturday 27 April, 1.30pm at Rio Cinema, London
The 5th edition of Short Waves features the nine best short films selected out of 150 submitted proposals. "An hour-long programme will take the viewers on a journey of diverse emotions, from fear through humour to love."
THE GUARDIANS, Krzysztof Szot
THE GOVERNANCE OF LOVE, Adela Kaczmarek
ALL SOULS’ DAY, Aleksandra Terpińska
TO LOVE LIFE, Piotr Bosacki
SPONGE IDEAS, Katarzyna Nalewajka, Paulina Szewczyk
PHOTON, Alexander Pawlik
A MEMORY OF LAST SUMMER, Kuba Gryżewski, Ivo Krankowski
SHAPE, Przemysław Adamski, Katarzyna Kijek
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CHILDREN DON’T WANT TO EAT SOUP, Paweł Prewencki
Painting has always been her primary medium. She like fusing together different values of analogue and digital. So even as screen-printing the painterly texture is important for her.
She tries to find uncommon juxtaposition of bright and strong colours to keep playful quality of the compositions.
Whilst she find herself drawn to abstraction – the approach she chooses is creating a feeling of motion and space through geometrical shapes – on the other hand she is also interested in archetypes, mythology and fairy tales.
For a full profile on the artist click here.
The publication was printed to accompany the exhibition Subject to Change. Perspectives from UK based Polish Artists at the Kursaal Space. It contains profiles on all participating artists: Anja Borowicz, Kasia Depta-Garapich, Alicja Dobrucka, Magdalena Drwiega, Marcin Dudek, Eva Lis, Jan Manski, Gracjana Rejmer, Sabina Sallis, Justyna Scheuring, Rafal Zawistowski. Texts by Douglas Hunter - Artistic Director of Hungry Arts, Agnieszka Kucharko - Visual Arts Director of Deconstruction Project and an critical essay by Zbigniew Kotkiewicz - Deconstruction Project Associate Curator.
The publication was printed along the exhibition that took place at Metal Chalkwell Hall in September 2010. The show comprised of works by six contemporary Polish artists and was curated by Deconstruction Project as part of Polish Arts Festival in collaboration with Hungry Arts and Metal Southend. YPA`s_Metal contains profiles on all participating artists.