In a week or so, this space will start dissolving in the past, loosing shape to gain a MODERN one. Since 2010 it’s been waking up for maximum three days a year to host a new media art exhibition. I needed to record its predominant shadowy status for posterity and say goodbuy to three editions of stress and euphoria. I brought ghosts with me to fill the empty tiles, leftovers of captions and the paint peeling off the floor.
Noise Intercepted Collaborators
Agnieszka Slodownik - editor, curator, street-arter, author of articles and short audiovisual forms
Why do I want to participate?
I want to be surprised by challenges that I didn't come up with myself. I sometimes make short street polls for dwutygodnik.com, a born-digital magazine about culture (in Polish), and used to work in a radio station – sound is important, and THIS might be a different kind of stimulus.
Can you hear the tear? There she is, the master of ceremony. The prelude to proper part of the cinema experience. The background sounds and insignificant procedures make me want to go there instead of watch yet another avi.
Warsaw is ambitious. We want to overthrow our past; of being passive, outdated, unable. So we grab onto our keyboards and touch panels and rush. From work to work. It’s a one way show. Armies of keyboards surround me and you and get internalised, careful there.