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17 - 28/06/2016

Elżbieta Niewiadomska:
GalleryElżbieta Niewiadomska: "510 szklanych oczu" / photo: Maciej Zakrzewski

Thought the day, a camera composed of eight observers was moving around Poznań recording the nature and dynamics of the urban fabric. “510 szklanych oczu” project made it possible to observe events from a distance, and to directly record them on paper. As part of “Strefa wrzenia” (boiling zone), we talked about ineffective group communication. We investigated some project simulations and tried to determine why they had gone wrong. Marcin Kącki canvassed reporter workshop: “Miasto za kulisami codziennego teatru”. As part of Forum, “City Architecture for culture” meeting took place. We were debating whether architecture plays a culture building role, how does it combine social and cultural issues and how does an architect’s vision fit into a city’s development strategies, and what conflicts of interest do architects have to face. Franciszek Sterczewski took as for a walk “Poznań niezaistniały”, during which he proved, that were it not for certain historical or economic circumstances, a developer’s whim, or simply pure change, Poznań could have looked completely different. After a week of climbing up Poznań’s skyscrapers, we ended the journey on a roof of Patio Provence restaurant, watching “Man on Wire”, the film based on the memories of the tightrope walker whose unique spectacle became known as "the artistic crime of the century".