ZAMEK Culture Centre

Dawid Misiorny


Dawid is a graduate of the Faculty of  Cultural Studies, AMU and the Faculty of Multimedia  Communications, UA, where he studied Intermedia. Currently, he is a student of the interdisciplinary doctoral programme at the latter faculty. His works have been shown at numerous solo exhibitions, for instance at Piekary Galley, ZPAF Galllery in Cracow, as well as at collective shows, such as the Photography Month in Cracow, Photography Biennial in Poznań, at the Bunker Sztuki Gallery in Cracow or the Kathmandu Triennial. Moreover, his pictures and texts have been published in a variety of periodicals, including Fotografia, Punkt, Szum, PIG, Holy Ghost, Romka Magazine. The year 2012 saw him win the award of the Photography Month, while in 2013 Misiorny sat on the jury of the Warsaw Photo Days. Also, in 2012-2013 the artist collaborated with Self Publish, Be Happy in London, and in 2014 founded Magenta, a magazine devoted to contemporary photography.


PROCESS AS A WORK OF ART. DURING OUR LIVES SHALL WE DIE


The following constitute the essence of the project entitled Process as a Work of Art. During Our Lives Shall We Die:

* associations between “live art” (performance art) and “living live” (pics or it didn’t happen),
* relations between the terms of performativeness and performative image,
* links between “here and now” construed as participation and “here and now” understood as co-observation.

The project aims at a roguish, picaresque research process heading “towards agency”, focusing on the notions of carnivalization, repetition,  ANT, performance, documentation-distribution.  Adopting such objectives, the project will set out from avant-garde performative actions by such artists as Richard Long, Bruce Nauman, Judith Chicago, Tom Marioni, or Robert Morris. 


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