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I'd like to be weak, fragile as porcelain

2012, video-performance, 3'21'', loop


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Ślady

2012, video-performance, 4'49''


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Blisko

2012, installation, table, fabric

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My home is where I am

2011, video-performance, 4'29''


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In situ

2011, site-specific, soil, wire
Symposium 'Fenomen Gemer' – Ozdany (Slovakia)

Fragments of a cracked soil crust, slightly lifted above it's surface, appear as levitating. Those fragments symbolize process of reclaiming clay excavation, which should happen in a name of balance.

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Grand Canyon of Art. Landscape of the Mine

2006, symposia and workshops – BOT Brown Coal Mine 'Belchatow'
Organizers: Karina Marusinska (AFA Wroclaw), Aleksandra Idziak (SGGW Warsaw)

Perception of the space of open-pit mine with the aid of art as the new view on industrial, seemingly technically and culturally dead space – identification of landscape (seeking Genius Loci of mine space) and an attempt of modelling it by action; Art as a polemic with strict technique of reclamation; Co-creation of unique, new ‘kraj-obraz’ (Polish: krajobraz – landscape; kraj – country/land; obraz – picture; kraj-obraz – the picture of the country/land) of the mine as an alive source of inspiration for young artist and landscape architect – land/picture readers and land/picture planners/creators; The landscape of mine – viewpoint of the open-pit and desolated village Debina as new, open gallery spaces for unconventional modern art – alternative strategy of development for BOT KWB Belchatow S.A terrains and the whole region.

From the view of further landscape architect and artist modelling the land of the Belchatow mine is a remarkable challenge. In our collaborative work using art in landscape reading and planning as a medium, a symbol itself completes the craft of management and arrangement of the open-pit mine in Belchatow, ‘cause the art may show its new energy, not only the one gathered from coal…’
Aleksandra Idziak-Brown

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