Projected onto a surface area of 800 sq/m using state-of-the-art equipment, it’s a striking work that takes guests past powerful volcanic eruptions, dancing bolts of lightning, gigantic six-storey waves and to the Northern Lights themselves.
In this episode of The Debrief, we speak to Marek Cecuła, a veteran ceramic artist who also leads the design office at Ćmielów porcelain factory, about a new exhibition commemorating the Jewish people of Kielce in southern Poland.
After two decades in Kraków, artist Enrico Muscetra has expressed his gratitude to the city by gifting an ethereal sculpture titled Angel of Light.
Poland's Interior Ministry has sent a motion to the Prime Minister's Office requesting an order for state-owned companies to take over gas installations belonging to Novatek Green Energy, a Russian firm that has cut supplies in some parts of Poland.
Depicting 83 child-size figures, the monumental work entitled ‘Bambini’ consisting of a cluster of androgynous figures devoid of heads and identities, is now the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction in Poland.
Starting their campaign on November 14 to mark ‘Clean Air Day’, the Polish Smog Alert (PAS) rolled out the two-metre models of human lungs which ‘breathe’ using ventilators placed on their back and gradually change from being white to grey or even black colours.
A resurgence of neon lights has inspired city councillors to show that Katowice is creating beautiful things and showing how design, tradition and art have been drivers in the development of the post-industrial profile of the city.
Rajkowska told TFN that the interactive egg named The Song Thrush Hatchling vibrates “thanks to sound exciter transducers and emit a wide spectrum of sounds from a real-life hatching chick recorded with a contact microphone: the heartbeat, chirps and the pecking of the shell by the chick."
The installations comprise a large set of lungs – measuring around 2 sqm – which are covered with a white material which let air through thanks to a ventilator fixed to the rear of the unit.
Comprised of 240 transparent plastic tubes, each 104-metres long and approximately 3.5 centimetres in diameter, the work - titled ‘Stability In Volatility’ by artist Danuta Karsten - has reinvigorated interest in one of the capital’s most curious buildings and launched it back into the spotlight after years of neglect.