3-channel video installation, oyster shells, 2018
A master’s degree duo work with Michał Szaranowicz prepared in Studio of Spatial Activities led by Prof. Mirosław Bałka
Defence: 27.09.2018, Komputer Gallery in Warsaw.
In Warsaw, on the east bank of the Vistula, across the river from the Museum of Modern Art an investment Port Praski (eng. Praga Harbour) is being realized. 1885-2012 the area serves as a harbour surrounded by rather poor tenement buildings and a green wasteland, there was a slaughterhouse, too. The ambitious, emerging housing developement should change the place’s aura for a European-class district (the architects even refer to London City).
The investment cannot be finished until a water lock is built. In our installation we would like to touch upon Port Praski and point out a lock’s function - as a machine that changes level of something that goes through it.
For the exposition we chose a room that contains different levels itself - to get into you have to go downstairs, inside there are also steps. The space is placed close to Port Praski.