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Maria Magdalena Kozłowska. I've had enough

  • okres trwania: 26.01. - 8.03.2019
  • kurator: curator: Katarzyna Kalina
  • dodatkowe: opening: January 26 (Saturday) 7 PM

„I've had enough”

Opera often irritates people
Fun for the white and the rich
Boring and pompous

But I'd say everyone
the rich and the poor alike
know moments
so mighty that they demand a scream
the more precious
the bigger the chance of relief

MMK

Maria Magdalena Kozłowska (born in Zielona Góra) - a graduate of the Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw, currently a student at the DAS Theater in Amsterdam. A founder (together with Maria Toboła) of the duo Małpeczki. She functions on the boundary of many fields - she is interested in performance, music, writing texts, and directing. Her works were exhibited, among others, at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, the Raster Gallery, the Center for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle, as well as during Manifesta the European Biennal of Contemporary Art and the Venice Biennale.

Cooperation: MDK nr 1 Bytom

exhibitions 2019

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     (...)

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    26.01. – 8.03.2019
    curator: Agata Cukierska
    Opening: January 26 (Saturday) 7 PM
  • Maria Magdalena Kozłowska. I've had enough

    „I've had enough”

    Opera often irritates people
    Fun for the white and the rich
    Boring and pompous

    26.01. - 8.03.2019
    curator: Katarzyna Kalina
    opening: January 26 (Saturday) 7 PM