photo. A.Wałaszek

Broken artefacts or debris are socially perceived as dirt. For me these are other-than-human beings and I work as a guide and mediator to bring them to life. The found matter and I are working in situ or we migrate to new places.

Assembling together we gather an ex-centric presence, unwanted memory and lack of control with imaginary stories for increasing speculative visions in daily life. That co-creation uses a range of visuals media, assemblages, including performative sculpture, objects, performance, situations, walks, storytelling, audio and text. To animate and activate invisible worlds, I read urban public space as the scenography of human traces. With relational aesthetics and sticky, flexible materials, participatory experiences we create a vision of unheard voices to register the traces and compose new beings.

That co-creative process proves the power of otherness and cooperation as a magic tool for real shifts in socio-matter relations.


  • Open studio and Group Exhibition, Bermuda Open in The Gray Space in the Middle, The Hague, 2-4 June
  • Group Exhibition. Zukunftsvisionen, Goerlitz, DE, 9-18 June
  • Walkshop, New life in Buitenplaats Brienenoord in Rotterdam, 25 June
  • Performance, Walking with Speculative Artifacts, during the Conference Forms of (More Than) Human Relationality, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, UvA,
    29 June
  • Group Exhibition How to End in Pictura Dordrecht, NL (December)
  • Performance site-specific at The National Museum in Warsaw, PL (October)

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