Wrocław, Poland (May 2012)
That project was my first curatorial experience. The idea of the SUW  began to take shape and the SUW’s rules were slowly emerging. This attempt pointed the way for the next editions of the SUW and developing the idea.
M3 was organised in an apartment on Rostafinskiego Street in Wrocław, a student flat inhabited by a few students of the Academy of Fine Arts. The apartment was about 120 m2 and was humorously called Rostafinski Café due to its vibrant atmosphere. It was located in Nadodrze district – a part of the city that back then was under the revitalization program aiming at gentrification of the old part of the city.
The idea behind the exhibition was to include not only a comment on the revitalization of residential architecture, but also to revive the cultural life of the district and bring a creative potential to the people there. 39 artists coming from 7 different countries were invited to participate in the exhibition. Their works were related to the broad idea of flat – a concept that brings various memories, emotions and associations.
Artists: Nora Aurrekoetxea, Jurgis Bernatoins, Aleksandra Bełz-Rajtak, Grzegorze Bolibok, Krzysztof Bryła, Karolina Buczkiewicz, Paula Cytrzyńska, Magdalena Czerniawska, Matěj Frank, Kata Franz, Agata Garbacz, Derya Geylani, Ewa Głowacka, Paweł Grabowski, Adam Grudzień, Karolina Jachymiak, Adam Kopiec, Magdalena Kreis, Kaja Kukuła, Kamila Kuźnicka, Adam Martyniak, Zheko Mihov, Iwona Ogrodzka, Aleksandra Olejniczak, Karolina Pietrzyk, Jabier Porta, Maciek Pytlak, Anna Raczyńska, Krzysztof Rubach, Agnieszka Sierzputowska, Ewa Służyńska, Aneta Solomonidu, Stiliyan Stanimirov Stoychev, Bariş Uçar, Marian Vredik, Aleksandra Wałaszek, Michał Węgrzyn, Zuza Wollny, Kamila Wolszczak
Team: Kamila Wolszczak, Aleksandra Bełz-Rajtak, Nora Aurrekoetxea, Grzegorz Bolibok, Matěj Frank, Kaja Kukuła (graphic design)
– A video documentation