Artistic symposium Science in art – art in science

Wygryny 27 | Ruciane-Nida municipality | Masuria (PL)
20/07/2019 - 28/07/2019

The 3rd Art Symposium of the Mi Do Szu Foundation in Wygryny, Masuria, was organised for artists who value contact with nature, a clean environment and a homely atmosphere. The intimate accommodation and working conditions are conducive to evening meetings – lectures given by invited artists and guests.

The symposium will be participated in by:
Agata Czeremuszkin-Chrut / Agnieszka Żak-Biełowa / Bartłomiej Sęczawa / Elvin Flamingo / Izabela Maria Uchman / Maciej Sęczawa / Monika Kopczewska / Monika Krajewska / Karolina Pikosz / Katarzyna Kowalska / Łukasz Huculak / Sylwester Piędziejewski / Sylwia Svorova Pawełkowicz / Wojciech Osiak

We will also be visited with a lecture by Jan Fabry – an employee of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

Thematic areas of the lectures:

⦁ ornament – drawn from nature and geometry, a language of different cultures;
⦁ art and science – through the eyes of an artist;
⦁ art and science – through the eyes of a scientist.


Jan Fabry – Looking at art through the eyes of a scientist. Geometry. Wenzel Jamnitzer.
Iza Uchman – “THE QUADRAT – a unit of perfection of eternal order.”

Monika Krajewska – “On celestial bodies in Jewish tradition and calendar”.

Katarzyna Kowalska – “The influence of science on the creative process”.

Sylwester Piędziejewski – “The openness of the ornament”.
Elvin Flamingo – ‘Obstacles on the road to perfection’.

Sylwia Svorova Pawełkowicz – “Provenance and authentication of works of art. Application of sciences in the study of works of art”.

Curator: Sylwia Svorova Pawełkowicz

Photo and graphic: social media of the organizer and private archives of the artist

Project under the patronage of:
European Parliament
Marshal of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship
Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Warsaw
Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Prague
Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences