A better tomorrow was yesterday | 10×10

Labirynt Gallery, Plaza | Lipowa 13, entrance from Ofiar Katynia | Lublin (PL)
10/11/2021 - 28/11/2021

The theme of the exhibition will be the future, perceived as a phenomenon that is taking place before our eyes. Visions from the sciencie-fiction films of the 80s have materialized, the pandemic has taken over the world, chaos reigns around, forecasts for the future are not very optimistic. The aim of the play is to visualize possible scenarios of the future on the basis of the present and premises for the coming years. Artists are looking for the right models of development in the field of economy, consumption, climate, social sphere, transport, architecture. They reflect on how the city will function in the future, what will travel and art look like: to what extent will it move to the VR space, how will this or newer technology develop? The artists assume that first of all it is worth subjecting them to thorough reflection. They ask themselves questions: about future social hierarchies, about the economy after capitalism, about the cosmic performer Betelgeuse? When will it explode and will humanity be able to see this phenomenon?

artists: Katarzyna Kowalska, Grzegorz Tomczyk, Kamil Zaleski
coordination: Aniela Mroczek

Exhibition organized in cooperation with the Labyrinth Gallery.

The “10×10” project is implemented by the “Open Studio” Artistic Association in Lublin in cooperation with the Cultural Center in Lublin.
Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport from the Culture Promotion Fund.

Photo: Piotr Korol, Marta Kammbach

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