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Agnieszka Wolodzko

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http://agnieszka-wolodzko.pl/

Al. Wojska Polskiego 33c/9, Gdansk, Poland
Artist, curator, researcher working with photography, drawing, ceramics, installation, sound works, actions, implementation of workshops for different social groups and reation of ideas. I am an author of 2 photographic books: Japan 2002-2003. Photographic Diary (2005), Reading Walls (2014). Research interests: art in public space, issues of the modern city, participation, intercultural dialogue. Since 2015: chair of the Foundation Cultures beyond culture.

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It is the European architecture that would reflect a fact that our continent is inhabited not only by the indigenous Europeans but also by outsiders who have a contribution to our culture.
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My vision of the future architecture concerns public spaces that should be welcoming for not only "old" residents but also for newcomers/migrants. They should give to the migrants a chance to find a friendly atmosphere that would compensate their feeling of a loss of social and cultural belonging. This type of public spaces should include aesthetical elements taken not only from a local culture but also elements taken from cultures of the newcomers. Moreover such spaces should allow migrants cultivating their own traditions and ways of being in the urban space.

Flying Carpet


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Flying Carpet


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It is the European architecture that would reflect a fact that our continent is inhabited not only by the indigenous Europeans but also by outsiders who have a contribution to our culture.
File under

My vision of the future architecture concerns public spaces that should be welcoming for not only "old" residents but also for newcomers/migrants. They should give to the migrants a chance to find a friendly atmosphere that would compensate their feeling of a loss of social and cultural belonging. This type of public spaces should include aesthetical elements taken not only from a local culture but also elements taken from cultures of the newcomers. Moreover such spaces should allow migrants cultivating their own traditions and ways of being in the urban space.


Idea by

Agnieszka Wolodzko
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Al. Wojska Polskiego 33c/9
Gdansk
Poland
Artist, curator, researcher working with photography, drawing, ceramics, installation, sound works, actions, implementation of workshops for different social groups and reation of ideas. I am an author of 2 photographic books: Japan 2002-2003. Photographic Diary (2005), Reading Walls (2014). Research interests: art in public space, issues of the modern city, participation, intercultural dialogue. Since 2015: chair of the Foundation Cultures beyond culture.