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Liliana Piskorska, photo: courtesy of the artist

Intermedia artist. She does drawing, objects, photography, performance and video. Born on December 17th 1988 in Toruń.

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In 2016, the Liverpool Biennale hosted a massive exhibition by Krzysztof Wodiczko, an artist that has worked for decades crossing the divide between art and engineering. In a conversation with Culture.pl, he talks about his various projects, including those dedicated to people with difficult lives on the margins of society.

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Krzysztof Wodiczko, Guests, 2009, view from the FACT exhibition (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), 2016, photo: Jon Barraclough

The FACT exhibition in Liverpool presents over 40 years of Wodiczko’s collaborations with marginalised social groups.

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Robert Lisek, SPECTRUM, Leto Gallery in Warsaw, photo courtesy the artist

Artist, mathematician, and performance artist, focusing on artistic development and design of calculation systems and processes, as well as on their application in analysing biological and social phenomena.

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Krzysztof Wodiczko, Personal Instrument, 1969-1972, photo courtesy of Łódź Art Museum

The relationship between art, science, and technology has a long and complex tradition in Poland, going back to the experiments of the first avant-garde.

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Artur Żmijewski, Singing Lesson 1, DVD, master Betacam, 14’, 2001, photo: courtesy of Foksal Gallery Foundation

One of the most fateful artistic projects in Polish contemporary art. The deaf-mute performers of Maklakiewicz’s Kyrie and Bach’s Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben were able to open themselves up to not previously available experiences and encounter an act of transcendence.

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Artur Żmijewski, still from a film from the Democracies series, 2009, image courtesy Foksal Gallery Foundation

A series of short films by Żmijewski documenting various manifestations of political activity in public space.

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In 2009, the artist created a series of 20 dokumentary films titled Democracies.

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Jerzy "Jurry" Zieliński, S.O.S. - Ratujcie nasze dusze / S.O.S – Save our Souls, 1977, oil on canvas, 96.5 x 130 cm, collection of the National Museum in Warsaw, courtesy of the National Museum in Warsaw

Jurry created an entire series of very succinct compositions, usually based on a colour range limited to red, white, and blue. Their common element is a simple symbol of lips.

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Zbigniew Libera, Lego Concentration Camp / Lego. Obóz koncentracyjny, 1996, box with Lego bricks, photo courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

Not the kind of toy one could buy in a regular shop. Even though at first sight this looks just like a Lego set, it is simply Zbigniew Libera's work of art imitating the original.

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Selected works by Roman Stańczak.

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Roman Stańczak, photo courtesy of the artist

A sculptor born in 1969 in Szczecin.

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Okładka (nid 6872967)

Zieliński converted the symbolism of both Pop Art and the communist propaganda of Soviet-occupied Poland to serve his individual purposes - a social critique of the system.

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Okładka (nid 6594871)

The artist plays with the image in a way that incorporates memory to shift the order of history. The traumas of the best are brought to the surface in order to grapple with nightmarish visions of the future.

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Okładka (nid 6593315)

The series numbers 164 reproductions in colour and black-and-white depicting some of the world's most famous actors playing the roles of Nazi officers in films set during World War II.

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The illuminated gardens of the Musée Rodin host the Polish artist's video installation projected on seven screens for the Parisian edition of international museum night

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Okładka (nid 6309579)

Żmijewski and Warsza's vision for the 2012 Biennale of Contemporary Art in Berlin is one without fear, an art world intricately tied with politics and not afraid to stand up for the rights of its citizens.

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Forget Fear, cover

Żmijewski and Warsza have put together a publication that works around the major question of the 2012 Berlin Biennale: How can art change politics and evoke real effects in our society?

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Joanna Rajkowska, fot. Wojciech Druszcz / REPORTER / East News

A versatile artist who uses various mediums, she take photographs and makes sculptures, drawings, objects, and installations that focus on the interface of art and reality.

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Ewa Partum, Exercises, 1972

In the critical art artists focused their attention on the body seen as a realm of experimentation, a site affected by power structures, an object exposed to constant innovation.

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