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    author: Jakub Wojciechowski
    i was born on the same day thatpola raksa was although my faceis not to kill for well thats too badand hers as i remember it from tvso radiant like a trailer to some otherseries milk glass and no quarter justhoney and crosses and then the fireschool cigarettes singing processionsclinging recollections a victory marchof incomprehensible sighs no need fortears katyushas were laughing in her eyesit d

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    author: Józef Hoene Wroński, Andrzej Mitan, Jerzy Ludwiński, Mieczysław Eligiusz Litwiński, Jan Gałkowski & nn
    POLISH DIDACTIC POEMorABOUT POLISH PHILOSOPHY OF CREATIVITY AND ETHICS IN ARTAndrzej Mitan – sound poetry, performanceJanusz Skowron – keyboard instrumentsTadeusz Sudnik – studio of impossible soundstexts by: Józef Hoene Wroński, Andrzej Mitan, Jerzy Ludwiński, Mieczysław Eligiusz Litwiński, Jan Gałkowski nnFRENCH RATIONALISMGERMAN IDEALISMBRITISH PRAGMATICISMAMERICAN PRACTISISM

  • publication date: 2007
    author: Józef Żuk Piwkowski
    Art is most important, art is everywhere, you cannot escape from art. These sentences are beautiful and obvious to me, I wish they were true, and I believe they will.Art is most important for a number of reasons and from many points of view. It enables us to describe the world in the most perfect way. Often it allows the artist to create – despite of his or her material, political and geogra

  • publication date: 2007
    author: Janusz Zagrodzki
    We generally tend to track the sources of art back into the ancient culture, when there was basically no division between philosophy, art, science, and even religion. The scientists then were not interested in such distinctions, their aim was to reveal the basic laws of nature, and to discover the nature of all being. The views of artists who shaped the process of thought onwards, despite the seve

  • publication date: 2007
    author: redakcja
    WT: Who are you?Zygmunt Piotrowski: I am PioTrski for short. Piotrowski is a very popular Polish name, I removed the o" and the w", and I got an Italian first name Pio and Trski. A short name, short first name, it is very much in line with who I am.TR: What is art?P: I don't like this question. I ask myself a different one where to search for beauty? What I'm interested in is beauty. I began to s

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    author: rozmowa TR
    WT: Who are you?Chris Niedenthal: Who am I, what a question! I am who I am. I'm a photographer. I can't really do anything else, and that is both the tragedy of my life and the happiness of my life. I like to cook, I can play a bit on drums, but I didn't choose either of those things. I chose photography.WT: What made you go into photography?CN: I got my first camera when I was 11. There is or at

  • publication date: 2007
    author: Krzysztof Wojciechowski
    I am not sure if I really heard these southward going planes in the morning of August 21st, 1968, as I remember it now. Perhaps I had just made it up later. Anyway I started to listen to the radio as we usually did when something was happening. First and foremost it was the Radio Free Europe, but also some Czech stations. I did not have any idea then who Karel Kryl was. I wonder if they broadcaste

  • publication date: 2007
    author: Klara Kopcińska
    Go Kordians, go and chant that Poland still exists this was the ending of one of my essays in secondary school under martial law (Kordian was a hero of one of our great romantic dramas).I remember just this one sentence now, I have no idea what kind of nonsense was there in the beginning and middle of it, although, as far as I remember it was quite nicely written, and after all it's not my fault

  • publication date: 2007
    author: Klara Kopcińska
    Klara Kopcińska: In our work as art animators we often come across situations binding in some way art with... the power industry. Both when it comes to ideas, and – quite straightforwardly – through co-operation with companies active in this branch of economy, which are interested in supporting independent, energetic culture. The possibility to present the Icons of Victory exhibition i