- 1st December, 6 p.m. (Tuesday)
- Event will be held online on Facebook Muzeum Pana Tadeusza in two languages: English and Polish
On Tuesday 1 December at 6 p.m., the Pan Tadeusz Museum invites you for a presentation by Maria Hlavajova, the final event in a series of dialogues with Post Brothers.
Committed to the notion of art as a public sphere and a political space, BAK addresses the social, ideological, and environmental urgencies of the present by combining public programming and exhibition-making with research, learning, and talent development, bringing together disparate communities to imagine and enact transformative ways of ‘being together otherwise’.
In this event, Hlavajova will reflect on the state of the public sphere at a time where the pandemic, border regimes, state violence, precarious economics, and political repression are threatening our communities and producing barriers to collective action, and will share a number of politically-driven experiments with and through art that seek to confront these pressing conditions.
In conversation with Post Brothers, Hlavajova will also speak about the need to rethink the relations between the ‘local’ and ‘global’ outside nationalist or neoliberal capitalist frameworks and will consider strategies for ‘non-fascist living’ at various scales as a response to the dramatic resurfacing and normalization of historical and contemporary fascisms in our present.
As part of the film program ‘Hands up!’ Rebellion in V4 cinema the Pan Tadeusz Museum presents a series of public dialogues addressing the precarious social, ecological, and political conditions of community and cultural production today.
Curatorial assistance: Ewa Tatar
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.