October 22 - November 11, 2016


Friday, October 21, 2016 @ 7pm


Piotr Drewko

'The notion of an apparatus in a state of low-power readiness remakes the larger sense of sleep into simply a deferred or diminished condition of operationality and access. It supersedes an off/on logic, so that nothing is ever fundamentally "off" and there is never an actual state of rest.' [Jonathan Crary ’24/7, Late Capitalism and the End of Sleep’]

Aleksandra Zielińska (born 1991, Szczecinek) lives and works in Szczecin since 2011. In 2015 she received her BA in multimedia arts under Prof. Agata Michowska and Prof. Wojciech Łazarczyk at the Academy of Arts in Szczecin, where she continues her graduate studies at the Faculty of Painting and New Media.

Selected group exhibitions:

2016 :

Local pressure, curators: Jakub Czyszczoń, Mateusz Sadowski, private space, Poznań

Trochę jesteśmy trochę nas nie ma (To some extent we exist, to some extent we do not), as a curator, Szczecin

Th best of, curator: Aurelia Nowak, Zona Sztuki Aktualnej, Szczecin

Entrance Through the Exit, curators: Wojciech Łazarczyk, Jakub Czyszczoń, Dom Słowa Polskiego, Warsaw


Art+Bits Festival, curator: Ksawery Kaliski, Katowice

Palazzo de aur, Obrońców Stalingradu 17, Szczecin

Local Temperature,  curators: Jakub Czyszczoń, Mateusz Sadowski, Obrońców Stalingradu 17, Szczecin


The exhibition is part of a series spotlighting young Polish artists, entitled 'I think I am something made up by others'curated by Piotr Drewko in TRAFO Centre for Contemporary Art, Szczecin.  


Image: Recording of white-crowned Sparrow song, Kettle Moraine State Park, South Unit, Waukesha County, Wisconsin