Interactive Playground: Kunsthal Aarhus / Denmark
   

19 August – 23 October, 2016

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

fot. Jens Møller

Interactive Playground: Kunsthal Aarhus / Denmark
   

19 August – 23 October, 2016

COOPERATION

Project within the “2016 Promesa: Promoting Polish Culture Abroad” program. The project is co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.

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After numerous international voyages, the Interactive Playground exhibition created by Paweł Janicki, Zbigniew Kupisz, Patrycja Mastej and Dominika Sobolewska will arrive to Kunsthal Aarhus.

A longtime partnership program of WRO Art Center and Kunsthal Aarhus is designed to promote Polish culture abroad through the presentation of artistic achievements in the field of new media art. So far, institutions cooperated with presenting On the Silver Globe exhibition and WRO on Tour screenings. Presentation at Kunsthal Aarhus is in a slightly expanded formula under the heading of Around Interactive Playground.

As part of the multifaceted project in the years 2015 there were held study visits and animation workshops for children which resulted in new Danish version of the Sorcerer installation.

An integral element of the presentation of all eight Interactive Playground’s installations is the Chillout Cinema featuring the best of Polish animated films. After the visit in Kunsthal Aarhus the visitors will receive an Post-Exhibition Catalogue – a publication, made by Magdalena Kreis, collecting selected themes from the exhibition, as an inspiration to further creative investigations in the daily surroundings.

Another important element of the presentation in Kunsthal Aarhus is the presence of Art Guides – people specially trained for art mediators by the team of WRO to work with the audience. The art guides will act as mediators between the exhibition and the audience.

Specially for the presentation in Kunsthal Aarhus, there’s been a new visual identity of the exhibition created by a young Polish designer and illustrator, Michał Loba.