My work Allotments refers to the Polish tradition of the harvest festival and is a hybrid form of the street theatre. It comprises an action dedicated to the Reymont Allotments in Łódź. The audience, provided with maps, walks through the allotments. In the places marked on the map, there are QR codes that send to video films recorded with a mini DV camera in tribute to particular phenomena that characterize the singularity of the allotments.
My work for A greeting card for loved ones consists of six sculptural objects made for each of the six chapters of a hand-made album in the form of a children’s greeting card. The objects were incorporated by me into the space of the allotment house so that at first glance it would seem to be its natural part. The video displayed on the CRT TV set gives the objects a processual character. The project is dedicated to people whose memory I am trying to save.
Adrianna Gołębiewska (PL), born in 1991 in Gdańsk. A graduate of the OSSP in Gdynia; in 2015, she graduated in Stage Design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, and in 2017, she graduated from the Faculty of Visual Arts and the Faculty of Sculpture and Interactive Actions at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź. A set designer, author of collages, photographs, sculptural objects, video works and multimedia installations. Her main exhibitions took place in the BTL Theatre in Białystok (2014), at the Beijing International Art Biennale (2014) and at The Bridge in Bratislava (2016). She is a laureate of the Jerzy Moskal Award and the award of the director of the Theatre of Silesia at the New Scenography Festival in Katowice (2013), the award at the Beijing International Art Biennale (2014), and the award for the best artistic graduation project in the Artistic Education Project (2018).