The exhibition “Not To Be Seen” is a two-phase project, whose first part is presented at WRO Atelier and the second will take place in March at WRO Art Center. The authors of the exhibition – intermedia artists, Przemyslaw Jasielski (PL) and Rainer Prohaska (AT) – decided to invite the viewers to participate in the show which is not so entirely obvious…
It takes the form of an artist’s workshop, in which the viewer can enter the role of an artist and follow step by step the usually invisible creative process. By means of the presented objects, the artists play with the audience, provoking them to be more than usually involved in the reception of art.
Interactive works of Jasielski and Prohaska are hiding themselves in an intriguing way. The artists make cleverly use of the technology so that it is possible to commit new kinds of mistakes or do things deliberately inefficient. Thus, they pose the question of how it affects our choices and sense of freedom in the context of technological development.
— Kama Wróbel, curator of the exhibition
The exhibition will be presented in two venues:
WRO Atelier, Kuznicza 29a
exhibition through February 28, 2017
Wednesdays & Thursdays: 3 PM – 6 PM (or every other day by phone +48 71 343 32 40)
WRO Art Center, Widok 7
opening: March 10, 2017, 6 PM
exhibition through March 24, 2017