The exhibition and series of events - confronting a number of practices and formats - is dedicated to the human body, placed in various contexts related to censorship and politics among others. The view of the body in the era of blurring boundaries between public and private realms has become an essential tool for flaunting the need for acceptance, equal rights and freedom, including artistic creation. The ease of sharing that has been offered by social media works in two directions, and the changing reality imposes on the performances of the bodies still different interpretations, often radical, conditioned politically and ideologically. Crossing the limits of intimacy puts the body under the pillory of opinions and judgments. Intervention in State Art Gallery follows up one of the chapters of Somewhere in Between. Contemporary Art Scenes in Europe at BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels (2018). The exhibition, through its open format and place, also refers to the individual presentation of Gosia Golińska's work entitled M/sea at State Art Gallery in Sopot (2017), which took the form of a performative winter camp, to which the artist invited the audience.
Artists: Adam Smolana, Agata Bogacka, Alina Zemojdzin, Anna Nizio, Doireann O'Malley, Dom Mody Limanka, Dorota Kozieradzka, Dorota Nieznalska, Emeline Depas, Ewa Konieczna-Pilachowska, Gosia Golińska, Grupa Sędzia Główny, Hana Miletić, Honorata Martin, Izabela Chamczyk, Izabella Berwertz-Smolana, Jaanus Samma, Jacqueline Livingston, Jean Samuel N'Sengi, Justyna Kuklo, Józef Czerniawski, Kacper Szalecki, Kamil Sipowicz, Karol Radziszewski, Karolina Mełnicka, Kazimierz Ostrowski, Laura Pawela, Magdalena Łapińska-Rozenbaum, Mariola Brillowska, Mikołaj Sobczak & Nicholas Grafia, Monika Drożyńska, Przemek Branas, Simone Gad, Teresa Miszkin, Teresa Pągowska, Włodzimierz Wieczorkiewicz, Zbigniew Libera, Zuza Golińska
The exhibition is accompanied by — a publication with texts by Agata Araszkiewicz, Gosia Golińska, Patrycja Ryłko, Julia Julian and Romuald Demidenko among others, as well as presentations, guided tours, workshops, performances and residencies.