The exhibition captures ephemerality of photography, the possibility of making the visible invisible that transcends the mere action of recording luminous emission on film.
Acts of Disappearance is an exhibition that captures ephemerality of photography, the possibility of making the visible invisible that transcends the mere action of recording luminous emission on film. A point of departure for the project were the notions of transience and impermanence of landscape.
The consumption and production of images both exert a palpable impact on the world. The role of photographer goes beyond their commentary on the fleeting nature of things and documentation of the world. The photographer must direct our gaze since observation is an integral part of ecology.
The interdisciplinary art installation featuring the works of Nuno Barroso, Emanuel Cederqvist, Ida Nissen, Joshua Phillips, Morten Barker and Thomas Wynne will be presented within the framework of Parallel – European Photo Based Platform.
Curated by Bruno Humberto
Opening with CATARATA concert
PARALLEL is a platform that brings together creative European organizations committed to promoting cross-cultural exchanges and mentorships in order to set new standards in contemporary photography. For over a year, several artists and curators have worked together on the concept of their joint exhibition staged at festivals and art galleries. The project is coordinated by Procur.Arte and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. As part of Parallel, a number of exhibitions, events and artist-in-residence programmes will be organized in the upcoming years.
Opening: 21.06.2018, 21:30.
Place: Fabryki Sztuki Gallery, Building D, Art Inkubator, Tymienieckiego 3 / Art Inkubator courtayrd / Park Żródliska II, Fabryczna st.
Opening hours: 21.06: 19.00-22.00; 22-1.07: 11.00-20.00