The (non) human community is an intimate reflection on participatory survival strategies, the horizontal relationships of the human and non-human worlds. When what is human becomes inhuman, non-anthropocentric relationships become a space for opening to the Other, for empathy, dialogue, and for surviving in times of crisis, pandemic or war.
The latest exhibition of Frakcja, an intergenerational group of artists from Łódź, is a relational meeting, an attempt to build a community based on mindfulness and bilateral exchange. At its center is the alphabet of the (non) human community: home, light, monstera, kaleidoscope, shoe, rabbit, reflected in many media: video, performance, installation, photography or painting.
Fractional (non) human meetings take place in an empty tenement house on Piotrkowska Street (site-specific exhibition) and in a bustling (techno) factory (the group’s intermedia archive).
Frakcja: Monika Czarska, Alicja Kujawska, Roksana Kularska-Król, Anka Leśniak, Aurelia Mandziuk, Beata Marcinkowska, Marta Ostajewska.
Piotrkowska 212 – exhibition
10.06, 14.06, 18.06, 21.06, 24.06 14:00 – 18:00
Gdańska 86 – video archive
25.06, godz. 18:00 (ul. Gdańska 86)