Echoes of Wrocław – Anka Kasperska’s artist residency
Lectures | meetings | presentation
Over the years, architectural structures change their functions by adapting to the current needs of people and the times in which they live. Architecture and its soundscape is a silent witness to urban history whose memory – metaphorically speaking – is inscribed in the walls. Echoes of Wrocław is the title of a residency project intended to examine the changes in Wrocław’s soundscape by focusing on three buildings selected by the artist, Anka Kasperska: the Oppenheim House, the House of the Ladies of Trzebnica (the Romanesque House) and the Monopol Hotel.
More about the project: LINK
As part of the artist’s residency, the following open events will take place.
➡ 12/06, 6.30–7.30pm
Sounds of horror. The soundscape of Wrocław in 1945. Lecture by Sławomir Wieczorek
➡ 25.06, 6–7pm
Presentation of the sound installation and conversation with Anka Kasperska
Conversation about the project and debate Soundscape as a research tool, with the participation of Robert Losiak, Maciej Bączyk and Justyna Stasiowska.Moderator: Sławomir Wieczorek
➡ 27.06, 6pm
Tour of the venues included in the installation, led by the artist accompanied by guide Renata Bardzik-Miłosz
PARTICIPATION: The number of seats at the lectures is limited. If you are interested in participating, please send your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
No prior registration is necessary for the walk with the artist.
The project is carried out in cooperation with Culture Zone Wrocław as part of the AIR Wro programme.