Gold plantation

Łukasz Prus-Niewiadomski
June 15th – July 1st 2018
Palm House of the Botanical Garden in Łódź, al. Piłsudskiego 62
Accompanying event of Fotofestiwal 2018

“Gold Plantation” is an artistic project inspired by research on Australian eucalyptus conducted by the team of doctor Mel Lintern, geochemist from the government agency CSIRO. It was found that these plants take from the depths of the earth water with metal particles. Because gold can be toxic, eucalyptus carries it through branches to the leaves that it throws to the ground. When the leaf decomposes, the whole process can be repeated. Gold particles in the leaves are invisible to the naked eye, but can be localized by researchers with use of specialized equipment, which can become a new method of looking for deposits of this metal. This method will be much less invasive to the ecosystem than the currently used test wells – until the decision will be made to start an industrial extraction…

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Exhibition openning: 21.04.2016, Thursday, 6PM, Free Entry
Place: Museum of Archeology and Ethnography in Łódź
Pl. Wolności 14
Exhibition closes: 16.05.2016

Artists: Anna Bąk, Ada Birecka, Karolina Borowska, Artur Chrzanowski, Monika Drożyńska, Łukasz Filak, Monika Gałaj, Małgorzata Górska, Justyna Gorządek, Magdalena Gwiazdowicz, Karolina Hałatek, Iwona Harabin, Łukasz Jastrubczak, Martyna Kacprzak, Piotr Kotlicki, Damian Kosowski, Ola Kozioł & Suavas Lewy & Choir ASP, Konrad Kuzyszyn, Tomasz Lech, Anna Maria Łuczak, Anna Madeńska, Robert Mainka, Magda Moskwa, Łukasz Ogórek, Anna Orlikowska, Marcin Polak, Wiktor Polak, Marta Pszonak, Iza Robakowska, Daniel Rumiancew, Dominika Sadowska, Tomasz Sikorski, Joanna Szumacher, Kama Sokolnicka, Kinga Szczepaniak, Kacper Zaorski-Sikora

To start off, one must state that things are compiled declarations. Or delivered parcels with long-forgotten promises. Or considerable remains of chains of faded words

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Things can be seen as a category that is intimidating by way of its vast capacity. The Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography is a place where this vastness and diversity of inanimate matter classified as “things” is best experienced. Our exhibit is the story of things’ meanings told in their own words, through the works of contemporary artists, as well as objects from the abundant archaeological, ethnographic and numismatic collections of the Museum.

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Sensor Sztuki on Art Fair Hamburg

From 19 to 22 November 2015 Sensor Sztuki will participate in the Affordable Art Fair in Hamburg. We will show photographs, graphics, sculptures and installations made by: Dominika Sadowska, Agnieszka Chojnacka, Marcelo Zammenhoff, Lukasz Prus-Niewiadomski and Julita Blady-Cłapa.



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Magda Moskwa with the Guarantee of Culture Award

The list of laureates of the annual Guarantee of Culture Awards was announced on 25 April 2015 during a formal evening gala, which also celebrated the 10th birthday of TVP Kultura (Polish Public TV). Magda Moskwa gain award for “creative development of painting language and exploration of the problems of body. For develop a distinctive style and the technical skills”.

“Magda Moskwa. Nomana” in Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź

The retrospective exhibition of Magda Moskwa is a presentation of what constitutes one of the most original and consistent approaches to the medium of painting. Most important works of the last twenty years – paintings, objects, photographs, installations and pieces of clothing – will be displayed in ms2 till 16 may 2015.

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