15-7-2022 - 14-8-2022

Galeria Labirynt

About the exhibition

You do not need to know everything. You do not have to do everything beautifully. “It May Go Wrong” is an exhibition about the fact that art is an adventure, a process and an experiment. These values are behind every outstanding work, although they do not guarantee success even to geniuses, because it may always go wrong – and this is OK.

Artists: Michał Bojara, Bolesław Chromry, Agnieszka Urszula Cioch, Oskar Dawicki, Ludomir Franczak, Franciszek Goszczyński, Tomas Hazslinsky and Wiktoria Zymomria, Paweł Janicki, Variable name (Valerie Karpan and Marina Khrypun), Mikołaj Kowalski, Magdalena Sawicka, Kamil Stańczak, Weronika Wrzosek


Exhibition opening: 15/07/2022 (Friday), at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Galeria Labirynt, ul. Popiełuszki 5, Lublin
Accessibility: The exhibition/event is held on the ground floor. At the bookstore, you can borrow a wheelchair and earmuffs for free during your stay in the gallery. The gallery has 6 portable induction loops. The works are accompanied by descriptions in Polish, English and in the Polish sign language.
Exhibition on display: until 4/09/2022 (Tue-Sun: 12–7 p.m.)
Admission: Admission for exhibition opening is free of charge. The ticket in the price of admission to the gallery.


Artists invite you to co-create works and assign them meaning. Interactive works, accessible to all, regardless of age or other factors, allow for improvisation and a sense of pleasure in creating. There is no room for the better and for the worse, and how much you want to get involved in this game is entirely your choice.

The works may interest you and surprise you. They are going to show that it is possible to approach contemporary art without fear and prejudice, to experience it and play with it, rather than to analyse it by force, because personal reflection will come over time. This is what we want to tell you: that in experiencing, understanding art there is no place for evaluations, for the only right ways and interpretations, and the only superpower needed is openness.

The exhibition was created by the curatorial collective: Alicja Gieleta, Sylwia Hejno, Krystian Kamiński, Diana Kołczewska, Emilia Lipa, Monika Rejman, Agata Sztorc-Gromaszek, Waldemar Tatarczuk.

The exhibition is part of the Improvisa – Life in Motion project and is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Admission

free

Language

Polish, English

Curators

Alicja Gieleta, Sylwia Hejno, Krystian Kamiński, Diana Kołczewska, Emilia Lipa, Monika Rejman, Agata Sztorc-Gromaszek, Waldemar Tatarczuk

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Artists

Michał Bojara, Bolesław Chromry, Agnieszka Urszula Cioch, Oskar Dawicki, Ludomir Franczak, Franciszek Goszczyński, Tomas Hazslinsky and Wiktoria Zymomria, Paweł Janicki, Variable name (Valerie Karpan and Marina Khrypun), Mikołaj Kowalski, Magdalena Sawicka, Kamil Stańczak, Weronika Wrzosek

Curatorial guided tour - application form for groups