During the workshop, we will think together about the information and meanings which are transferred through photographic images. How can we build history through the correct order of photographs? Do the circumstances in which we watch images have an impact on their reception? What other factors determine the reception of images? Are the photographer’s intentions an integral part of the photos, or does an image “live on its own”? We will try to answer these questions together during the workshops, by creating our own story inspired by the work of Ildefons Bańkowski.
Presented by: Marek Noniewicz
Marek Noniewicz – a graduate of photography studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan and the People’s Conservatory in Ostrava. In 1997–2001, he worked at the Department of Photography of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan as a technologist. He gathered curatorial experience running an independent Prusa 2/9 gallery in Poznan; as a curator, he co-worked with the Municipal Gallery “Arsenał” in Poznan, Leon Wyczółkowski Regional Museum and the Municipal Gallery bwa in Bydgoszcz. He actively participates in organising of workshops and educational photo projects in Poland.
Workshops intended for adults
Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 52 339 30 62.
admission free, the number of places is limited