Solo Exhibition / Film Installations
Opening: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 19h
An evening of food, conversation and film: Sat, Feb 25, 2017, 17h (Facebook Event)
Exhibition: January 27 – February 26, 2017
Opening hours: Thu-Sat 14:30-18:30h, and by appointment
Please join us for a walk through a wintery forest in northern Poland.
A triptych of films by Marta Michałowska, following a solitary woman to a score by British composer Billy Cowie and set in and empty room surrounded by trees and fallen leaves spilling from the screen.
The work was prompted by the powerful image of a claustrophobic house enveloped in grief with all its mirrors covered by white sheets, preventing a tormented soul endlessly bouncing between them.
Without Reflection and Without Shadow were commissioned by The Wapping Project for the exhibition Undiscovered Landscapes at its now former home, Wapping Hydraulic Power Station in 2011. The complete triptych of films premiered at the Whitechapel Gallery in September 2016.
Beetroot, Cabbage & Vodka
An evening of food, conversation and film
Saturday, 25 February, 5 pm
Spaces limited, booking essential by email
To accompany the current film installation Without by Marta Michalowska at Kronenboden, we are presenting an evening of Polish food, conversation and film.
Please join us for homemade borsch, mushroom & sauerkraut pies and other Polish wintery delicacies accompanied by fine vodka, conversation and films. Marta Michalowska will talk about her work and screen two films – A Portrait (of My Mother), 2008, and Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time, 2016. The evening will be a Berlin premiere of Drawing in Space, Drawing in Time.
Marta Michalowska’s signed publication Gdansk: Polish Lives in Translation published by The Wapping Project in 2008 will be available during the evening at a special price of 5 Euro.
An exhibition in Cooperation with The Wapping Project Berlin
Thanks to Joachim Rissmann from Little Bogota for supplying furniture from the iconic Hotel Bogota.