“What Next?” Exhibition: Results of the Selection Process
I am pleased to share that the „How to Travel” project was selected for the international series of exhibitions „What Next” organized by The Adam Mickiewicz Institute in honour of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Lem. Thank you! → link
“What Next” is an international exhibition project being produced in honor of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Lem. The project is inspired by “Futurological Congress,” one of Lem’s well-known science-fiction stories. In the year 2021, exactly 50 years will have passed since its publication as part of Lem’s collection Insomnia. The Adam Mickiewicz Institute received 250 applications for this initiative. The curatorial jury for the exhibition — comprising Max Houghton (United Kingdom), Kateryna Radchenko (Ukraine), and Katarzyna Sagatowska (Poland) — has selected 16 entries for concepts for the exhibition. The selected proposals combine cohesive and original concepts with strong visual components.
The following creators have been selected for the “What Next?” exhibition:
Yana Bachynska, Lilya Chavaga, Veronika Cherednychenko, Maciej Czuchryta & Marta Wieczorek, Jacek Doroszenko & dr Ewa Doroszenko, Emily Graham, Anka Gregorczyk, Kamila Izykowicz, Yura Kolomiets, Pawel Mendrek, Pawel Pacholec, Loreal Prystaj, Magdalena Raczkowska, Rake Collective, Hanna Shumska, Anna Beata Targosz.
The project partners include: Galeria Jednostka, Odesa Photo Days, the Polish Cultural Institute in London, Jam Factory Art Center in Lviv, and the British Council.