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17:00 - 19:00 15 January 2014

In search of public space: Meeting with Joanna Rajkowska


Masaryk Senior Common Room - 4th Floor | UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (link Map)
16 Taviton Street | London | WC1H 0BW | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: Free
Ticketing: Ticketed

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Joanna Rajkowska, Speaker, Independent Artist, Joanna Rajkowska (born 1968) is a Polish artist based in London, working with objects, films, photography, installations, ephemeral actions, and widely discussed interventions in public space. Rajkowska’s artwork has been presented in the UK, Germany, Poland, France, Switzerland, Brazil, Sweden, US, Palestine and Turkey, among others.

Where the Beast is Buried is Joanna Rajkowska’s first English Language publication on her artistic projects. Joanna provides the opportunity to talk about the role of public space in European contexts:

Where does freely accessible public space exist? Is a public space in Eastern Europe different from that in UK? What can we do within it? How controlled is it and where are the limits of this control?

This talk also features guest speakers Maggie Humm (University of East London), Martine Rouleau (UCL) and Katarzyna Depta Garapich.


Urszula Chowaniec
+44 (0)20 7679 8745 | u.chowaniec@ucl.ac.uk


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