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Small Liberties
September 30, 2011   
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The Small Liberties (2006) exhibition by American artist Andrea Zittel at the Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art is an audiovisual diary of the artist’s life and work in California.

In her works, Zittel combines art and everyday life. Zittel makes all kinds of installations and objects and structures of everyday use where industrial design blends with crafts and arts.

Zittel is on a constant quest for balance between the individual and the community and balance between objects, especially those that are supposed to look nice and those that need to be useful. One of the most recurring themes in her works is that of the “small liberties” that individuals strive to carve out for themselves amid authoritarian social systems.

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