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Struggling for Social Change
March 1, 2013   
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Practices, a multimedia installation of nine videos by Piotr Wysocki, portrays people struggling against their own weaknesses. The project is on display at the ground floor of the Królikarnia Palace in Warsaw.

The people shown in each video come from completely different backgrounds and include Muslim refugees performing a ritual at a museum (“Zikr”), a transgender woman from the provinces campaigning to have her sex changed, parcours enthusiasts in conflict with the police (“Free Run”) and sexual minority groups playing a match to highlight equality issues during the Euro 2012 European Soccer Championships (“Trans Euro”).

Wysocki explores different aspects of living in Poland, showing individuals who through their actions, the titular “practices”, are trying to change the way people think.
Until April 21

Xawery Dunikowski Museum of Sculpture, branch of the National Museum in Warsaw; Królikarnia Palace; 113a Puławska St.

Open Tue.-Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
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