Tomorrow is Another Day: Katarzyna Justka

ms¹, Więckowskiego 36
30 October 2015, Friday at 19:00 hrs
Tickets: 8 PLN

„Tomorrow is Another Day” [Byle do wiosny] is a series of events, in which music meets visual arts, a series combining sound with image, performance and a specific way of identifying sound with the artist  personally, her/his gesture or video image. Female artists, who in their works make references to music have been invited to this project. They will explore and examine the power of relations between music and visual arts.

Last year edition of  „Tomorrow is Another Day” focused on the works of male artists. The year 2015 brings a change. This time we invited female artists, who deal with music and audiovisual art to present their approach to sound-based experiments. It is also an attempt to make references to Her Noise, a project that investigates music and sound histories in relation to gender.

Invited guests create their own music, sound and audiovisual performances using electronic sounds. Electric current and anything produced from it make the common denominator. „Tomorrow is Another Day” is a series of events, which try to answer the following questions: What is there in between music and visual arts? What are musical performative actions?

Katarzyna Justka graduated from the Film School in Łódź, she lives in  Berlin. An artist recognised domestically and abroad, collaborates with numerous theatres, galleries and clubs. She took part in events such as  Transvisualia, FreeFormFestival, Unsound, Warsaw Electronic Festival, Piksel in Norway, Electrovision London. Her performances and works were also presented in Zachęta and in Teatr Rozmaitości in Warsaw, and in Volksbühne in Berlin.

She will present her audiovisual performance ELECTR°CUTE

Supported by: Feminoteka, FYH!, Glissando, Miej Miejsce, Plaster Łódzki, Radio Żak, Trzecia Fala

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