Opening: Saturday, December 19, 2 pm

Overly transient and too demanding in terms of conditions for functioning. Susceptible to changes in surroundings. Reactive to established relations or deprived of proper form upon performance of planned actions. Works held in the Bunkier Sztuki Collection are comparable to endospores in that they are more of (…)

Opening: 25.11.2015 (Wednesday), 6 pm

Mrs. Miller – the protagonist of “Details,” a short story by an English writer, China Miéville – suffers from a peculiar affliction: she is tormented by compulsive visions. In every line, crack and crease in her surroundings she cannot but see strange and frightening creatures that (…)

Opening: July 4th, 2015 (Saturday), 4 pm

In his ‘general theory of economy’, Georges Bataille compares accumulating goods to attempts at storing solar energy. According to the laws of nature, it is not possible to store it and therefore it must be lost. War is one of the most extreme forms of squandering the (…)

Opening: July 4th, 2015 (Saturday), 4 pm

Sculpture – how heavy is it? Probably very heavy – seeing the considerable weight of material and tradition. Yet, it is not always its weight that is so overwhelming… The contemporary sculptural object materialises in itself cultural changes, the human relation towards the object, (…)

Opening: July 4th, 2015 (Saturday), 4 pm

Arthur Cravan noted that “the first condition for an artist is to be able to swim.” This swipe at his fellow artists appeared in large letters on one wall, while he himself presumably drowned in 1918 trying to escape across the Gulf of Mexico and on to Buenos (…)

Robert Fludd, Utriusque Cosmi Historia, Oppenheim, 1617
Opening: Saturday, May 16th, 2015, 4 pm

“The familiar recedes ever further and further into the background. … The contours of the objective world fade more and more and so it goes, step by step, until finally the world — ‘everything we loved and by which we have lived’ — becomes lost to sight. (…)

Lecker Lezmi
Opening: Saturday, May 16th, 2015, 4 pm

The exhibition project TRACK-22 focuses on conflict as an omnipresent and permanent feature of our age. In the same way that specific hot spots become rooted in a collective consciousness, the visual coverage of conflicts creates an inexhaustible bank of pictorial memory; but one that (…)