Text on Zorka’s projet Ophelias. Iconography of Madness More about Zorka For centuries, women have occupied a unique place in the annals of insanity. Women outnumber men in diagnoses of madness, from the “hysteria” of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, … Continue reading // Madness and Holiness (2017) // Akin to holiness, madness is situated amongst the practices or within the phenomenon of “otherness,” yet, at the same time, it still belongs to the sphere of a given community or group.
* Zofia Cielątkowska, Too Close, “Punkt” 14, 2014, p. 316-325. The body – its stamina, sexuality, every, day existence, and commonality – definitely remains in the … Continue reading // Too Close – An Essay on Intimacy (2014) // “What, however, makes it remain “too close” yet without transcending the flimsy borderline and not being regarded as pornography? “
Text published in Tique Art Zofia Cielątkowska, A stroll with Art in Warsaw. Absence and Presence with Intensity of Both, “Tique Art Paper”, #1Transition, 2016 Download PDF; Tique_PDF Continue reading // A stroll with Art in Warsaw. Absence and Presence with Intensity of Both (2016) // “Some people say you have to love or hate this city and there is no option in between. Maybe. How to describe art here? “
Zofia Cielątkowska, The Changing Face Of Warsaw’s Art Scene, Text published in Contemporary Lynx / 2014 Warsaw’s contemporary art scene – particularly private gallery initiatives – … Continue reading // The Changing Face Of Warsaw’s Art Scene (2014) // Text About Warsaw’s Contemporary Art Scene