October 29th 2013 Zofia Cielątkowska: You are most of the time considered as a performance artist, but at the same time in many interviews you emphasize your … Continue reading // Talk With Carolee Schneemann (2013) // “My work evolved with risk and uncertainty.”
Magazyn Szum, 5/2016 Zofia Cielątkowska: I start with the idea of hierarchy and structure. I mean, in one of the interviews you talk about your distance to this concept … Continue reading // Interview with Boris Charmatz (2016) // “I love and I hate dance that is why I’m a dancer”. “I love contradictions! […]”
*Jul 11, 2015, Interview published in Contemporary Lynx Zofia Cielątkowska: My first impression after listening to No More Stories (2015) was that it is an absence, … Continue reading // The Sound Is Not Enough – Talk with Wojtek Blecharz (2015) // “In general, I compose very personal music and I am not afraid to admit it”.
“Obieg” Magazine, 7/2014* Zofia Cielątkowska:Tell me more about your project or rather presentation which we can see at the Jewish Museum. There are different stone pictures, … Continue reading // Element of invisibility – talk with Luísa Nóbrega (2014) // “Somehow when we get closer to history paradoxically we realize more and more how far we are from a throughout understanding.”
Interview from took place at the European Culture Congress “Art for Social Change” (8–11 September 2011) Text published in Biweekly, nr 30/2011. Zofia Cielątkowska: Do you think … Continue reading // Talk With Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (2011) // “For me, the ethical is that moment which might or might not be encountered by the subject, and may produce the reflex for which it is or it is not trained.”
7TH October 2016, Dwutygodnik.com nr 196, 10/2016 Zofia Cielątkowska: Gob Squad has been performing more than 20 years now. SIMON WILL: Yes, we started in 1994. It is a while. Quite often you emphasize that you want to ‘escape from … Continue reading // Interview with Gob Squad (2016) // “…We are politically engaged as we regard ourselves as political.”
Interview, February 4, 2016 Zofia Cielątkowska: Your higher education started with art history? ALICJA BIELAWSKA: I know it might be a bit surprising from today’s perspective, … Continue reading // Talk with Alicja Bielawska – Sculpture Suggests Movement (2016) // “I think the performative aspect is present in my work and I’m curious about the effects a performer will have when she/he is also part of the work.”