Interview with Xavier Le Roy (2018) // A visitor in an exhibition can walk in the space while in the theater a spectator seats on a chair //

Text published in Tique art paper 22/February/2018 https://www.tique.art/paper/artists/xavier-le-roy/ Zofia Cielatkowska: At the beginning of your path as a dancer and choreographer you didn’t really want to indicate that you are a scientist, but finally – with a little bit of story – you have used this information in your bio. Then, for the next following years – to a certain extent – it has became a ‘label’. How do you look at it from today’s perspective? Xavier Le Roy: In the first work [The Product of Circumstances, 1999 ] I decided to use this information in order to give it … Continue reading Interview with Xavier Le Roy (2018) // A visitor in an exhibition can walk in the space while in the theater a spectator seats on a chair //

// 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? “

* 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? “

// 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”.

*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”.

// 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.”

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.”

// Art is heart and soul of any society. Interview with Martha Rosler // “Art alone does not create social change; art acts in conjunction with elements in contemporary discourse as a crystallizer and perhaps a catalyst. Very rarely a catalyst.”

Intreview 19.03.2014 published in Obieg Magazine Zofia Cielatkowska: It is not your first visit in Poland? Martha Rosler: This is the fourth time, all within the … Continue reading // Art is heart and soul of any society. Interview with Martha Rosler // “Art alone does not create social change; art acts in conjunction with elements in contemporary discourse as a crystallizer and perhaps a catalyst. Very rarely a catalyst.”

// An invitation to throw away the tools used in the past. Interview with Grzegorz Drozd // “The interpretation of my work keeps changing, it’s an open situation. Art must be felt, not understood.”

Intreview was published in “Tranzystor” Magazine; An Invitation to Throw Away the Tools Used in the Past – interview with Grzegorz Drozd, “Tranzystor”, nr 9/ 7.2014. … Continue reading // An invitation to throw away the tools used in the past. Interview with Grzegorz Drozd // “The interpretation of my work keeps changing, it’s an open situation. Art must be felt, not understood.”