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, to “neurotic” and mood disorders in the twentieth and twenty-first. … Why is this so?… 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.
*Text for the exhibition folder; Grzegorz Kozera, DADAscali, 2014 Once, I spoke with a renowned painter about contemporary culture. „Theater? No way, I never go!” - he said with dismay and astonishment, when asked about a particular theatre performance. Let’s begin with margins, side notes, scribbles, author’s comments, stage directions (didascalia). That is with text, which… Continue reading // DADAscalia Pictures On the Margin – Text for the Exhibition Folder (2014) // “Let’s begin with margins, side notes, scribbles, author’s comments, stage directions (didascalia).”