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JOANNA MALINOWSKA & C.T. JASPER | 2021
With Who's Afraid of Natasha? Joanna Malinowska and C.T. Jasper explore the idea of collective consciousness. Natasha is the nickname of a statue that could be admired on a square in Gdynia for many years. When the communist Soviet era ended in Poland, the sculpture was moved to a less prominent spot in the city. The monument was from its erection on seen as personification of a regime that oppressed the people. This was the reason behind the statue's dislocation after the Fall of the Soviet Union. Natasha still brings back a lot of memories. Natasha will be coming to the Beguinage in Bruges for a brief spell. In the form of a replica and a film, this anonymous woman is gradually revealing herself to us. In collaboration with the embassy of Poland.
6.30 a.m. > 6.30 p.m.
In collaboration with the embassy of Poland
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