See the Scene (2)
On 11 July 2013, the second children’s workshop in the series See the Scene took place as part of this year’s The Summer at MOCAK. During the session, the children viewed a series of works from the MOCAK Collection that in various ways relate to the subject of open space. The opening point of the workshop was Edward Dwurnik’s painting Batowice – a painterly collage, consisting of two canvases linked together, showing a city. The central part of the painting was painted by Bartek Materko. Edward Dwurnik filled up the rest, adding a broader panorama. The children set out to alter MOCAK’s environs in a similar way. Inspired by the open space around the Re Gallery, they have extended its surroundings, creating drawings of buildings and greenery, which they went on to stick onto the glass wall of the Museum. In this way, a double image was created, consisting of the children’s works as well as the surroundings of MOCAK.