11.12.2013 at 4 pm
Photography is not only image but also thought, movement, emotions.
Photographs can be viewed through our eyes but also through touch and imagination; they can be contemplated in silence or talked about. By means of metaphors, analogies and materials prepared for this very purpose, we will explore the non-visual aspects of photography and, focusing on touch as a means of learning about the world, we will create a subjective dictionary of textures.
The Kultura Bez Barier Foundation and the MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow would like to invite you to a meeting with photography, the themes explored by contemporary photographers, with the questions they ask and the answers they put forward. The session will be adapted to the needs of people with sight and hearing disabilities. At the workshop, we will meet with Wojciech Wilczyk, author, among others, of the project There’s No Such Thing as an Innocent Eye.
The meeting, with audiodescription and interpreting into sign language, will take place on 11 December 2013 at the MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow (4 Lipowa Street) at 4 pm.
The entry is free but the number of places are limited. Please make a booking beforehand by contacting Ania Żórawska: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 22 100 36 94.
The session is a part of the project Fall in Love with Culture, co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.