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Shaken pictures

On 11 December 2013, the Kultura Bez Barier Foundation and the MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow organised a session adapted to the needs of people with sight and hearing disabilities, who had the chance to meet with photography, the themes explored by contemporary photographers, with the questions they ask and the answers they put forward.

The participants saw works from the MOCAK Collection (Mikołaj Smoczyński’s  Temporary (Con) Temporary, Marta Deskur’s Virgins: Alfreda, Anatola, Wiktoria, Julian Opie’s Lorenzo with Hand on Chest and Tomasz Ciecierski Painter’s Palette), learning about such photographic notions as lightbox or photo manipulation. During the last part of the event, they had the chance to talk to Wojciech Wilczyk, author, among others, of the project There’s No Such Thing as an Innocent Eye, who discussed various techniques used in photography.

The session was a part of the project Fall in Love with Culture, co-financed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.