Ewa RUDNICKA: Warsaw Public

public presentation: September 4, 2013, 6 pm

location: Zpace (Casa Zemstvei Guberniale)

Sciusev St. 103, Chisinau

In my presentation I will speak about:

– Architectural installations in Warsaw and Cracow.

– My inspirations and my way of working.

– Practice in scale 1:1 as an important part of evolution of every architect.

– Temporary architecture – a way to experiment and to test the space.

Ewa Rudnicka, born in 1982, graduated at Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture Paris la Villette in 2009. Her master thesis concerned the revitailzation of ports and post industrial sites and forgotten urban spaces. Since 2010 she works on projects that relate art and architecture in public spaces and on new ways of cultural education.

Tom RUSSOTTI: Sport as Culture

I use sport as a living culture to create personal and social meaning, champion experimentation and play, and challenge contemporary ideas of sports.

Tom Russotti is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Tom’s work explores the aesthetic and performative nature of large cultural phenomena such as sports, signs, and organizations.Tom received a BA in history from Stanford University and received his M.F.A. from Rutgers University.


I will present some examples of my work and some projects of artists in residence at Not Quite our centre in Sweden.

My work is a mix of ironwork, and actions in the public space. I believe that art in public space can discuss the conventions of society, it can also make people smile.

Karl Hallberg, artist and member of Not Quite Fengersfors, cultural centre and cooperative of artists and crafters in Sweden. He works at the artist coop Not Quite in fengersfors Sweden as an artist and as project manger of Not Quites artistic projects.

free entrance

This event is part of SPACES: Chisinau Civic Center – beyond the red lines program:

SPACES (Sustainable Public Areas for Culture in Eastern Countries) project assembles artists and cultural workers in four Eastern partner countries, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, who aim at reflecting societal issues in the public realm of their city. It also aims at strengthening the independent art and culture scene.

KIOSK AIR program

KIOSK artist in residency program encourages creation of new work in relation to the local context and reality. It offers the opportunity to explore various issues that relate to Moldova’s situation in general and to analyze the processes that shape Chisinau’s public space today.

This event is part of KIOSK artist in residency program organized in the frame of the EU project SPACES. The SPACES project is financed by the European Union through the Eastern Partnership Culture Programme. This residents receive the support of Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw ( and of Swedish Institute from Stockholm (

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