Biennale Warszawa34/50 Marszałkowska Street (MA3450) Google map See also 17.01.2019 A City Curating Reader. Public Art Munich 2018 City architects, city curators? Presentation and discussion Udział wezmą: Agata Siwiak, Joanna Warsza, Aleksandra Wasilkowska Moderation: Jan Sowa In 2018 Joanna Warsza was acting as a curator... 09.01.2019 The programme summary and book publication Disability and Society. The Performative Power of Protest Disability and Society. The Performative Power of Protest – the newest offering born from the cooperation between Biennale Warszawa and... 03.01.2019 Biennale International – otwarty panel dyskusyjny Otwarty panel dyskusyjny towarzyszący międzynarodowemu spotkaniu przedstawicieli biennale. 14.12.2018 Lecture by Marina Garcés Humanities in Transition Marina Garcés, Spanish philosopher and essayist, in her books and critical texts (New Radical Enlightenment, Humanitats en... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Łucja Iwanczewska Across disciplines: art laboratory – performative history/affective history Today’s humanities propose not only new languages for describing the world, or new topics, but they also call into existence new fields... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Jan Sowa Humanities beyond the academia The change whose harbingers we can observe in the contemporary world concerns the formula of education and academia as well. After all,... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Paweł Tomczok Emancipatory humanities project: the spectres of Marx The status of Marxism in Polish culture seems to be particularly spectral, both when it comes to its former, still 19th-century,... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Monika Bakke Posthumanism and what’s next? The project devoted to contemporary humanities would not be complete without examining contemporary tendencies in posthumanism as well... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Michał Kuziak Emancipatory humanities project: colonisations and decolonisations The language of postcolonial criticism distinctly came into being in the Polish journalistic debate (while penetrating the rhetoric of... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Andrzej Leder Alternative histories, histories of the past – how and why invent history?, the status of utopia... We can observe the return of utopia in our thinking; effectively, it would seem, exorcised, compromised and criticised as... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Michał Łuczewski Politics of memory in a globalised world Politics of memory, connected to categories of identity, turns out (not only in Poland and Central Europe) to be a phenomenon... 23.11.2018 Seminar by Monika Rudaś-Grodzka Emancipatory humanities project: gender discourses Gender criticism on the one hand emerged in Poland as the first among the so-called emancipatory criticisms and with some momentum (in its... 23.11.2018 Lecture by Michał Kuziak Theses about the need for humanities – new humanities We often hear voices claiming that humanities are unnecessary, and particularly – that they’re impractical; humanists are lost on... 08.11.2018 SKIP THE LINE!Guided tour of the exhibitionJoanna Rajkowska 08.11.2018 Jakub Majmurek SKIP THE LINE!Guided tour of the exhibitionJakub Majmurek 08.11.2018 Jan Sowa SKIP THE LINE!Guided tour of the exhibitionJan Sowa 08.11.2018 Marta Przasnek SKIP THE LINE!Guided tour with audio description 08.11.2018 Stanisław Ruksza SKIP THE LINE!Curatorial guided tour of the exhibition Curatorial guided tour in polish 08.11.2018 Jakub Gawkowski SKIP THE LINE!Curatorial guided tour of the exhibition Curatorial guided tour in english, with the participation of Szabolcs KissPál and Ditte Ejlerskov. 31.10.2018 2018, October 26 – November 30 SKIP THE LINE! Populism and Contemporary Promises SKIP THE LINE! Populism and Contemporary Promise — in a new space of Biennale Warszawa (MA3450) at Marszałkowska Street! 31.10.2018 Fiona Raby Speculative Futures. Design, Fiction and Social Dreaming Lecture by Fiona Raby, co-author of the book "Speculative Everything. Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming".