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Matylda Sałajewska / Coma Custos / PL

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Site-specific inštalácia
Poľský inštitút, Námestie SNP 17
Coma Custos, a site-specific installation created especially for this occasion is adapted to the architecture of the Polish Institute. COMA CUSTOS builds on the made-up and, at the same time, well-known character of a custodian who took a nap in a great world museum hall and dreamt a strange dream. From the windows of the building, endlessly long organic forms emerged, having gradually captured the whole architecture, they weaved among the windows as a living organism in a symbiosis with the façade of the building, as if it breathed, as if it were alive. The custodian is tortured by the dream and cannot have a good sleep nor wake up.
A Polish artist who works in the field of film, installations and design. She realizes interactive projects that are often interconnected with social issues, documentary movies, multimedia projects as well as street art works. She has had several exhibitions and taken part in festivals in Poland and abroad. Her works have been seen by audiences in London, Tel Aviv, Lahti, Moscow, Zagreb, Strasbourg, Prague, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin and Perth. She was awarded the Śląska Rzecz prize twice: in the best visual identification category in 2010 for her project called Gluck Mal! Schlesien and for the best project in the applied arts category 2018 for her book The Salesian Region from the Kitchen. She is the author of the system of visual identification of a well-known exhibition called Stanley Kubrick in the National Museum in Krakow. The design of the installation called A Breathing Building and seats called The Sweet Kato was realized in Katowice as part of the TAKK! event. She is also the author of the advertising spot of the European Congress of Culture in Wroclaw. As part of the Bella Skyway festival, she created an installation called Waterfall for Toruń, for the Schoen Square in Sosnowiec, she created an installation called Among the Trees and Temptation. She created the scenographic visual of opening and closing events of Industriad – The Celebration of the Tour of Technical Monuments in Salesian. She realized installations for the Goethe-Institut on the occasion of the 25 th anniversary of the establishment of the institution in Krakow. She was in charge of the visual design including events in the urban space of the WOMEX World Music Fare and the Conference of UNESCO Creative Cities in Katowice. She lives in Katowice where she manages a multimedia studio and has courses in the multimedia atelier at the Academy of Arts.