Szoska Awarded Residency at The Banff Centre

Mikolaj Szoska, (Critic, Architecture) has been awarded a competitive residency at The Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada.

In Szoska’s new project, “All We Ever Wanted Was Everything: Staging Of An Exhibition,” he will explore technologies of display. The work will include:

Research and performative lecture on the subject of significant historical exhibitions;
Analyses of different spatial strategies and display systems of those exhibitions through architectural scale models and photographs;
Production of ephemera including posters and catalogues based on a number of hypothetical shows.

The Banff Centre is the largest arts and creativity incubator in the world, with a mission of inspiring creativity. Over 8,000 artists, leaders and researches from around the world participate in programs at The Banff Centre annually. Through multidisciplinary programming, The Banff Centre provides the support needed to create, to develop solutions and to make the impossible possible.

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