EMARE Updates #1
Liliana Piskorska (Zeic)
“The body can show the experience of long and continuous oppression. […] It is a feeling of your chest being constantly pressed, and not being able to breathe fully.”
This was part of the presentation that our resident artist Liliana Piskorska (Zeic) gave at last week’s online meeting with other EMAP/EMARE artists and EMARE members. As promised, we come to you with more insight on this presentation.
As the artist explained, the piece will touch the notion of human rights in public sphere and European culture. With the main focus on the Polish culture and the current situation of LGBTQ+ community in that country, Liliana’s project aims to present the Polish context as one of the examples of the notion of exclusion rooted in (Eastern) European traditions. The universal language used by Liliana is based on traditional children’s games, dance, and audio-visual content, and it directs discrimination as a problem of not just one nation, but the collective European culture.
Keep your eyes and ears open for more updates on 2021 EMAP/EMARE and Liliana Piskorska (Zeic).
Liliana Piskorska (Zeic)― Artist
Liliana Piskorska (Zeic) is a multidisciplinary artist who is involved in photography, and creating objects, performances, and videos. In 2017 she finished her PhD at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Torun. In her artistic work, she analyses issues of national and Central European identity from the perspective of radical sensitivity, rooted in the feminist-queer and feminist-posthumanist practice and theory. Liliana is the new 2021 EMARE Resident at IMPAKT.