White Haitians – Black Poles: Polish National Identity via Halka/Haiti

Nov 27-29, 2015, Conference “Visualizing the Nation: Post-Socialist ImagiNations,” Budapest

Paper delivered at the conference organized by Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Municipal Gallery – Kiscell Museum, Budapest History Museum, and ERSTE Foundation. Official website of the conference here.

Halka/Haiti at GIBCA – screening and discussion

Nov 14, 2015, Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art

Screening of Halka/Haiti 18°48’05”N 72°23’01”W and conversation between Joanna Malinowska, C.T. Jasper, Magdalena Moskalewicz and Stephen Langridge, Artistic Director of the Gothenburg Opera, moderated by the curator of GIBCA 2015, Elvira Dyangani Ose.

More about her biennial “A Story Within A Story” here.

Halka/Haiti 18°48’05″N 72°23’01”: New York Book Launch

July 9, 2015, CANADA, New York

The New York launch of Halka/Haiti 18°48’05″N 72°23’01″W—the publication accompanying the exhibition at the Polish Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale—with artists C.T. Jasper & Joanna Malinowska and the project’s curator and book’s editor Magdalena Moskalewicz.

Central European Dictionary of Political Concepts Conference: 3rd Edition

Apr 25-26, 2014, CEFRES, Prague

For this conference, I organized one of the panels, titled “Politics of Art Languages in Central Europe” with papers by Juraj Čarný, Tímea Junghaus, Jan Zálešák, and myself (“The Language That the Art World Speaks: Case Study of Poland”). This panel served as the basis for the art section of Understanding Central Europe (Routledge, 2018).

“Art Criticism in Times of Re-creativity” – Night Eleven at Salon Suisse

Nov 22, 2013,  Official collateral event of the 55th Venice Biennale

Discussion panel with Dr. Magda Cârneci (National University of the Arts Bucharest, Romania), Dr. Magdalena Moskalewicz (Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA), Daria Ghiu (Swiss Institute for Art research, SIK-ISEA), moderated by Jörg Scheller, curator of the Salon Suisse

Writing About Late Modernist Art From a Socialist Country—Some Reflections on Poland

May 19-21, 2011, “Art History Meets Art Theory,” New Europe College–Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest

Paper given at the conference jointly hosted by the Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA and the New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, Romania. This was third in a series of The Clark Art Institute’s East-Central Europe Seminar Series, “Unfolding Narratives: Art Histories in East-Central Europe after 1989.” Program can be found here.