Szum magazine #4 (2014)
artist: David Horvitz
The project consists of two parts: a series of watercolors commissioned from David Horvitz and an essay authored for the Polish contemporary art quarterly magazine Szum.
Horvitz’s involvement in the project consisted of eating a traditional Polish dish containing pork tongues, which he consumed — in many different variations — at Polish establishments in Greenpoint, NY in the curator’s presence. Horvitz subsequently depicted his meals of Polish tongues to serve as illustrations for Moskalewicz’s essay.
The essay, titled “I-A-E: the language that we speak” (published in Polish) analyzes the phenomenon of International Art English and its implications for the non-English-speaking art worlds, predominantly in Central and Eastern Europe.