We have the pleasure of inviting you to the exhibition:
Osmo Nadir: Corridor
Białystok Cultural Centre / Ludwik Zamenhof Centre, 19 Warszawska Street
exhibition opening 06.15.2018 (Friday), 6 PM
exhibition open until 08.19.2018
tickets: exhibition opening – free entry, following days (Tuesday – Saturday) – 4 PLN, Sundays – free entry
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.
By definition, corridor is a narrow long room that leads to other rooms or connects them together. A corridor is “an unplace”, a transitive space leading from one place to another.
In a 12-meter-long spatial experiment Osmo Nadir examines the deceptive dynamics of slow transformations. From belonging to exclusion. From tolerance to elimination. From a member to an enemy. From comfort zone to war zone. From freedom to slavery.
Even the most radical change, adequately stretched in time and introduced in small steps, can go without much publicity, with the quiet public consent.
Audiovisual artist born in Białystok, Poland. He writes music, creates installations, and designs futuristic instruments. Shortly after obtaining the Master of Arts degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw he moved far south, to the Eastern Pyrenees, France, where he continues his work on visionary projects on the verge of sound and visual arts. During his studies at the Faculty of Design at the Academy, he began to work on Rite Machine, an audiovisual laboratory merging the worlds of sound, design and performance.