Take Over //ERROR 404// film making-of

Take Over //ERROR 404// making-of

11.12.2015
Chorea Theatre, Art_Inkubator

Watch the film Take Over //ERROR 404// making-of about the first Take Over Group production

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//ERROR 404// production took place on 11th December 2015 in Art_Inkubator in the Art Factory in Łódź.

Direction: Take Over Group
Artistic guidance: Tomasz Rodowicz, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Małgorzata Lipczyńska
Music consultancy: Tomasz Krzyżanowski 
Cast: Basia Cieślewicz, Marta Kaczmarek, Damian Kukiałka, Anna Maszewska, Barbara Malinka, Marta Mruk, Ewa Otomańska, Remigiusz Pilarczyk, Alicja Tranda, Aleksandra Ziomek

Performance description
A system is like a labyrinth without an exit. Trying to search for a human in it, we come across a one hidden under a layer of mechanical behaviour, racks and facades that it takes on every day. Basic definitions and statements are lost in the flow of informative stimulants coming in from all sides. We search for a balance between a mechanical and alive being. We struggle against a system, which has absorbed us so much that it changes the shape and boundaries of a human being. How not to get mechanized? The answear /Not found yet/.

film: Paweł Klepacz

 

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TAKE OVER - EVENT ONE //ERROR 404//

TAKE OVER - EVENT ONE //ERROR 404//

11.12.2015
CHOREA Theatre / Art_Inkubator in Art Factory in Lodz

Take Over group invites to their first production (work-in-progress)

We will be blowing circuits
Ripping solid schemes
Cramping the current thinking about the theatre 

when: 11th of December 2015 at 7:00 pm
where: Art_Inkubator in the Art Factory in Łódź, 3 Tymienieckiego Street
admission is free
reservation: +48 42 646 88 65, chorea.warsztaty@gmail.com

 

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Direction: Take Over Group
Artistic guidance: Tomasz Rodowicz, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Małgorzata Lipczyńska
Music consultancy: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Cast: Basia Cieślewicz, Marta Kaczmarek, Damian Kukiałka, Anna Maszewska, Barbara Malinka, Marta Mruk, Ewa Otomańska, Remigiusz Pilarczyk, Alicja Tranda, Aleksandra Ziomek

Performance description
A system is like a labyrinth without an exit. Trying to search for a human in it, we come across a one hidden under a layer of mechanical behaviour, racks and facades that it takes on every day. Basic definitions and statements are lost in the flow of informative stimulants coming in from all sides. We search for a balance between a mechanical and alive being. We struggle against a system, which has absorbed us so much that it changes the shape and boundaries of a human being. How not to get mechanized? The answear /Not found yet/.

About the project
Take Over: Seeing young audiences through young people’s eyes is an international project which gathers the performing arts venues Bios (Greece), Chorea Theatre (Poland), Kolarac (Republic of Serbia) and Teatro Limonaia (Italy) which will re-imagine artistic programmes from the point of view of young adults (18-28). The challenge for venues is to produce a cultural offer that is attractive, creative, up-to-date and/or interactive in order to remain relevant to young adults.

Project lead in years 2014-2017 by British Council (UK) realized within the European Commission program "Creative Europe". 

www.takeover.chorea.com.pl/eng/

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Mkołajkowy koncert "Najlepsze życzenie" Ani Brody

Concert "Best wishes" by Ania Broda

05.12.2015
Art Factory in Lodz

We want to invite to the concert "Best wishes", crated by Ania Broda. It's a St. Nicholas gift from Art Factory in Lodz for whole families. 

date: 5.12.2015
hour: 18.00
place: Fabryki Sztuki w Łodzi (Art Factory in Lodz), 3 Tymienieckiego Street

Concert for the whole families.
Admission is free of cost.
The number of places is limited.
Making a reservation is required.
We accept reservations until December 4th, to 17.00.
You can make a reservation by writing an e-mail to: warsztaty@fabrykasztuki.org

 

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Spektakl "Bachantki" w terenie

Performance "The Bacchae" in the field

29.11.2015
Teatr Realistyczny in Skierniewice

Performance "Bachantki / The Bacchae" by CHOREA Theatre in terms of the project "Culture in the field

date: 29 listopada 2015
hour: 19.00
place: Teatr Realistyczny in Skierniewice

Director: Tomasz Rodowicz
Choreography: Robert M. Hayden
Music: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Light: Tomasz Krukowski
Sound: Marcin Dobijański
Cast: Joanna Chmielecka, Julia Jakubowska, Majka Justyna, Małgorzata Lipczyńska, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Paweł Korbus, Maciej Maciaszek, Adrian Bartczak
Choir: Joanna Filarska, Sandra Gierzek, Joanna Kłos, Aleksandra Kozioł, Milena Kranik, Justyna Sobieraj-Bednarek, Marta Sterna, Elina Toneva, Paula Tralewska, Dara Weinberg, Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Premiere: 26.03.2012, Szwalnia Theatre, Lodz

“The Bacchae”, directed by Tomasz Rodowicz, constitutes the third and final phase of facing Euripides’ most intriguing drama. It is also an attempt to retell this ambiguous play while using a different approach than the one employed in previous projects.

One of the contributors is the American dancer, choreographer and Musician Robert M. Hayden (long-running Ultima Vez collaborator; he also worked on choreography for CHOREA’s Oratorium Dance Project)

Chorea’s first attempt at “The Bacchae” resulted in the “Bakkus” stage play – an international production which was performed in 2006 in cooperation with Earthfall. This was a story about the conflict between law and religion, a warning against fanaticism on the one hand and the abuses of power on the other, a cautionary tale about the crisis of values and the terror of collective responsibility.

The second part – the “Śpiew Eurypidesa” (“Songs of Euripides”) stage play was a tale about collective madness and a warning against dangerous and bigotry-ridden practices. In a collective rapture, a group of women emerges form the choir and reaches for that which is the most intimate and carefully hidden in every individual, but which can also become threatening and lead to murder in a devotional ecstasy – both now and 2.5 thousand years ago. The songs activate dark emotions – energies which, in the presence of the half-god, half-man Dionysus, provoke a degraded ritual– an ambiguous celebration crowned with on a lynch on “the other one” who dares to transgress the social taboos.

“The Bacchae” is a confrontation of these two themes, relating these tensions to modern interpersonal relations. Modern society constitutes a group which is quick to define collective responsibility. With the fading presence of any understanding of a god, which is being replaced by false idols, it is easy to claim omniscience and omnipotence. It is easy to manipulate the emotions of others. Faced with the decay of values, religions and authorities, destruction and aggression towards others become the means of self-definition. In our culture, the necessity of cleansing through a sacrifice has been reduced to acts of scapegoating. Every single one of us feels a simultaneous need for order and chaos, for madness and harmony. Why are we the only species which engages in the slaughter of its own kind while longing deeply for love and the presence of a god?
 

Project "Kultura w terenie / Culture in the field" is financed by the program "Kultura dostępna" by Ministerstwo Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego. 
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"Bachantki" na Łódzkich Spotkaniach Teatralnych

"The Bacchae" on Łódzkie Spotkania Teatralne Festival

28.11.2015
Opoczno

Performance "The Bacchae" on 38th Edition of Łódzkie Spotkania Teatralne Festival - Communication in movement

date: 28.11.2015
hour: 18:00
place: Miejski Dom Kultury im. T. Sygietyńskiego, 4 Biernackiego Street, Opoczno

Before the performance at 17:30: discussion "Taniec - język poruszającego ciała"
After each performance: discussion with the artists

http://www.lodzkiespotkaniateatralne.pl

 

Director: Tomasz Rodowicz
Choreography: Robert M. Hayden
Music: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Light: Tomasz Krukowski
Sound: Marcin Dobijański
Cast: Joanna Chmielecka, Julia Jakubowska, Majka Justyna, Małgorzata Lipczyńska, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Paweł Korbus, Maciej Maciaszek, Adrian Bartczak
Choir: Joanna Filarska, Sandra Gierzek, Joanna Kłos, Aleksandra Kozioł, Milena Kranik, Justyna Sobieraj-Bednarek, Marta Sterna, Elina Toneva, Paula Tralewska, Dara Weinberg, Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Premiere: 26.03.2012, Szwalnia Theatre, Lodz


“The Bacchae”, directed by Tomasz Rodowicz, constitutes the third and final phase of facing Euripides’ most intriguing drama. It is also an attempt to retell this ambiguous play while using a different approach than the one employed in previous projects.

One of the contributors is the American dancer, choreographer and Musician Robert M. Hayden (long-running Ultima Vez collaborator; he also worked on choreography for CHOREA’s Oratorium Dance Project)

Chorea’s first attempt at “The Bacchae” resulted in the “Bakkus” stage play – an international production which was performed in 2006 in cooperation with Earthfall. This was a story about the conflict between law and religion, a warning against fanaticism on the one hand and the abuses of power on the other, a cautionary tale about the crisis of values and the terror of collective responsibility.

The second part – the “Śpiew Eurypidesa” (“Songs of Euripides”) stage play was a tale about collective madness and a warning against dangerous and bigotry-ridden practices. In a collective rapture, a group of women emerges form the choir and reaches for that which is the most intimate and carefully hidden in every individual, but which can also become threatening and lead to murder in a devotional ecstasy – both now and 2.5 thousand years ago. The songs activate dark emotions – energies which, in the presence of the half-god, half-man Dionysus, provoke a degraded ritual– an ambiguous celebration crowned with on a lynch on “the other one” who dares to transgress the social taboos.

“The Bacchae” is a confrontation of these two themes, relating these tensions to modern interpersonal relations. Modern society constitutes a group which is quick to define collective responsibility. With the fading presence of any understanding of a god, which is being replaced by false idols, it is easy to claim omniscience and omnipotence. It is easy to manipulate the emotions of others. Faced with the decay of values, religions and authorities, destruction and aggression towards others become the means of self-definition. In our culture, the necessity of cleansing through a sacrifice has been reduced to acts of scapegoating. Every single one of us feels a simultaneous need for order and chaos, for madness and harmony. Why are we the only species which engages in the slaughter of its own kind while longing deeply for love and the presence of a god?

 

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Koncert "Engi Vengi" w terenie

Concert "Engi Vengi" in the field

20.11.2015
Sieradz

Concert "ENGI VENGI" by CHOREA Theatre in terms of the project "Culture in the field"

date: 20 listopada 2015
hour: 19.00
place: Sieradzkie Centrum Kultury, Sieradz

Musical arrangement: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Choir conductors: Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Elina Toneva
Choir: Elizabet Araj, Joanna Chmielecka, Jacek Czapnik, Joanna Filarska, Sandra Gierzek, Michalina Jędrzejczak, Majka Justyna, Joanna Kłos, Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Marcin Kobyliński, Maria Mażewska, Anna Przybyt, Marta Rakowska, Marta Sterna, Aleksandra Szałek, Elina Toneva, Paulina Tralewska, Jacek Witych
Light and sound: Tomasz Krukowski
Premiere: 24.08.2014, Art_Inkubator in Art Factory in Lodz

“Engi vengi vitelengi” is another musical proposal of the Great Choir of Young CHOREA. The group was established in 2011. Since then, it has accompanied musical performances of CHOREA Theatre, collecting and arranging songs from all over the world. This time, we are going to draw on the Balkan music repertoire. During the concert, we are going to perform, among other things, traditional Bulgarian songs from western Bulgaria and Rhodope Mountains. The concert will not lack Macedonian accents. We are going to hear some polyphony and dissonance, flirtatious as well as wistful songs, and, most of all, a great variety of ornaments and odd rhythms.

The Great Choir of Young Chorea is a musical and vocal band, which was founded in summer 2011 in CHOREA Theatre in Lodz. This is a group of music enthusiasts, which are different in age, experience, interests and backgrounds, but the have one great common passion for music and singing. 

Project "Kultura w terenie / Culture in the field" is financed by the program "Kultura dostępna" by Ministerstwo Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego. 
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Koncert "Rytm Języka" i spektakl "Zofia" w CHOREI

"Rhythm of Language" concert and "Zofia" performance in CHOREA

15.11.2015
CHOREA Theatre, Art_Inkubator

We want to invite everyone to two amazing events in CHOREA on October 15th.

First - concert "Rhythm of Language"
Hour: 18:00
Place: CHOREA Theatre, workshop space in Art Factory in Lodz, 3 Tymienieckiego Street

Second - performance "Zofia" from Teatr Powszechny in Warsaw, produced by Narodowe Centrum Kultury
Hour: 19:30
Place: Art_Inkubator in Art Factory in Lodz, 3 Tymienieckiego Street

Admission for both events is free of cost.
Reservation is required: chorea.warsztaty@gmail.com

 

"Rhythm of Language" by CHOREA Theatre

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Music: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Cast: Maciej Bednarek, Joanna Chmielecka, Hubert Domański, Sandra Gierzek, Dominika Jarosz, Joanna Kłos, Milena Kranik, Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Kuba Pałys, Justyna Sobieraj-Bednarek, Elina Toneva
Production: Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Light and sound: Tomasz Krukowski
Premiere: 21.08.2014, Retroperspectives Festival, Art_Inkubator in Art Factory in Lodz 

The concert is a continuation of musical and linguistic search led by Tomasz Krzyżanowski and the CHOREA Theatre. The language and the rhythm are fascinating. There is absolute brotherhood between them. There is a rhythm in the language, and the rhythm itself is a language too. It is exciting that when writing music, you can be inspired by both these phenomena, and that it works in both directions: sometimes you start from the melody, character and sound of syllables, while at other times you begin with the pulse, placement of the words in time, accents and pronouncing sounds in a given order, or with the rhythmical code into which you weave individual words and sentences. The melody of words, rhythm of sentences and phrases are like the song of the language. You can just listen to it, or analyse it as if it was a musical score. Yet, this song has an open form – you can use it in various ways, change it like in a kaleidoscope. And as in the kaleidoscope there is a place for various colours, shapes, images and emotions, also in the “Rhythm of Language” concert there is a place for songs and rhythms inspired by languages of the world.

In this musical “mosaicon”, we will hear the Persian temperament, Turkish Orient, Akkadian mystery, Old Greek pathos, Elvish magic, Polish word-games and others. This time, we wanted to find in the rhythm and sound of languages everything that can move and directly touch human sensitivity. We have been searching for the possibility to open, both in the performer and the listener, the new perspective of time, perception and awareness.

 

Monodrama "Zofia" by Teatr Powszechnego in Warsaw, production: Narodowe Centrum Kultury

fot. Marta Ankiersztejn 20

Text: Anna Wakulik
Direction: Beniamin Bukowski
Costumes: Elżbieta Radke
Music: Aleksandra Goetzen
Light: Maciej Majchrzak
Cast: Małgorzata Pieńkowska

Duration: 60 min.
Producer: Narodowe Centrum Kultury
Producer: MA PRODUCTION
Premiere: 9.05.2015, Teatr Powszechnym im. Zygmunta Hübnera in Warsaw

Information about "Zofia" on YouTube: https://youtu.be/K9GsLdKOmk0

Text is inspired by life and memmories of Zofia Rodowicz, mother of Jan Rodowicz, ps. „Anoda”, soldier of Szare Szeregi, AK and Delegatura Sił Zbrojnych. 
More information about JanRodowicz: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Rodowicz

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Koncert "Rytm Języka" w terenie

Concert "Rhythm of Language" in the field

14.11.2015
Piotrków Trybunalski

Concert "Rhythm of Language" by CHOREA Theatre in terms of the project "Culture in the field"

date: 14.10.2015
hour: 18.00
place: Miejski Ośrodek Kultury, Piotrków Trybunalski,  3 Maja Street, no. 12
Admission to the concert is free.

Music: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Cast: Maciej Bednarek, Joanna Chmielecka, Hubert Domański, Sandra Gierzek, Dominika Jarosz, Joanna Kłos, Milena Kranik, Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Kuba Pałys, Justyna Sobieraj-Bednarek, Elina Toneva
Production: Dominika Krzyżanowska, Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Light and sound: Tomasz Krukowski
Premiere: 21.08.2014, Retroperspectives Festival, Art_Inkubator in Art Factory in Lodz

The concert is a continuation of musical and linguistic search led by Tomasz Krzyżanowski and the CHOREA Theatre. The language and the rhythm are fascinating. There is absolute brotherhood between them. There is a rhythm in the language, and the rhythm itself is a language too. It is exciting that when writing music, you can be inspired by both these phenomena, and that it works in both directions: sometimes you start from the melody, character and sound of syllables, while at other times you begin with the pulse, placement of the words in time, accents and pronouncing sounds in a given order, or with the rhythmical code into which you weave individual words and sentences. The melody of words, rhythm of sentences and phrases are like the song of the language. You can just listen to it, or analyse it as if it was a musical score. Yet, this song has an open form – you can use it in various ways, change it like in a kaleidoscope. And as in the kaleidoscope there is a place for various colours, shapes, images and emotions, also in the “Rhythm of Language” concert there is a place for songs and rhythms inspired by languages of the world.

In this musical “mosaicon”, we will hear the Persian temperament, Turkish Orient, Akkadian mystery, Old Greek pathos, Elvish magic, Polish word-games and others. This time, we wanted to find in the rhythm and sound of languages everything that can move and directly touch human sensitivity. We have been searching for the possibility to open, both in the performer and the listener, the new perspective of time, perception and awareness.

 

Project "Kultura w terenie / Culture in the field" is financed by the program "Kultura dostępna" by Ministerstwo Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego. 
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Spektakl "VIDOMI" w terenie

Performance "VIDOMI" in the field

12.11.2015
Art_Inkubator in Art Factory in Lodz

"VIDOMI" performance by CHOREA Theatre

date: 12.10.2015 
hour: 18.00
place: Art_Inkubator w Fabryce Sztuki, scena, budynek C, ul. Tymienieckiego 3
admission is free
reservation is required: chorea.warsztaty@gmail.com

Director: Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Magdalena Paszkiewicz
Choreographer: Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Magdalena Paszkiewicz
Artistic consultation: Tomasz Rodowicz
Music: Kuba Pałys, Kuba Krzewiński, Joanna Filarska, Tomasz Rodowicz
Video projection: Anna Świderska
Light: Maciej Kobalczyk
Sound: Marcin Dobijański
Pedagogical supervision: Hanna Gzella-Jastrzębska
Cooperation: Special Education and Care Centre no.6
Cast: Anna Piekarniak, Ewa Otomańska, Aleksandra Ziomek, Przemysław Bitner, Grzegorz Nasalski, Damian Kukiałka, Jan Tarasiewicz, Tomasz Amsolik
Premiere: 28.11.2014, Art_Inkubator in Art Factory, Lodz

The project is an attempt to answer the question of what seeing is and what it is not. Do we realize the meaning of the sense of sight? By confronting the visually-impaired with the sighted, we are trying to develop alternative techniques of work, that will cross the physical limitations. We use the synergy of impulses – words, sounds, touch, movement – to create our own language for communication. We are learning to see with our whole bodies, and discover the world based on a different kind of seeing, which does not have to be limited by a physical impairment or the blindness of the mind, or by stereotypical judgments. This kind of work in theatre lets us go beyond the borders which the society puts in front of us in our everyday lives. Theatre becomes a medium, in which differences between us become a tool for creating the reality together. Visual impairment does not need to mean life in the dark. And how do you see it?

 

Project "Kultura w terenie / Culture in the field" is financed by the program "Kultura dostępna" by Ministerstwo Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego. 
Workshops and performances "Vidomi" are financed by the program "Młodzi niepełnosprawni – sprawni z PZU" by Fundacja PZU.
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Spektakl "MUZG" w terenie

"THE BRAIN" performance in the field

07.11.2015
Teatr Realistyczny in Skierniewice

THE BRAIN" performance by CHOREA Theatre in terms of the project "Culture in the field"

date: 7.10.2015
hour: 19.00
place: Teatr Realistyczny w Skierniewicach 
admission is free
reservation is required: chorea.warsztaty@gmail.com

Direction: Tomasz Rodowicz
Script and dramaturgy: Marcin Cecko
Music: Tomasz Krzyżanowski, Marcin Cecko, Kuba Krzewiński, Tomasz Rodowicz
Visuals: Maria Porzyc, Rami Shaya
Stage design: Korbus
Light and sound: Tomasz Krukowski
Costumes: Katarzyna Jasińska, Dominika Krzyżanowska
Cast: Joanna Chmielecka, Małgorzata Lipczyńska, Adrian Bartczak, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Robert Wasiewicz
Special thanks to Aloha From Deer for making costumes for the performance.
Premiere: 22-24.11.2013, Szwalnia Theatre, Lodz

Performance for viewers over 16 years of age.
Strobe light is used in the performance.

Directors note:

Nowadays the latest technologies and scientific discoveries have created a very uncomfortable and embarrassing situation in the area of the arts and so-called 'humanities', because they enter without permission into the field of questions and problematics reserved exclusively for the "spiritual" and philosophical sphere of human activity. The matters which, until now, were considered as the exclusive domain of philosophers, artists, theologians, ethicists and prophets, are now being penetrated into by physicists, computer scientists, neurosurgeons, neurophysiologists and neurobiologists.

With the help of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), magnetic resonance tomography (MRT), and the latest generations of CT scanners, researchers and scientists are able to stimulate and define, in a very precise way, the areas of the brain which are responsible for the creativity of the human mind and soul. They can register, manipulate and play with human consciousness and memory. Recently, they even created an artificial brain, giving it a graceful name: "The Organoid".

 On the other hand, we are losing all points of reference, in this fluid postmodern void in which we live. Surrounded by a vague, misty state in which all values are relative, with our hands full of the latest gadgets and wonders of technology, we are starting to feel a strong need of building an objective order and finding some constant, solid qualities.

In such a reality, the brain becomes a new oracle, a real hope, and the greatest fetish of the twenty-first century. We're not talking about mind, soul, consciousness or the “Self” - here the definitions are fluid, ambiguous and can be questioned easily. Objectively, the brain is just a one-and-a-half-kilo jelly-like object, which used to be the biggest mystery of mankind (not only from the perspective of evolution, but also that of functionality, creativity, unpredictability and insanity). Finally, we are able to explore this mystery. We can manipulate it, and convert it into a cult object. The brain is a creator of everything in the universe which is not a pure product of nature. (Besides, the brain as a product of nature, is already manipulating nature!) We believe that by deciphering the brain's access codes we can discover absolute truth - unquestionable, measurable, easy to verify, and easy to experiment on.

In our performance, we are asking about the position of the human factor in this situation. Are we able to reduce all the emotions, inter-human relations, and various states of mind and soul into neuronal schemes of electrochemical impulses?

A group of researchers is now finalizing the last stage of a complex project, in which they are exposing their bodies and minds to extreme experimentation. In this final stage of exploration, they are trying to define their own personal perspectives and points of reference, showing the opposition (and helplessness) of the human aspect set against the arrogant ruthlessness of science and bio-techno-ideologies.

Tomasz Rodowicz

Project "Kultura w terenie / Culture in the field" is financed by the program "Kultura dostępna" by Ministerstwo Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego. 
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