Alicja Duzel-Bilińska i Grzegorz Biliński
“Corrosion”, a performance and research seminar
Our intention, as artists, was to draw attention to the phenomenon of resonance as a process in space that occurs much more commonly than it is believed, and concerns the whole process, i.e. the cosmos, and also the very essence of the process which becomes an element of its origin in the age of the expansion of cultural noise. In order to explain these phenomena, we have invoked the highly visual phenomenon of corrosion. Its nature, especially the essence of its origin, can be compared to the nature of resonance.
We used hybrid language, a kind of metalanguage, including performance, whose nature of origins is also the beginning of a process. In this way, we were able to influence both the intellect and the senses more profoundly. For art, out of all other means of communication, especially in the era of intensive technological development, reacts most strongly with its own essence. This is the point at which the famous book by Marshall McLuhan springs to mind: Understanding Media. The Extensions of Man. In this book he discusses media – a new interpersonal form of communication – and states that it is art that builds new perceptions and transforms societies by evoking new attitudes among people and new interpersonal and world relations: “What we feel or see in a certain situation is suddenly reflected in a new kind of material…”.
Encyklopedia PWN, wyd. PWN, Warszawa 2003 , Entries: Corrosion, rust, anti-corrosion, process, medium.
Kluszczyński, R., Sztuka Interaktywna, od dzieła-instrumentu, do interaktywnego spektaklu, Wydawnictwa akademickie i profesjonalne, sp. zoo, Warszawa 2010. Entries: corrosion, rust, anti-corrosion, process, medium. .
Kluszczyński, R., Sztuka Interaktywna, od dzieła-instrumentu, do interaktywnego spektaklu, Wydawnictwa akademickie i profesjonalne, sp. zoo, Warszawa 2010.
Cudzik, J. P., Wykłady z filozofii mediów, podstawy z nauk o komunikowaniu, PWN SA , Warszawa 2017.
Resonance, Process, Atom, Corrosion, Time, Erosion, Particles, Motion, Effects, Reactions, Antidote, Interactivity
Translated by: Adrian Mróz (SL: Abenteuerzeit)