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Theatre

Divine Kraków, Un-Divine Comedy

PAWEŁ SOSZYŃSKI TALKS TO OLIVER FRLJIĆ

You cannot use somebody who was trying to transgress social norms with his theatrical work to determine norms that must not be transgressed – Oliver Frljić

Art

Its own kind of truth

Jörg Heiser

Turowski and Baumgart provoke a reconsideration of actual history precisely by doctoring it. Maybe the term ‘metamodernism’ might apply for this

Side effects

Smart BOREDOM

Marek Krajewski

The term ‘smart boredom’ rose to popularity in 2012 primarily – and tellingly – in the context of marketing. What was idle becomes occupied, and what was annoying becomes absorbing

Film

BOREDOM in Critical Condition

Bartosz Żurawiecki

Boredom desacralizes. It reveals the void, monotony, and banality behind the surface of the decorations and under the illusion of attraction. But where does this revelation happen? Does it happen in what we’re watching? Or does it happen inside of us?

All All Literature Film Theatre Music Art

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