Gnezdo Organic | 8. November – 30. December 2013

There are “other places”. Michel Foucault wrote of them.1 They exist only in a relationship with real places and cannot exist outside the real places, much like an image in a mirror. Quite often in the “other places” several spaces are juxtaposed in a single real place. The “other places” have temporality of their own and, in a way, question the spaces where we live. This exhibition presents a choice of recorded “other places” which revealed themselves at the meeting points of water with stone and water with other kinds of matter.



1 Michel Foucault, “Of Other Spaces, Heterotopias,” Architecture, Mouvement, Continuité 5 (1984). Retrieved from