Small Forms of the Great Doubt

Small Forms of the Great Doubt is a performative research project initiated by theatre and performance artist Szymon Adamczak in collaboration with visual artist and spatial designer Zuza Golińska. At its core, there is a desire to re-enter performance practices in Central and Eastern Europe which emerged out of the political and social turmoil of the 1960s. By inquiring into the fabric of contemporary living, the artists aim to invigorate the notion of doubt as an effective yet gentle force of resistance. Their work is a form of a conversation that comprises spatial forms and crafted words. The outcome is presented as a performance and a publication.

Small Forms of the Great Doubt is a part of the series titled exhibition as… that explores the subject of exhibition and analyses different formats to bring in forth exhibition models often described as additional ones.

This event has been kindly supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The event is conceived as a cooperation between Cross Attic and lítost. ‘exhibition as…‘ series has been kindly supported by Key Promotion.