Marcin Liminowicz is a multidisciplinary artist from Warsaw, PL. Mainly working with photography, video and publishing. His practices focuses on how physical space reveals itself in its socio-political consequences. Marcin has studied in Film School in Lodz, Poland. At the moment he is also a student at The Institute Of Creative Photography in Opava, Czech Republic and resident at FABRICA Communication Research Centre in Treviso, Italy. This September Marcin Liminowicz released a self-published photography book “No Shoes in the House” on inhabiting in post-war Berlin.
Podlasie region in Eastern Poland has for long been considered very traditional part of the country, with small towns and villages dotting mostly rural landscape, where farming communities and small-scale industry provide jobs and stability.
The Catholic Centre for Education and Addiction Therapy Metanoia exists since 2000. The facility helps young people addicted to drugs and alcohol. Located in the Knyszynska Forest (in Poland), occupies the former administration building Agroma – plants which in the past produced agricultural machinery, home appliances, and probably also weapons. Unfortunately the resort is in very poor condition and need some help. If by the end of the year does not collect money for repairs, will be closed.
Youth in Poland: Nonconformists, artists, outsiders, loners, rebels, skaters, homosexuals. Karolina Sekula has been portraying them for nearly ten years. That’s her natural environment. They are not connected by blood ties…