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Residency Program Flow

Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Ewa Ciepielewska, Areej Huniti , Eliza Goldox


22 – 29 July 2022

Curators: Nomaduma Rosa Masilela, Thiago de Paula Souza

Photo: Nomaduma Rosa Masilela | Residency Program Flow | Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Ewa Ciepielewska, Areej  Huniti , Eliza Goldox

In the floating residency program Flow, the Wisla River becomes a common starting point for actions by artists, curators and social workers. Flow is an attempt to counteract result-orientation and the drive for material objects in the art world.

Ewa Ciepielewska and Agnieszka Brzezanska have been working together since 2015. In July 2022, on behalf of Vleeshal, they invited Areej Huniti and Eliza Goldox onto the wooden boat to sail with them towards proverbial freedom.


How do we learn to love each other while we are embattled on so many fronts? is a series developed by Vleeshal's nomadic curators for 2022-2023 Nomaduma Rosa Masilela and Thiago de Paula Souza.

The title for this series is borrowed from Audre Lorde, writer and activist, who penned this question in 1984 in a journal entry written while she was living in Berlin, during which time she asked a litany of incisive existential questions about finding meaning in the face of uncertainty, despair, and psychic and physical vulnerability. Nomaduma and Thiago articulate their nomadic program of 2022-2023 around this question. The devotion of Audre Lorde to create international feminist political networks of camaraderie reflects the core concerns of their program. Nomaduma and Thiago similarly ask questions of how does one teach or share, how does one survive, how does one empower others, how does one fight, how does one repair, how does one nourish, as the core foundations of their collaborative curatorial practice.

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