Polish 'Greenhouse Silent Disco' installation at Triennale Milano

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    Stanisław Lem-Inspired ‘Future: ON’ Streaming in China

    The guitarist Michał Milczarek has just finished his new album ‘Future: ON’, inspired by the work of sci-fi writer Stanisław Lem. The album is to be released on April 22nd in the form of sound art in collaboration with Mao Rui, author of the Chinese translation of ‘The Cyberiad’. The project is being supported by the Jazz Po Polsku Foundation and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. More: Stanisław Lem-Inspired ‘Future: ON’ Streaming in China #music
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    ‘Stille Rebellen’: Major Polish Symbolism Exhibition in Munich

    Over 130 outstanding artworks from public and private collections are going on show at the Kunsthalle München in the exhibition ‘Stille Rebellen’ (Silent Rebels: Polish Symbolism around 1900). This is the first time such a large collection of Polish turn-of-the-century painting has been displayed in Germany. More: ‘Stille Rebellen’: Major Polish Symbolism Exhibition in Munich #visual arts
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    Polish Culture at Expo 2020 Dubai!

    After over two years of preparations, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute is proud to present four exhibitions at Expo 2020 Dubai! The Institute is also behind the cultural programme of the Polish Pavilion. More: Polish Culture at Expo 2020 Dubai! #heritage
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    I Was Enchanted: An Interview with Nobuo Murata

    The opening of the 10th edition of the Poland Film Festival took place on 20 November 2021, during which Nobuo Murata was honoured as an ‘Ambassador of Polish Culture’. We talk with Murata, organiser of the festival and representative of Mermaid Films, a Japanese film distributor, about the development of the festival so far and plans for the future. More: I Was Enchanted: An Interview with Nobuo Murata #film
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    'Sol Salutis: The Language of Numbers', or the Decryption of Mickiewicz

    What links the writing of the greatest Polish Romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz to mathematical systems? Jakub Woynarowski’s multimedia installation, 'Sol Salutis: The Language of Numbers', combines these realms into an extraordinary audiovisual experience. The Adam Mickiewicz Institute commissioned the artwork, which will premiere on 1st December 2021 at the headquarters of the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris. More: 'Sol Salutis: The Language of Numbers', or the Decryption of Mickiewicz #language & literature