LAZNIA 1 2010 - Tymon Tymański
21.01.2010 at 7 p.m.
In 2010 we start the series of poetic meetings entitled: “MYSTICS – WRITERS – MADMEN”.
This special metaphysic-social happening presents literary output of key representatives of literary alternative. The authors represent different forms of presence in the so-called “underground literature”. They all share a disapproval for current world and contest repressive socio-political reality in common. Getting these colorful figures together we have new perspective of publicly unapproved literature of eighties and nineties.

Tymon Tymański – a composer, multi instrumentalist, journalist, songs and fiction writer, collaborating with TOTART.
Apart from his two leading groups Miłość [Love] and Kury he was actively involved with other bands such as Tymon i Trupy, Czan, NRD, The Users and Masło. Currently he is in an indie-rock group Tymon & The Transistors and an improvising one called Tymański Yass Ensemble. He played in the movies Segment'76, Wesele [The Wedding], and appeared on TV in Dzyndzylyndzy and Brzóska Show. He is a founder of the independent record company Biodro Records and he did music for the movies such as Sztos [Cheat], Przemiany [The Chimney Pot], Wesele and the performances Top Dogs, Wszystkie dzieła Szekspira [All Works of Shakespeare], Monachomachia [The Monachomachy], Beztlenowce [The Anaerobe], Matka [Mother], Letnicy [The Holiday Makers], Kształt rzeczy [The Shape of Things]. In 2001 he published a mini novel Chłopi 3 [The Peasants 3] written together with a poet Zbigniew Sajnog (former TOTART member) and he was awarded with Paszport Polityki Award [Polityka's Passport] for the lifetime artistic achievements.
Currently together with Grzegorz Jankowski, Grzegorz Halama, Robert Brylewski and a band The Transistors they work on a musical Polskie Gówno [Polish Shit]. The premiere is planned for June 2010.

The detailed information about the shows to be found in the “MYSTICS – WRITERS – MADMEN” brochure.

Project co-organized by National Centre for Culture in Warsaw.
Project co- financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Curator: Paweł Konjo Konnak
Coordinator: Berenika Podrucka
Municipal Institution of Culture