2015 - Protest app
Civil Revolt App
Protest App
Piotr Wyrzykowski
curator: Agnieszka Kulazińska
I protest therefore I exist.
Albert Camus
Protest app is a tool for expressing your civil revolt opinions. Used it for creating a peaceful virtual demonstration. Type a slogan, record video wherever your want and share it with community. Your protests will be available on the "Protest-line". You can preview nearby protests in Augmented Reality mode.

Protest Declaration:
1. Protests are not eternal.
2. Protests need your support.
3. Protest with more support exists longer.
4. Protest with more opponents is dying faster.
5. Your opposition could be the one which kills the protest.
6. Protest, support and opposition have to be made with consciousness.
Piotr Wyrzykowski
Born in 1968 in Gdańsk. He is one of the most interesting Polish video artists. He studied interior architecture and painting at the Fine Arts Academy in Gdańsk and earned the M.Arts degree at Pi, Professor Witosław Czerwonka’s intermedia studio. He launched his artistic career as a performer. Today, he combines many media, beginning with the Internet to public space.
His most renowned works include: “Copyright”, “Beta Nassau”, “Runner”, “Cyborg’s Sex Manual”, “There Is No Body”, “Atomic Love”; and, with CUKT group: “Wiktoria Cukt’s presidential campaign” and “The Art Day”. He uses video, digital animation, photography and the Internet.

In the 1990s, he was an active personality of artistic scene in Gdańsk (member of the SAS, Social Activity Association, member of Open Atelier Foundation, vice-president of Wyspa Progress Foundation). In 1995 he became co-founder and art director of CUKT group (meaning: Central Office of Technical Culture). In 1995 he was awarded First Prize at WRO festival, and in 1997 – Second Prize. Nominated to Spojrzenia Award of Deutsche Bank’s Culture Foundation in 2003. Known also as VJ Peter Style. Stage designer for film productions. He lives and works in Kiev and Gdańsk.
The project “Close Stranger: promoting mutual understanding between population of Gdansk, Kaliningrad and Klaipeda through facilitation of exchange in the field of contemporary arts and culture” is implemented by the Baltic Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts, the Centre for Contemporary Arts «Laznia» and the Klaipeda Culture Communication Centre. Project realised within The Lithuania-Poland-Russia European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013 aims at promoting economic and social development on both sides of the EU-Russian border, addressing common challenges and problems, and promoting people to people cooperation. Under the Programme, legal non-profit entities from the Lithuanian and Polish border regions, and the entire Kaliningrad oblast implement joint projects co-financed by the EU and the Russian Federation.

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