Repeat after Me II is a collective portrait of witnesses of the war in Ukraine. The protagonists of two films from 2022 and 2024 are civilian war refugees who speak of the war as recalled through the sounds of firearms, and then invite the audience to repeat after them. The artists use a karaoke format. The accompaniment here is not hit tunes, it is shots, missiles, howling, and explosions, and the lyrics are descriptions of deadly weapons. This is the soundtrack of a war that the witnesses try to recreate. The ability to recognise these sounds can save their lives, and we are invited to learn the language of their experiences. More about the exhibition.
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Poland has participated in the International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia since 1932 and in the International Architecture Exhibition since 1991. The construction of the Polish Pavilion was financed by the Polish government in the 1930s and it remains its property to this day. Zachęta — National Gallery of Art curates and organises exhibitions at the Polish Pavilion both at the Art and Architecture Biennale. Polish presentations have been repeatedly appreciated and awarded by the international Jury… more
Polish Pavilion is located in Venice in the Giardini della Biennale area (nearest vaporetto stop: Giardini)… more