Natalia Wilk | Small Room Syndrome
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Small Room Syndrome

Four walls of our apartments are the source of thousands coincidances. This is what happened when we started our project in kitchen. So we stood inside.


Coming from great interest in polish living conditions and it’s people’s life’s programming. Tiny rooms, huge block of flats, thin walls trough which you can perfectly listen to and almost participate in private life of your neighbours. Poland is fifth country from down the list of tiny living record in European Union. That has to have a great impact on our behaviour.

And also to the way we move. Pushing, being pushed. Being shy. Being sorry. Speaking not too loud. Living not too loud. Living not to speak?

It is funny how we make ourselves polite and rest in manner of ergonomics of body presence not step into somebodies else Lebensraum.



Concept: Natalia Wilk

Pictures: Mohamad Faraji

Dance: Magdalena Fejdasz, Paulina Jóźwicka, Katarzyna Sikora, Natalia Wilk

Warsaw, 2014



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