Three female directors. Three actresses. Three perspectives on the life and work of Stanisław Wyspiański.In her I’M LOOKING, LOOKING, LOOKING, Magda Miklasz is posing some questions: if you look at a painting closely enough, will you see a human being in it? How transient is art and inspiration? What are the paintings from which... the soul escapes? In I KNOW YOU LOVE WILTED FLOWERS, Renata Piotrowska-Auffret is taking a look at Teosia – the ailing artist’s wife. How would she describe her memories of Wyspiański? How would she talk about his illness, his body? And in KONRAD’S ISOLATION WARD, Ewa Rucińska asks about the meaning of Liberation in the days of ‘late Polishness’? In 2018, can we say that we are Liberated as a nation and society?Three Women is an event combining theatre, performance, lecture and experimental choreography. It offers three intimate meetings with the Master.
I'M LOOKING, LOOKING, LOOKING...Direction: Magda Miklasz Concept and stage design: Magda Miklasz, Amadeusz Nosal Dramaturgy and video: Amadeusz NosalPerformer: Marta Waldera Music: Magda Miklasz and Marta Waldera Stage design assistance: Szymon WierzchowskiProducer: Bożena Sowa I KNOW YOU LOVE WILTED FLOWERSConcept, direction, choreography, texts: Renata Piotrowska-Auffret Implementation and cooperation: Aleksandra Osowicz Music: folk pieces, Marcin Janus Costume and stage design: Katarzyna Fabińska Consultant: Monika Śliwińska Consultation and training (traditional Polish dances): Piotr and Bogumiła ZgorzelskiProducer: Izabella Oleś KONRAD’S ISOLATION WARDDirection: Ewa Rucińska Visual setting, costume and props: Stefania Chiarelli Producer: Izabella OleśPerformer: Agnieszka KościelniakThe three projects were initially created for the Labyrinth Called Wyspiański event, which was part of the Wyspiański Liberates festival.