Artists created a photographic studio and invited residents of Bel Horizon apartment house to take pictures with their neighbors.
Artists invited residents of Bel Horizon apartment house to dance in shared spaces of a building in order to discover dramaturgies of solidarity.
Artists were operating in Ciokana district at the outskirts of the capital of Moldova to discover local community’s own cultural repertoire.
Artists conducted interviews with the villages’ residents of Polish and Ukrainian nationalities, deported to Western Poland.
Artists and researchers investigated historical forms of solidarity among the workers of large industrial factories in urban areas.
Artist invited POGON Center team for a common activity aiming at evoking solidarity emotions among them and stimulating compassion.
Representatives of ZEMOS98 organization experienced a cycle of performative activities designed in a participatory manner aimed.
Artists invited children of elementary schools in Spain and Poland to send audio-letters to each other which contained questions.