YEAR 2023

A4 Open Call / Sam garden / 17.06 - 1.07

Event was a part of the DOMIE Welcome program.

A4 was an open call for artists working in Poznań, Poland and Oaxaca City, Mexico. It is a challenge to create a work of art on an A4-sized piece paper. Any technique may be used, but the base material must be bond paper. Size limits: 29.7 cm x 21 cm x 0.5 cm.

$100 USD was be awarded to each winner from Oaxaca and Poznań and 10 finalists from each city will have their works exhibited in Mexico and Poland. 

All works from Oaxaca will be selected by a 3 person jury from Poznań. All works from Poznań will be selected by a 3 person jury from Oaxaca.

Results were exhibited in DOMIE in July.

For more information, please contact


A4 es una convocatoria para artistas que trabajan en Poznań, Polonia y Oaxaca de Juárez, México. El reto es crear una obra de arte sobre una hoja de papel bond tamaño A4. Cualquier técnica será aceptada, pero el material base debe ser papel bond. Dimensiones máximas: 29.7 cm x 21 cm x 0.5 cm.

Se otorgaran $100 USD a cada ganador de Oaxaca y Poznań y se exhibirán las obras de 10 finalistas de cada ciudad en México y Polonia. 

Highway 14-30/09/2023

Autostrata is a non-local, exhibition series based on the site-specific tendency of artistic production in relation to displacement, authority over accessibility, and representational agency.

Based on a dialogic process between three independent artist-run spaces; DOMIE [Poznań], Stroboskop [Warsaw], Galeria UL [Gdańsk], and ten artists working in architectural, and virtual-sensorial fields. The exhibition series is consequentially as specific to the sites it is exhibited and performed within as to the transitive states it embarks, situating – while dispersing – works in which the artists deal with the political origins of their practice and its relation to the conditions and articulation of identity production and the particularities of the local exhibitive context and its histories. Each site of the exhibition series presents a new organization of forms born out of an urgency to initiate such dialogue, emphasizing conceptual methods to engage in political reflections and geopolitical preoccupations.

History, privacy [property?], collective memory, accessibility, and accountability: the tension between idea, implementation, and form, have become critical lines of thought throughout the artists’ collective work. The temporal periphery found between the sites in which the exhibition series operates, thus becoming its primary medium. The observer encounters the inaccessible as a dissociative and situative force via the work itself, often becoming a means of invitation.

Autostrata began after a series of conversations in Munich, Poznań, Warsaw, and Gdańsk on the effects of displacement on localizable ideologies of production and its relation to social premises. Three simultaneous exhibitions, active between September 14th to October 1st, are the first presentational part of the year-long exhibition project. Workshops hosted by local artists and performances are offered throughout as well as a website accompanying the progress of the project. The second presentational part of Autostrata will the hosted by the Halle 6 [Munich] between November 24th to December 10th, featuring a publication launch and panel discussion between the leading organizers of each artist-run exhibition space.

Autostrata is co-organized by Anastasiia Batishcheva and Ilinca Fechete in collaboration with Piotr Szymon Mańczak, Goś Patalas, Katie Zazenski, and Marta Grabowska. ¹Strata (ukr) – 1. expense, expenditure, 2. embezzlement, 3. loss, 4. сapital punishment – death penalty, 5. layer, layer, stratum (of society). Anastasiia Batishcheva, Quirin Brunhuber, Agnieszka Dragon, Ilinca Fechete, Julia Rybalka, Ania Siekierska, Magdalena Welz, Hisashi Yamamoto

DOMIE [Poznań] 14.09. – 30.09. Vernissage: [Thursday] 14.09. Open 18:00 – 22:00 [Friday] 15.09. 12:00 Agnieszka Dragon and Anna Siekierska, Fabulochory – Seed Walk [Saturday] 16.09. 12:00 Collective Cooking + Meal Opening Hours: Open by appointment, 15.09. – 30.09.

Stroboskop [Warsaw] 18.09. – 01.10.

Galeria UL [Gdansk] 21.09. – 28.09.


Painting exhibition by Katarzyna Rotkiewicz-Szumska

place: DOMIE, 53A Św.Marcin St.

date: 19.05.2023 – 3.06.2023

vernissage: 19.05 g. 18:00

performance: 19.05, h. 19:30

It is a cross-sectional presentation of the work of the artist, who is a co-founder of the The Cinema Theatre in Michalowice since 1992 – an artistic home where she is a matron, actress, set designer and painter. The exhibition will present Rotkiewicz-Szumska’s latest work accompanied by works from the 1980s onwards.

During the vernissage, on 19.05, we invite you to a performance by Wojak, an artist from Australia, who studied with Katarzyna in Gdansk.

Katarzyna Rotkiewicz-Szumska – born 1958 in Szczecin. Painter, she also works in theatre, stage design, photography and video. She graduated from the Faculty of Painting and Graphics at the State Higher School of Visual Arts in Gdańsk. Since 1992, she has co-created the Cinema Theatre in Michałowice – in Karkonosze, where she lives and works – an avant-garde, surrealist formation operating on the borderline of visual arts and movement theatre, referring to the achievements of dadaists and the theatre of the absurd.

Wojak (they/them) is a genderfluid trans-disciplinary artist based in Widjabul Wia-bul Bundjalung Country on the East Coast of Australia They create visually poetic work that resonates with a visceral depth, with a particular interest in site-specificity, durational performance, ritual and altered states.

Curators: Katarzyna Wojtczak, Tomek Pawłowski-Jarmołajew

Poster: Zbigniew Szumski

Collaboration: Agata Kneć, Goś Patalas

Matronage: Municipal Gallery Arsenał

Support: CK Zamek #poznanwspiera

CAMP MEMORY 27.07-05.08.2023 r.


place: DOMIE, ul. Saint Martin 53A

duration: July 27-August 5, 2023

opening: July 27, 2023, at 6:00 p.m

Rascal Black’s performative intervention: July 27, 2023, at 20:00

The aesthetics of “camp” can be understood as a sensitivity that celebrates artificiality through extravagance and stereotypical theatricality. We can observe its greatest flourishing in irony, parody and exalted self-awareness, including elements perceived in mainstream culture as exaggerated or kitschy. In the field of performance art, camp resonates with the bold adoption of the spectacle as an inherently exaggerated form, so that performers do not have to resort to extravagant costumes (although they can), emphatic gestures and scenography to draw attention to the boundaries of norms and conventions. The performance is a platform for self-expression and criticism, in which the artists explore borders, immersing the audience in a world of amplified emotions and a sense of unreality. What remains with the viewer after the performance is just a private record in his memory.

The subjectivity of this situation, however, allows for the reproduction of each action, based on one fixed perspective. The exhibition functions here as an installation – a virtual sculpture embedded in a space hosting original activities. Video documents of seven memories representing a specific perspective, echo and distort each other, blurring their own characteristics. Distortions of events once observed intertwine with each other in the process of remembering, they are arranged in layers and lose individualism in search of the essence. Randomized, scattered thoughts resublimate as their metaphysics are absorbed by the layers of plaster on the walls of DOMA. In this space, the authentic mixes with the fairy-tale, congealing in a form suggesting eternal oblivion. Breaking the code of the generating reality requires the situation of reception and analysis of its fragments. What is sensational becomes what is real, becoming fixed by the infinite rotation around its own axis.

The bulge of familiar tissue will crackle with intrigue

Errors, like wildflowers, will bloom to expand our understanding

Among the lapses in determining the language of presentation, the loss of thought and reason is the catalyst

To find your place in the process, unpredictability swirls

Speeding up the overstimulated senses, sparks blur all details,

the mapping of the dance of memory is intertwined with the act of coding a new reality.

DOMIE will breathe a stratified memory of its own, someone else’s, ours, each, none. Camp memory in its subjectivism, in turn, will open its arms in an invitation to consider the process – creating, thinking, seeing, remembering, experiencing.

So where is camp?

Performance: Rascal Black

Curatorx and production: Goś Patalas

Cooperation: Kajetan Dulian, Marta Terelak

Graphics: Goś Patalas

Matronat: Arsenał City Gallery

Support: Interactive Media and Shows of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Exhibition under the patronage of the Arsenał City Gallery.

Financed from the budget of the City of Poznań.


Holly Timper_residency 1/09/2023

Epicenter Revolutions

A Trans/Non-Binary Internal Transformation Performance Investigation

Sunday, October 1st

14.00 till 19.00


Święty Marcin 53A, 61-806 Poznań

Piotr Szczęsnowicz

Vero Uršnik

Kai Milačić

Klarens Matusiak


Marek Tomasz Jezior


Michał Zawisza


Amazona Assem

Klaus Światowy

Holly Timpener

Epicenter Revolutions is a performance event that investigates internal transformations within performance art. All artists in this project are transgender and/or non-binary. In their works, the artists examine how internal transformations felt within durational action(s) support transgender and non-binary identity and act as a form of political resistance. Transgender and non-binary bodies simply occupying space is an act of resistance towards heteronormative ideals in which everyday, lived experiences guide the construction of identity and community in public and counterpublic spaces. This event illuminates how transgender and non-binary bodies engage in durational performative action to listen, activate, and understand the personal and political affects of their lived experience. The artists insist that the acknowledgment and engagement of micro-changes felt by transgender and non-binary people creates resistance to oppression, heteronormativity, and gender binaries, ultimately creating systematic change, social justice, and united spaces where non-normative identities can flourish.

This is a free event.

To witness, please come anytime between 14.00 and 19.00

The performances are durational. Come and enjoy the works for whatever time you like.…/artists

Residence coordinator: Agata Kneć

"And nothing is as long-lasting as this cold, which is not even due to snow." 20 October , 20:00

“And nothing is as long-lasting as this cold, which is not even due to snow.”


How much water is in the glacier?

Is the desire for heat stronger than the desire for cold?

Is water a harder stage than ice?

How long does it take for a glacier to melt?

How to calm fear in the face of change?

Can the body feel good during the melt?

Is the glacier sweet or salty?

How much water to drink to be a body of water?

Where is the boundary between the body of water and the body of earth?

How much water flows out of the eyes during one month?

How much water to take in so as not to be in unnecessary excess?

Where does the state of matter of water change?

What is the shape of duration and what can it mean?

How many tears are needed to build a glacier?

M.Jahn, M.Sundmann, M.Doroshenko, M. Bone

Friday, October 20, 20:00

dresscode: comfortable, sporty


“And nothing is as long-lasting as this cold that doesn’t even come from snow” is a performance exploring emotions and conditioning during crises. Climate change becomes a co-sensory background. The glacier changes its state of aggregation. Water of indeterminate shape ceases to be an easily controllable object. It changes

its role, being a kind of link between the outside world and the world of the corporeal.

The scenario is based on the authors’ correspondence, a collection of poetry that reveals in itself stages of accepting changes in both physical and mental condition. Messages are transformed into symbols and gestures, which are reworkings of duration.

Two steps forward, five laps of the arm to warm up the rest of the water supply in the body. The more I cry, the more the ocean will pour out more waters on the land close to me.

The creators of the event invite you to tenderly observe the movement of your bodies, jointly


dresscode: comfortable.

script, performance: Maja Jahn, Marta Sundmann

music: Michal Doroszenko

narrator: Monika Kość

Hydroza Collective x DOMIE 2.09.2023

DOMIE invites you to a photo exhibition by the HYDROZA collective, under the title “Who will be the last to cry?” from the series DOMIE Welcome.

Astrida Neimanis is an author of the concept of hydrofeminism, which explores the relationship between gender, water and our environment. In her flagship text „Hydrofeminism: Or, On Becoming a Body of Water” the researcher indicates water as a building block, transmitter and archive of meanings. Water represents 70-80% of the body weight of an infant. As a humankind, we therefore have become an integral part of nature and the whole complex system of content transition.

The idea of a “body of water” introduced by Neimanis takes shape in the works of six Polish photographers who co-found the Hydroza* collective, (Jadwiga Janowska, Jagoda Malanin, Iga Mroziak, Kasia Rysiak, Milena Soporowska and Kasia Slesinska). Their projects explore the theme of water as a source of life, memory, violence and oppression.

The exhibition presents projects consisting of photos, objects and multimedia works.

Matronage: Monika Szewczyk-Wittek

Opening 2.09.2023, 19:00

Exhibition duration:


*Collective Hydroza was formed thanks to the energy of Nikon Noor Academy in Warsaw in 2022.


Exhibition of Art in Social Space at UAP and Drawing Studio III AS in Szczecin

“The ancient term melancholia, which was only gradually superseded by the term depression in the second half of the 19th century, covered a wide range of different states of pathological lowering of mood, including neurotic and schizophrenic depressions. The term would therefore better correspond, as Antoni Kepinski wrote, to the commonly used term depressive syndrome today.”

The focus for the 2022/2023 academic year is on us, students, functioning in a society weary of crises. The experience of the Black Protests – for some, participating in the first demonstrations of their lives. Doubts about our agency. The still smoldering Covid-19 pandemic. The war in Ukraine, the refugee crisis and the return of fear of nuclear disaster. The humanitarian crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border and the resurgence of nationalism and fascism. Repeated attacks on LGBTQ+ people from time to time and the ever-present scare of “gender ideology” in the government media. Inflation, high prices, rising rents, and thus increasingly expensive college. The climate and energy crisis. Institutional crisis (successive takeovers of key cultural institutions by PiS do-gooders). A crisis of faith in the sense of practicing art and the sense of choosing art studies. A crisis of creativity. A crisis of faith in engagement and the meaning of activism. Loss of faith in oneself and faith in the future. Finally – emotional crisis. Fatigue. Neurosis. Anxiety about what is inevitably coming. Burnout and suffering. Depression, or precisely, as it was once said: melancholy.

Crises foster a push for change in a way that Naomi Klein would call the shock doctrine. They reinforce, to use the language of Mark Fischer, capitalist realism. “Capital is,” Fischer wrote, “an abstract parasite, an insatiable creator of vampires and zombies, however, it is our living flesh that it transforms into dead labor, and we are the zombies it brings to life. However, every crisis also represents an opportunity for change through revolution, once heralded with such hope by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. A chance to destroy capitalism. In other words – there is also a fragile optimism smoldering in the crisis. Especially when such a unique, informed and sensitive generation appears on the horizon. A generation that represents an opportunity for change.

“The current prevailing ontology excludes the possibility of considering any social causation in the case of mental illness. The chemization and biologization of mental illness is, of course,” Fisher wrote, “directly equivalent to its depoliticization. Treating it as an individual chemical-biological problem is invariably beneficial to capitalism. First, it reinforces Capital’s drive toward atomized individualism (you’re sick, well you have that brain chemistry). Second, it creates an unbelievably lucrative market in which multinational pharmaceutical companies can push their drugs on people (we’ll cure you with our SSRIs).” Working in a group was an opportunity to repoliticize depression, melancholy, so important from Fisher’s perspective, and to work through those fears that rob us of the strength to work, that make us function more and more like automatons or just zombies.

We worked on the subject in parallel, together, though completely independently, in the Art in Social Space Studio run at the Faculty of Art Education in Poznań by Rafał Jakubowicz, and in the Drawing III Studio run at the Faculty of Painting at the Academy of Art in Szczecin by Wojciech Dada, who received funding for it from the Szczecin university. The effects of the students’ work will, after the exhibition at the HOUSE, also be presented at an exhibition at Szczecin’s Zona Gallery of Current Art. Meetings and events in Szczecin and Poznan will be an opportunity to get to know each other, share our concerns, establish relationships between student people from Poznan and Szczecin and confront the effects of our work.

Wojciech Dada, Rafał Jakubowicz

DIPLOMA DEFENSE 9-11/06/2023




And She Gathered All before Her

wystawa dyplomowa Julii Sokołowskiej


  1. Św. Marcin 53A


Złota dziewczyna ma serce na dłoni.

Próba dekonstrukcji procesów jakie formatują nas, kobiety do określonych ról społecznych.


diploma exhibition by Julia Sokołowska


53A Św. Marcin St.


opening 23.06 at 19:00

opening hours 24 and 25.06 – tba

The golden girl has a heart on her hand.

An attempt to deconstruct the processes that format us women into specific social roles.

EYES WORRYING 16-04-2023

Schizoid syntagma of a young gaze, looking at individualistically distinguished – so called: burning topics. The realities processed. Collectivism arranging common theme. A dualistic situation, eyes diverging towards the A+ category, gaze focused on deconstructing a certain photographic thread of popular culture.

Artworld happens to be unconscious in a focused bubble. Lines into pockets because anonymity paradigm assured.

The undersigned:

Kamil Kiewel

Dominika Krzywosz

Damian Książek

Mateusz Hadaś

Ada Metryka

Bartłomiej Puch

Aleksandra Seroczynska

Mateusz Spich

12.04.2023 (Wednesday) – exhibition opening at 7 pm

16.04.2023 (Sunday) – exhibition finissage at 6 pm


Film is an important medium through which the voices of marginalized people can be heard.

As a DOMIE community, we invite you to a screening of the film , “Palestine in the Eye (1976)”, during which there will be an opportunity to drop donations into a can while supporting those harmed by the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip. All proceeds from the benefit will be donated to the collection /

”The scale of the need is enormous and growing. The people of Gaza need help immediately and will need it for a long time to come, regardless of the development of the current situation.The Doctors Without Borders team is on standby to scale up operations in Gaza and the region. They are also present in the West Bank – in Jenin, Hebron and Nablus.”

Of course, we also invite people who are not in a position to support them financially, but feel the need to unite and learn about a piece of Palestinian culture.

Palestine in the Eye (1976) \Arabic with English subtitles\28’33”.

Palestinian Cinema Institute

Director of film restoration – Azza El-Hassan

“Palestine in the Eye is a chronicle of Hani Jawharieh’s profound influence on the PLO Film Unit. Constructed largely from the author’s photographs, the documentary reflects both his life and the moment of his death at the front while filming for the Unit in 1976. The Unit’s working method was to describe everyone as a collective of “workers,” as we see in the film’s titles, which collectively list the names of everyone who participated as a non-hierarchical team. Through this reflection on Jawharieh, we can understand the workings of the Palestinian Film Unit, its international connections, and its impact on hearing marginalized voices.”

Patho Autopsy Folder #1 - Bartek Walczak 26-28/06/2023

Event from the series DOMIE Welcome

Three decades of life put under permanent anesthesia. An autopsy of an abandoned archive of a large part of an anesthesiologist’s life, which is the basis for creating its possible course.

Świetlówka 30/06-03/07/2023

place: DOMIE, 53A Św.Marcin St.

date: 30.06.2023 – 3.07.2023

vernissage: 30.06. at 19:00

closing event: 3.07 at 19:00


Event from the series DOMIE Welcome


Some people absorb the glow of light, others hide from it with fear. Without it, our eyes are exposed to a darkness they cannot measure. It penetrates us unasked for permission, wandering over our skin, scratching, meeting the shadow embedded under our skin. He, on the other hand, seduces with his fluid shapes and blurs the boundaries that are too clear when the light draws them so.

The title fluorescent lamp becomes a symbol of light – it creates it, but loses it over time. It can burn out due to old age, a monotonous manner that lasts for years, or an explosion that comes suddenly. Some of it will always give a weaker light, some of it will always flicker, some of it will always be deprived of the ability to emit.

Every encounter with light leaves a trace, whether on the surface of our skin or within us. In our works we try to capture these encounters. Moving in different techniques, from photography to spatial installations, we search for our own lights and shadows



Bachur Julia

Cybertowicz Alicja

Kordyl Julia

Kozłowski Marcin

Łaski Miłosz

Mioduchowski Jan

Motyl Łucja

Napierała Antonina

Ormańczyk Olga

Pietrucin Marcin

Romaniuk Viktoriia


premiere of the Chemia Collective’s social campaign


ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ


~ premiere of the social campaign

place: DOMIE, ul.Św.Marcin 53A

date: Wednesday, March 8, at 18:00

An event from the DOMIE Welcome series


The social campaign 𝗧𝗢 𝗡𝗜𝗘 𝗧𝗪𝗢𝗝𝗔 𝗪𝗜𝗡𝗔 is the latest project of ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡᴜ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ. The campaign, with the participation of people from the world of art, television, culture, and volunteers, aims to increase awareness of sexual violence using psychoactive substances. Additionally, the campaign promotes the activities of the public and, most importantly, provides information on legal and psychological assistance for all those in need who have experienced this type of violence. ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ presents a chorus in which we loudly repeat the unpopular phrase 𝗧𝗢 𝗡𝗜𝗘 𝗧𝗪𝗢𝗝𝗔 𝗪𝗜𝗡𝗔 together.

During the meeting at DOMA, we will watch the social campaign 𝗧𝗢 𝗡𝗜𝗘 𝗧𝗪𝗢𝗝𝗔 𝗪𝗜𝗡𝗔 together. After the screening, there will be a meeting with the creators of the film. We will talk about the process of creating the project and the activities of the project. Additionally, during the event you will be able to familiarize yourself with educational materials (stickers, leaflets, posters), which we will be happy to pass on to the world.


video creators:

Kierowniczka produkcji: Weronika Śmigielska

Reżyseria: Karolina Fronik

DOP: Marianna Klein

AC: Filip Rogoziński

Scenariusz: Natalia Milewska

Światło: Maria Troczyńska

Asystent świateł: Gustaw Kowalski

Kostiumy: Agata Dziurgota, Weronika Jeleń

Asystentka kostiumów: Tosia Wołowska

Scenografia: Daniela Marcinkowska

Makijaż: Ada Nowakowska

Asystentka makijażu: Kenaya Huacana-Villan

Grafika/projektory: Martyna Kaletowska

Dźwięk: Marta Hinderer, Magda Wiesław

Zdjęcia (za kulisami): Iga Milk

Montaż: Sara Sukiennik

Kolor: Marianna Klein

𝗪𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘂𝘀𝘇𝗸𝗶 𝗶 𝘄𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘂𝘀𝘇𝗲 𝗞𝗼 𝗹𝗲𝗸𝘁𝘆𝘄𝘂 𝗖𝗵𝗲𝗺𝗶𝗮:

Maria Kniaginin-Ciszewska

Nela Zielińska

Hela Tokarz

Justyna Krawczyk

Ani Balcerek

Dominika Glica

Mikołaj Kurasiński


Sylwia Chutnik

Ada Chlebicka

Julia Wyszyńska

Maćka Musiała

Marta Dyks

Kamila Ferenc

Ninę Michnik

Natalia Skoczylas

Cleo Ćwiek

Zuzanny Szklarzewicz

Malwina Łapińska

Milka Żmuda

Natalia Grabowska

Kuba Dąbrowski

Kacha Kowalczyka

Danił Witkowski

Marianna Żydek

Julia „Walia” Zarzecka

Dorota Śmigielska

Natalia Pituła

Zosia Hadryś

Nela Zielińska


ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ is the first grass-roots organization in Poland dealing with comprehensive education and spreading awareness around the so-called rape and sexual violence pills. ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ works in interventions, in times of crisis. In addition, she creates the educational podcast “Safe Girl Summer”.

Since August 2021, ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ has been creating content and informants around the so-called rape pills – spreading knowledge and awareness about its universality and presence not only in public space but also, often, in private space. The ᴋᴏʟᴇᴋᴛʏᴡ ᴄʜᴇᴍɪᴀ initiative takes various forms – they post posters all over Poland: clubs, restaurants, bars, institutions, cooperate with Jet-Line monitors, organize panels and educational meetings, cooperate with the SexEd foundations and the Feminist Fund. They support music festivals and cultural events throughout Poland, providing information materials (in the form of leaflets, posters, stickers) and providing local education. They are also behind a podcast called Safe Girl Summer – where they discuss the so-called rape pills from every possible side, inviting specialists.

There is a risk of consuming psychoactive substances on the premises of DOMIE. drugs.

Please respect this rule.

the event takes place as part of the free space and resources of DOMA

Umieralnia 10-15.10.2023


Exhibition of sculpture, graphics, painting, drawing and publication of a zine of the same name.


place: DOMIE, ul. Saint Marcin 53a

opening: October 10, 2023, time: 7:00 p.m

exhibition duration: October 11 – 15, 2023, opening hours: 14:00 – 18:00

An event from the DOMIE Welcome series


Dying is an integral part of life!

Every second a cell dies inside you to be replaced by a new one. When this process slows down significantly, you will grow old, die, and someone else will take your place. Through experiences, you create new connections in your brain, some will stay with you for a long time, shaping who you are, others will fall apart.

Your memories and thoughts will disappear to make room for new ones. Your consciousness will die for a moment every day when you go to bed to fall asleep and sort out your tangled thoughts after a day of activity. The confusion may become so severe that you may no longer want to get up.

The dying room may be in you, your thoughts and personality. It can fit within the border of a bed or room, occupy spaces in homes and urban nooks, grow and spread like a disease. It can be a greedy destructive activity, devouring everything in its path in the name of unbridled growth and productivity. The Dying Room is also the end of activity, a sad end that, paradoxically, provides space for further cycles of the Dying Room. There is no turning back from it, it is like a fire that you cannot extinguish. If you’re lucky, you’ll warm yourself in its warmth, otherwise you’ll lose everything you have in it.

Dying room – always and everywhere – for you and your loved ones.


Mateusz Aftanas

Urszula Blachnierek

Jagoda Czarnowska

Małgorzata Gazda

Anna Myszkowiak

Dominika Pera

Krzysztof Perz

Karol Ruszala

Konrad Smela – curator

Aleksandra Wawrzyniak

Gwiazda ulicy Święty Marcin 7/05/2023

Event in the framework of The Arsenal Municipal Gallery x DOMIE collaboration: performance “Gwiazda ulicy Święty Marcin”

venue: DOMIE, 53A St. Marcin Street

date: 07.05.2023 hr: 17:00

“Gwiazda ulicy Święty Marcin” is the title, which comes from Piniak’s latest series of lyrics-artifacts, where the author pours out his regrets and tells what it’s like ‘to be born under a specific star’.

He intersperses his fears with street anecdotes about fast food, lumpy stores, or the greenery just planted on Marcin. All of this is tied together by a new rurczan theory, built on the basis of the most recent discoveries. A system of pipes of unknown origin and purpose has been discovered under Martin.

This is another Piniak project happening around Martin. Revolving around this location allows to expand the range of contexts. The performance “Gwiazda ulicy Św. Marcin” will take place in a scheme already familiar to Poznan audiences.

Team Piniak/Kosecki/Tkacz/Jaksim team invites you to watch both in the space of DOMIE (streaming on the screen) and to follow Piniak on the street.

“In the morning it’s not coming up to me. Normally in the morning it’s the opposite of how I think. I start the day with bad wishes. Also, if you want to know what I think of you in the morning, sign up for the list. I’m releasing a piece of paper to sign in. Well I don’t know which thoughts are real. Do they become through repetition more animated. But I guess I have the right to attack myself sometimes since I, as a specific celebrity, am constantly attacked.”

Performance: Przemyslaw Piniak

Music: Mikolaj Tkacz

Cinematographer: Mikolaj Jaksim

Set and costume design: Przemyslaw Piniak and Jakub Kosecki

Direction: Jakub Kosecki and Przemyslaw Piniak

Production: Jakub Kosecki

Graphic: Przemysław Piniak

Matronage: Arsenal City Gallery in Poznań

Coordinator for co-operation: Katarzyna Wojtczak


koncerty 30/04/2023

concert in the middle of summer. 20:00 – 22:00
Young kitten Song alias Lorelai b Woch, a musician from Upper Silesia. She is best known for the albums “Stan Stunt” (2018) and “Tychy” (2019), released by the Warsaw-based Enjoy Life, which addressed issues of memory, nostalgia and healing through the prism of lyrical magical realism and dreamlike reinterpretations of music and new age musical motifs.
In June, Mlody Kotek’s third and last album was released, “My whole plan has to be broken and if I break it’s a good sign, I can be completely made of glass”, which is about pupation and transcendence. Lemta Toro (emo ambient being) His debut cassette True Religion focused on experiments with cassette loops and field recordings. In April this year, he released the album KAPITAŁKA, which combines raw, synthesizer soundscapes with white singing.
The concerts are accompanied by visualizations by @monstertruck.fanclub

Rain route: Seweryn with the band + Chair

In spring 2023, Seweryn and his team set out on the Rain Tour. Four cities and four unique premiere concerts in good company.
Together with the CHAIR team, they visited DOMIE in Poznań. The Tricity quartet and intercity trio took everyone on a short journey through the nooks and crannies of indie-rock sounds. Seweryn and his band premiered material from their second album “Petrykora”, and CHAIR did not spare any surprises…
April 30, 2023 (Sunday) 19:00
Poznań @DOMIE
TAX: PLN 30/40
(tickets available online on the Going platform, Empik Tickets and in Empik showrooms)
7:00 p.m. – doors open
19:30 – Chair
20:45 – Seweryn with the band
22:00 – end
It is forbidden to consume psychoactive substances aka psychoactive substances on the premises of DOMIE. drugs. Please respect this rule
There is a prohibition of psychoactive substances aka. drugs consumption on the premises of DOMIE. Please respect this rule.
Seweryn with his team
Reducing loneliness by inviting people to experience things together. Seweryn and his band are an indie-trance mosaic with a passion for jazz and non-obvious structural evolution. Adam, Antek, Seweryn and Stefan, together, create energy that lifts and brings together with its melody everyone who is within its range. During the concerts, they will premiere material from their second album “Petrykora”, which will be released on April 21!
Listen to Seweryn
is an international duo of multimedia artists, consisting of Cura and Hubert Kurkiewicz. They agree that they create music to attract attention and feel appreciated. Their private reasons are slightly different – Cura would like to create a topic for conversation at the table and at an awkward party, and for Hubert, the most important thing is nice melodies and the lack of boredom. Their inspirations, somewhat perversely, include Idles, Carly Rae Jepsen, Dorian Electra and Ariel Pink. The result of these inspirations are original songs in a country-porn-punk style.
Listen to Chair
Media patronage: Radio Afera
Visual design: Stefan Głónik
The event is organized by the Young Culture Association.

KALEKTAR October 6, 2023

Artist Talk with Kiryl Masheka

October 6, 2023

Kiryl Masheka is an actor, artist, performer, director, playwright, and civil activist from Belarus. During our residency, he is currently working in Poznań and Berlin, creating an autobiographical monoperformance.

During the event, Kiryl will share insights into his protest activities, experiences in prison, artistic principles of political art, and creative work with the Belarus Free Theatre and the Pussy Riot group.

This residency is organized by the KALEKTAR platform and DOMIE Space in Poznań, with the support of the Rönne Stiftung Foundation, the German Federal Foreign Office, and Civil Society Cooperation.

The event will be conducted in Belarusian with translation into Polish.


Maki Kim "Bo-cho, sho-shitsu" / "Ekspansja, znikanie" 3-6.03.2023

Bo-cho, sho-shitsu / Expansion, disappear

Since I came to Poland, there are my two feelings as if my existance is expanding and other times when I feel as if it is disappearing. I want to give form to this in my exhibition.

Maki Kim

Maki kim – born in Mie Prefecture of Japan in 1995. Graduated from Master student of Musashino Art University (MFA, 2020). Currently based in Tokyo.

Maki: My interest when I create artworks comes from how I handle “paintings”. For example in my work “bonsai” (2016), I found similarities between bonsai and paintings, and by incorporating the structure of bonsai into the structure of painting, I created a work that captures “painting” from the outside.

I combine my interest in painting with happenings I discover in my daily life to create works of art, hoping to find new ways of expressing “paintings”.

The exhibition concludes Maki Kim’s residency in Poland, realized in collaboration between DOMIE in Poznan and Art Center Ongoing in Tokyo. Maki is a Tokyo-based artist using mainly the medium of oil painting on paper, but also series-based painting with stop-motion animation and art in public space. As a fourth-generation Korean woman living in Japan, her works often portray the lives of her family members, as well as their handwriting, notes, and elements of daily life. The second part of Maki’s work is conceptual work in the medium of painting, in which she explores themes of utility, scale and visibility. Through conceptual experiments, she explores themes of representation, memory and identity.

Maki is a lecturer at the oil painting faculty at Musashino University of the Arts in Tokyo.

Supervisor of the residency: Martyna Miller

The exhibition is subsidized by the Ministry of Culture in Japan and the Department of Culture of the City of Poznań.

Scale company is a private sponsor of the residency. 

mozaika D̷e̷u̷s̷ Pluto conservat omnia 3/12/2023

Migrating queer mosaic ” ̷D̷e̷u̷s̷ Pluto conservat omnia”.

Join us for a queer tea party and preview of a collective work of four artists from Poland and Belarus at DOMIE on Sunday, 3.12 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm.

Artists: Alexey Lunev, Malgorzata Mycek, Raman Tratsiuk, Katarzyna Wojtczak

Curator: Katarzyna Wojtczak

Production: Goś Patalas, Zuza Szczepańska, Lidia Dziewulska

Expert: Paulina Garbiec

Project in cooperation with the Rönne Stiftung Foundation and under the auspices of the German Federal Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Civil Society Cooperation.

Many thanks to Fenek Studio (Warszawa), Porcelana Bogucicie (Katowice) and Centrum Ceramiki Amfora (Poznan) za materiały do pracy


Twadunda Tu 5-6.07-2023



Artists: Adon Ombura, Anne Mwiti, Tommie Ominde, Yona Mudibo, Jonathan Mbinga, Philip Tangara, Mike Okoth, Joseph Allan Green, John Mugubi

Curators: Rafał Żarski, Klaudyna Szymańska

Cooperation: Duos Festival, TPAAE -Transcultural Perspectives in Art and Art Education*, Art Academy in Szczecin, Technical University of Mombasa, Kenyatta University, National Museum in Szczecin

“Twadunda tu” in Swahili, means a short spontaneous trip to a particular place without clearly defined plans. This phrase perfectly reflects the nature of the two-day exhibition at DOMIE, which will present the works of contemporary artists from Kenya , working with various media and problems.

The artists presented during the exhibition, came to Poland within the framework of the artistic and research project DUOS FESTIVAL/ TPAAE – Transcultural Perspectives in Art and Art Education, organized in cooperation with Art Academy in Szczecin, Technical University of Mombasa, Kenyatta University and National Museum in Szczecin, where you can see the exhibition “Social Ecology” summarizing the artistic exchange between artists from Poland and Kenya.

More about the project:

*This project has received funding from the Horizon 2020r eserach adn innovation programme under grant agreement No. 872718


Sound workshops // Agata Kneć

FINISHING _ 5th birthdayDOMIE 21-23.04.2023

April marks the fifth anniversary of the initiation of DOMIE – a collective space for art, culture and social action, run by the Komplet Association in a building at 53A St. Marcin Street. On this occasion, we invite you to the FINISH – a three-day program of events, meetings and presentations, which will be an opportunity to summarize the activities that have taken place in DOMIE so far and to reflect on the future of the initiative….


𝗣𝗶𝗮̨𝘁𝗲𝗸, 𝟮𝟭.𝟬𝟰.𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟯

𝟭𝟰:𝟬𝟬 Press conference

𝟭𝟴:𝟬𝟬 WYKOŃCZENIÓWKA | performative and discussion evening

𝟮𝟮:𝟬𝟬 Afterparty in Kisielice w/

Anastasia Pataridze

Wiara Wojtaszczyk

Mikołaj Tkacz

Jakub Lemiszewski

𝗦𝗼𝗯𝗼𝘁𝗮, 𝟮𝟮.𝟬𝟰.𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟯

𝟭𝟰:𝟬𝟬 Album brunch | workshop

𝟭𝟴:𝟬𝟬 – 𝟭𝟵.𝟬𝟬 D – Archive | Performative action

𝟮𝟬:𝟬𝟬 KoIMPRO

𝗡𝗶𝗲𝗱𝘇𝗶𝗲𝗹𝗮, 𝟮𝟯.𝟬𝟰

𝟭𝟮:𝟬𝟬 Picnic