Fakund Patio Project :: audiovisual installation - Jarek Kordaczuk
Józef Ignacy Kraszewski installation, Adam Smoczyński comprise macro, macro lens, Jaroslaw Kordaczuk music, 4 channels audio track, 4ch soundtrack. soundtrack - music concrete with a few analog synthetic sounds

Fakund Patio Project An audiovisual installation inspired by the creativity of Józef Ignacy Kraszewski Adam Smoczyński - video installation Jarek Kordaczuk - soundtrack Facundus Fakund Patio Project   Note from the booklet of installation: The title of the installation refers to one of the pen names of Józef Ignacy Kraszewski, which can be associated with Facundus and Primitivus - both 4th century martyrs, about whom the only available fact is that they existed. It may have a non accidental connection with the project. Although, being inspired by Kraszewski's work, the installation doesn't tell about it itself. It is rather a commentary to an incredibly rich legacy of the 19th century writer. The authors of the installation try to direct our thoughts towards organic aspects of creation mechanisms and convulsive (primitive) creative energy, which seems to be the immanent feature of human condition. Using the language of specific coexistence and correlation of vision and sound, Smoczyński and Kordaczuk enliven fragments of city architecture, commenting on Kraszewski's creative process - implicitly the creative process in general. Kraszewski himself seems to be the pretext, but beyond a doubt he is the leading example (or even a proof of existence) this uncontrollable power of drive or urge of creation. The power which is introduced in a macroscopic lens by moving picture and sounds of Fakund Patio Project. *   *   * The project was implemented in partnership with the Association of Friends of the Public Library in Olsztyn, and the Public Library.   Fakund Patio Project. Installation, July 06-13, 2012, Olsztyn. Installation     impulse reaction body human pulse action touch eye sweat muscles blood hearing lip smell hand breath hair voice word ignition process mechanism machine cycle production contact lens cooling turbine fuel signal transmission pair lever pressure wires noise product Specification of installation video 4 video tracks (2 projections and 2 monitors with inlet holes) audio 4 audio channels (panorama 300°) Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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Basia RaduszkiewiczImprovised music
Children's Art CentreInstrumental Music
MonoctoneVocal-instrumental music
Musical interpretations of fairy talesTheatrical music
Acousmatic musicPoetic song
Music for childrenTheatre of Sound
Experimental musicPieces for children
Electroacoustic musicOnomatopeic compositions

Fakund Patio Project

An audiovisual installation inspired by the creativity of Józef Ignacy Kraszewski

Adam Smoczyński - video installation
Jarek Kordaczuk - soundtrack

 
Installation
Fragments of the installation of Fakund Patio Project

Adam Smoczyński - video
Jarek Kordaczuk - sound

July 6-13, 2012
Courtyard of the City Library, Olsztyn
Film tracks
Parallel film tracks from the installation of Fakund Patio Project

Adam Smoczyński - video
Jarek Kordaczuk - sound
Fakund Patio Project
 
Note from the booklet of installation:

The title of the installation refers to one of the pen names of Józef Ignacy Kraszewski, which can be associated with Facundus and Primitivus - both 4th century martyrs, about whom the only available fact is that they existed. It may have a non accidental connection with the project. Although, being inspired by Kraszewski's work, the installation doesn't tell about it itself. It is rather a commentary to an incredibly rich legacy of the 19th century writer. The authors of the installation try to direct our thoughts towards organic aspects of creation mechanisms and convulsive (primitive) creative energy, which seems to be the immanent feature of human condition. Using the language of specific coexistence and correlation of vision and sound, Smoczyński and Kordaczuk enliven fragments of city architecture, commenting on Kraszewski's creative process - implicitly the creative process in general. Kraszewski himself seems to be the pretext, but beyond a doubt he is the leading example (or even a proof of existence) this uncontrollable power of drive or urge of creation. The power which is introduced in a macroscopic lens by moving picture and sounds of Fakund Patio Project.

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The project was implemented in partnership with the Association of Friends of the Public Library in Olsztyn, and the Public Library.

 
Fakund Patio Project. Installation, July 06-13, 2012, Olsztyn.