|20/04/18 - 22/04/18
laser-scanning technology, a full impression of the architectural
framework of The Kazimier club was captured just weeks before its
demolition in January 2016. This exhibition brings the previous
building back to life on the site of the Kazimier’s new gallery space,
paralleling its past and present states using video, photography and
sound montage. The time warp created through Kazimier X pulls apart the
structural DNA of the building to reveal the identity of the Kazimier
as a timeless space of social and creative activity.
alongside the laser-scan commission are a series of images selected by
photographers who have been involved with the Kazimier, each presenting
a different perspective of the club’s history. There are contributions
by Amina Bihi, Jack Whiteley, Andrew Ellis, Michelle Roberts, Sebastian
Brueckner and John Johnson.