Middle East, mystical Palestine, Holy Land. Two sisters observe these places without prejudice, with childish curiosity and openness. They build their worlds, stop and contemplate the nature. We accompany them on their journey and look through their eyes.
Jaśmina Wójcik is a visual artist, director, academic and pre-school educator. Since 2011 she has led a multidisciplinary socio-political project with former employees of the Ursus tractor factory, which includes site-specific activities in public spaces, socio-artistic actions, performances, happenings, independent film screenings and the production of the full-length documentary “Symphony of the Ursus Factory”. Film has been selected to many international film festivals and has won many prestigious awards around the world. Her work deals with the (in)visibility and self-representation of marginalized communities. She is involved in alternative education by developing authorial practices in the creation of children’s artistic expression. Simultaneously she works towards building interactivity within cultural institutions, by treating visitors as co-creators and interlocutors in cultural dialogue.