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On the basis of her own experiences in an anonymous neighbourhood in the city centre, the author organised a series of interventions in and around the tenement house she lives in. Her goal was to encourage good relationships between neighbours. Based on her own research, observations and interviews with the inhabitants, she defined basic problems troubling her community and the most common causes of conflicts. The author created items featuring quotes from the interviews: signs, seats, doormats and tablecloths. She put them in common areas of the building, where the disputes usually occurred. The functional and metaphoric objects, with messages inspired by prohibitory and restrictive signs, convey the suggestions and feelings of the neighbours. All interventions were documented on photographs and culminated with a photo session with the residents.

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  • designer: Maria Mikołajczak-Zygmańska
  • promoters: Honza Zamojski, dr Anita Basińska (socjologia)
  • dimensions and materials: 3 mm PVC signs, UV print; dimensions of objects: 120 x 50 cm, 50 x 30 cm, 26 x 11 cm 3 seats – hand-sewn PVC banners, filled with foamed polystyrene regranulate, solvent print; dimensions of objects: 90 x 90 cm 2 tablecloths – re-hemmed products bought in chain stores, cotton with polyester cover, flexo print; dimensions of objects: 117 x 105 cm i 100 x 136 cm 2 pairs of underwear – from chain stores, flexo print duvet linen and 2 pillows – bought in chain stores, cotton, flexo print; dimensions of objects: 50 x 60 cm i 200 x 200 cm 1 doormat – bought in chain store, own print using stencils and fabric spray paint; dimensions of object: 91 x 61cm

 

 

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