2018
Piercer Series
LEFT RIGHT CENTER
The Office
TOFI 1, TOFI 2

2017
Dead End
Viruses (Lucile)
Telimena
Walkout
Stay in Shape
COMMON GROUND (GRID)

2016
COMMON GROUND
Romantic Composition for Twelve Performers and a String Quartet
neveralways (ABCs)

2015
Run-Up
Brilliant Blue
Nepomuk

2014
Loop
Brazier

2013
Choirboys
Walkout, performance, 2017
1 zuza golinska walkout
10
14
16
17
2 zuza golinska walkout

The series of performative walks, created in collaboration with the choreographer Iza Szostak, took place both in and around Parade Square next to the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. From the fifties until the fall of communism, the square was used by the government of People's Republic of Poland for propaganda parades and speeches. The participants of Walkout, dressed in coordinated outfits, performed together as a disindividualised and unified collective: walked in a straight line, took the same poses, made gestures together, or just moved according to some arbitrary rule, as if to examine the physical limitations imposed by the space itself. Parade Square is often regarded by the city’s residents as an unpleasant desert of stone and concrete, which—along with figures decorating the entryways to the Palace—lent these performances a solid, sculptural quality. With its historically significant location, this piece also critically addressed a wide array of meanings and associations derived from oppressive totalitarian regimes of the past and their fascination with disciplined bodies that perform collectively in perfect unison.

Performers: Natalia Atmańska, Karolina Bielawska, Andrzej Godziński, Ignacy Hryniewicz, Oskar Malinowski, Mary Szydłowska Duration: 30 minutes, Costumes: DOOM 3K