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Artists’ Film International | 2020

Dominka Olszowy | Wanda Wanton (2016)

Still from Dominka Olszowy | Wanda Wanton (2016)

(9:14 minutes) Selected by Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw

Wanda Wanton is an aspiring artist from Wieliczka, working as a
teacher of Polish language. After work, Wanda devotes herself to a peculiar
passions: she just loves to destroy things, and calls her acts of
vandalism “acts of art” or simply “sculptures”. By bringing her to life, the
artist expresses her own socially unacceptable desires. Wanda Wanton,
first and foremost, casts a spotlight on the relationship between human
and the surrounding matter, and asks a question: can vandalism be an
act of emancipation, freeing an individual from the oppression of the enforced order.

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