The International Festival of Krakow Composers (formerly known as Days of Music by Krakow Composers) has been present among the cultural events in Krakow since 1989. The main purpose of the Festival is the promotion and presentation of contemporary, professional work of Krakow composers (from classics and professors, through the outstanding middle generation to the…
Good morning! Good afternoon! And welcome to anødine!
I’ve been wondering how to present this site for a few days … After three years of work – or rather three years of learning (different computer languages, design, then programming) – the project seemed so clear to me that I thought I would write this text in a few seconds. But as always, nothing is ever so simple … Finally it is so! In fact, anødine it’s me, quite simple … what I like to do; what I think; what holds my attention.
Maybe one day I will tell you why “anødine” … In the meantime, I hope you’ll find this page interesting. And if you think I can help you with anything – photography, graphic design, web programming … – do not hesitate to contact me.
Have a nice trip!
You can find here my “artistic” – let’s say audiovisual – productions: some photographs, drawings, photomontages, vignettes, videos and some music maybe. You will find also – if you look hard enough – some graphic, photography, lighting or even technical design works which I achieved in the field of theater and art.
The quartet regularly participates in music festivals, performing on both national and international stages, including at the clarinet conference Expression in Clarinet Performance held in Cracow, the national Polish conference Gramy Razem in Gdansk and the international festival Wakacje z Muzyką in Nowy Sącz, among many others.
Four various personalities combined, fit well together and create a passionate musical organism. Their program includes pieces from the variety of styles – from classical arrangements to jazzi or dance music. Every member of Color Clarinet Quartet is a prize winner of national and international solo competitions.
*« Et avec sa queue il frappe » (fr). “A show where the questions of fear, paternity, transmission and the highlighting of human frailties are treated with humor. A show where the question arises of the role that cinema can play in the construction of a man’s identity and in his relationship to the world.”
Here will be some thought about … a little of everything? … and … a bit of nothing ☺︎
Have a nice reading!
Here I will try to share my research, my studies, my sources, just about everything that catches my attention. For each document, I will summarize in a few words or through some quotes what seems important to me to advance in my reflection. Sometimes I will also add some comments, some questions that will be for me new ways of research.
Of course I will give you a reference or a link to the original document in the language in which I discovered it. As I will try to translate these notes myself in order to work on my language skills, sometimes I will also provide other documents, treating about the same subject but in other languages.
I hope this blog-like-notes will be as useful to you as are to me. It’s up to you to do your own research if you want to go deeper into the subject. I will open comments soon to give you the opportunity to share other sources.
Halász’s job and his love of the city, whose streets he often wandered late at night, led to photography. He first used it to supplement some of his articles for more money, but rapidly explored the city through this medium, in which he was tutored by his fellow Hungarian André Kertész. He later wrote that…
In 1933 Brandt moved to London and began documenting all levels of British society. This kind of documentary was uncommon at that time. Brandt published two books showcasing this work, The English at Home (1936) and A Night in London (1938). He was a regular contributor to magazines such as Lilliput, Picture Post, and Harper’s…
With the minimal and conceptual movement, the art of this period is defined and reconstructed with elements external to the work: proofs, certificates, complementary information … In response to this tendency, Mac Adams introduces the notion of fiction into his photographs. Mac Adams fits into the conceptual current but responds differently: in the narration, everything is…
Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was a landscape photographer and environmentalist known for his black-and-white images of the American West. He helped found Group f/64, an association of photographers advocating “pure” photography which favored sharp focus and the use of the full tonal range of a photograph.
Edward Hopper (July 22, 1882 – May 15, 1967) was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. While he was most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. Both in his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision…
And finally, here is a contact form. You can use it to ask me any question about my work, but also to correct an article, report an error on the site or just to send me encouragement – it’s always nice to get it ☺︎ – . I will answer to you as soon as possible. See you soon.