vision of an impossible public project, d-print, 121,5cm x 200cm, 3 editions
Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Ravine was created for the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art as part of the Warsaw in Construction Festival. Located in a temporary space, a pavilion at Pańska St. 3, the Museum invited artists, designers, scientists and Warsaw residents to present their concepts of Warsaw’s social, spatial and architectural design. At the MMA’s invitation, Rajkowska drew up a vision of a ravine, presented in the form of digitally rendered images and architectural drawings. The Ravine is a huge organic rift, a precipice separating the two parts of the Pańska passageway – the Emilia furniture store and the temporary WMMA space. According to the artist’s vision, in order to reach the museum, curators, artists and visitors would have to use rope bridges and steep stairs.