When we decide to visit a gallery, a store or other exhibition space, we expect the space to be ready, arranged, orderly and aesthetically consistent. We expect to see a static and motionless surface.
When deciding to see the exhibition, to take a closer look at the collected forms, we also expect to see a finished thought and a sentence followed by a dot. Such is the history of art and history of thought. At least their academic version.
However, the act of creation as a process is not static and clearly defined. What is interesting is that which happens between the capital letter and the dot. What happens between is what triggers the imagination and sparks the most ideas.
The waves during the storm are unpredictable, they vary in shape, height and intensity. The exhibition "Let the wind blow!" is an invitation to participate in the process of interior design. The space of Polish design awaits the dynamics it will receive from its visitors. You can sit down, you can touch. You can add, move around, reorder, push, pull, and enjoy the effects.
Let the wind blow!