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Opening Hours

Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm


Art Agenda Nova
Batorego 2, Krakow


Magdalena Lazar


Lay down comfortably and close your eyes. Relax. Imagine that you’re in an infinite space and your body is drifting weightlessly around the celestial body. You feel an itch in the tips of your toes, a slight attraction, a barely noticeable movement of the stars. Your body becomes one of them. You rock back and forth, back and forth. You inhale and exhale in the rhythm of this movement. You allow yourself to be engulfed by the soft light. It is warm and good. A cosmic landscape extends around you. You reach out with your hand and touch a silver globe, you feel its irregular structure. Then you come back. You fold your hands into fists, you stretch your arms and open your eyes. [curator: Katarzyna Mierzwińska]

The architecture of time or cocktail of light for synchronization of biological clocks.
Living in an urbanized environment with limited access to sunlight affects the disregulation of biological clocks within the body. That leads to multiple health disorders from depression, problems with concentration, memory, through the decline of immunity to metabolic diseases. Research on the lighting of spacecraft and non-planetary bases inspires the use of solar light simulators in offices, hospitals or isolated supermarket halls. The light is the most powerful synchroniser of our clocks. The presented prototype of lighting has been designed in the European Space Agency and in particular it is supposed to influence the increase of serotonin levels in the brain and stimulate sensitivity to the outside world – opening to it. All this to live in harmony with the evolutionary adaptation of our bodies to the time of day and night determined by sunlight. Check if this cocktail works for you by submitting yourself to a 15-minute exposure. [dr Agata Kołodziejczyk]

We wanted to thank:
dr Agata Kołodziejczyk for a light coctail
Daniel Maciejewski for the construction of the lamp
Róża Janusz / MakeGrow for the curtain made from bacteria colonies
Wawrzyniec Woźniak for metalwork
Alexandra Drewchin / Eartheater for sound
Alchemia Club for lambics