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Stäwog Magazin | Mar. 2019 | Portrait


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]In her work, she focuses on self-discovery and a playful approach, turning against pigeonhole thinking and children clocked by objectives. […][/ezcol_1half_end]

Laufpass Magazin | Nov. 2017 | On the way on the cultural axis


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]This new participation format is initially intended to reach those who have been left behind the furthest. […] This is implemented with people who live on the streets there. Among others with the art project “Smile” of the […] artist and winner of the Sparkassenstiftung Bogna Jaroslawski.[/ezcol_1half_end]

Nordsee Zeitung (Detail) | Sep. 2017 | For your eyes only


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]Following a concept by Bogna Jaroslawski […], an international crew in the Woodstock district worked together with the “Homies” there. Under the title “Smile”, a social sculpture was created that provides a new answer to the question of who owns art.[/ezcol_1half_end]

Der Tagesspiegel | Feb. 2016 | We are all Berliners


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]The group has […] completed intensive rehearsals and workshops. It was about racism and “that you can only break it down if you realize that you are full of it yourself. Some youths were stuck very deeply by this self-realisation.[/ezcol_1half_end]

Nordsee Zeitung | Sep. 2015 | Bamboo sticks as a memento


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]Although the artist caters to all the senses with this show, the academic expertise and stage design always influence the production of her works. The foundation of the creative work is emotional. […] The core of the current show is a social sculpture consisting of 365 pink-colored bamboo sticks, which […] were created in southern India.[/ezcol_1half_end]

Nordsee Zeitung | Sep. 2015 | Experience for all senses


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]The theme of the exhibition is the attempt to make India’s wealth of sensory input tangible through installations on a sensual level. Tasting, smelling, hearing, seeing and feeling take on an exaggerated meaning, encouraging the individual’s  perception in order to remind them how different experiences can be gathered.[/ezcol_1half_end]

Nordsee Zeitung | May 2015 | With Art to Together


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]Whats is intended is that the children don’t blindly interact, but that they first sharpen their perception. To behold the environment – to see the opposing perspectives. [/ezcol_1half_end]

The Hindu | Jan. 2015 | Pink Silence to counter violence against woman


[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]Bogna Jaroslawski, the artist of the group, says the Gulabi Gang offers some important lesson which show a strong image of women. Explaining the art installation Ms. Bogna says: Our installation has 365 sticks because violence is an everyday issue. While a stick can stand for violence, it can also stand for self-defense and thus empowerment.“[/ezcol_1half_end]

Outreach | Jan. 2015 | Pink Silence Pamphlet

Nordsee Zeitung | Jul. 2011 | Art and culture connect worlds

[ezcol_1half][/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]An environmental play developed by Bogna and Grażyna Jaroslawski for and with three-year-old children dealt with the environment and the highly visible environmental pollution in India. [/ezcol_1half_end]

Viduthalai News | Apr. 2011 | Culture in Performance