Community Standards is an ongoing project which has developed from an old presentation prepared for the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Much less academic in its form now it mainly focuses on the state of art in social media, communication between artists, artworks, audience and administrators of social networking websites, advantages and limitations resulting from promotion of art in social media and the meaning of life, obviously. (Mostly based on the example of Facebook.)
This project would be shown in a form of a presentation followed by a discussion with audience (Author realizes her own knowledge is limited and sees it rather as an opportunity to develop and engage in a – hopefully – meaningful discussion).
Zoe Stawska [PL]
A artist from a God forbidden country in Eastern Europe. Specializes in glitch art, sort of. But not really. A pretty chill person overall. In her sacrilegious art she often combines catholic symbols and nudity. Often gets banned from social media websites. She likes to pretend it doesn’t bother her. Lack of any real achievements, growing anxiety and overwhelming desperation only prove she’s on her way to a spectacular artistic failure. She’s an art school dropout, which means she hasn’t finished her artistic education (and barely even started actually). Thus all her knowledge is mostly based on own experiences and observations. You have been warned.