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BOBROWIEC FOR LIFE

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    RIP




    Grido, Il (1957).



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    63 YRS AFTER

    1,000 rifles
    1,700 pistols
    300 machine pistols
    60 submachine guns
    7 machine guns (medium or light, such as the MG 42)
    35 anti-tank guns and anti-tank rifles (including several PIATs)
    25,000 hand grenades (mainly of the 'stick' variety).


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    With the project Art Following the Trend? Artists' Voices. kanonmedia researches the role and positions of the contemporary artists in the society she/he feels belonging to. On the one hand, video interviews are an important module of this project, the other important part is a study focussing especially on the positioning of fine/experimental artists in the context of Creative Industries. The third module consists of a questionnaire on the theme like inserted below.

    We happily receive your contributions - please just fill in the questionnaire and send it back to us by replying on this email. We are also thankful if you would like to forward the questionnaire to other artists as we are hoping to be able to evaluate at least 100 questionnaires. The poll is anonymous, the email adress from where you reply to our email is kept in full confidence and in no way is included in the evaluation of the questionnaires. The results of the survey will be part of the study Art Following the Trend? Artists' Voices. and will be published online - visit: http://www.kanonmedia.com/portfolio/voices.htm.


    QUESTIONNAIRE ON ROLE OF THE CONTEMPORARY ARTIST IN SOCIETY


    Are you a) an individual artist or b) member of an art producing collective/initiative/organisation?




    In which field of art production are you active?





    What is important to you in your art production? What are you aspiring to/striving for in/with your art production?










    How would you define the chances and needs of art in the social society you live in? (check as many as apply, please describe details)

    Art comes from the need to produce art.
    Art comes from unsolicited/voluntary production.
    Art has always been a pioneer in society.
    Art produces added value/s for a society.
    Art is entertainment.
    Misc. (please describe)




    How would you define the quality of art production in the social society you live in? (check as many as apply, please describe details)

    The quality of art comes from the need to produce art.
    The qualitiy of art comes from talent.
    The quality of art comes from know-how.
    The quality of art comes from financial ressources.
    The quality of art is defined by the added value created for a society.
    Misc. (please describe)






    Do you perceive art production a) as a profession or b) as a vocation or c) would you define the artist in a different way? (check as many as apply)

    Profession
    Vocation
    Other (please describe)










    If you checked ?Vocation?, could you please describe more closely what you mean using this definition:










    In your opinion, which role does a contemporary artist have in the social society you live in?










    Which role would you define for yourself? As an artist, what would you define as your task/s?











    Which function/s would you ascribe to yourself as an artist in the society you live in?










    If you are part of an art producing collective/initiative/organisation, how would you define your role and function in the team?










    If you are not part of an art-producing collective/iniative/organisation: Do you often cooperate with other artists and persons involved in creative production?

    Yes
    No


    If yes, on which basis do these cooperations work in regard to content production and financial settings? Which forms of budget and work sharing do apply?










    Do you live from your art production as main occupation?

    Yes
    No

    Do you need other income than that coming from your art production to make a living?

    No
    Yes

    If yes, which kind of job/s are you holding?





    What is your contract for this/these jobs?

    Full-time employment as a worker
    Part-time employment as a worker
    Full-time employment as a clerk or similar
    Part-time employment as a clerk or similar
    Short-time employment
    Personal Service Contract (Freier Dienstnehmervertrag)
    Freelancer
    Licensed one-(wo)man business
    Licensed business ? other form of enterprise

    Which one of these jobs would you define as your main occupation or would you define your art production as your main occupation?





    In ten years, do you think that there will be an increase of private sponsorship for the arts in the country where you have your primary residence?

    Yes
    No


    According to your answer given, which effects and consequences can you imagine regarding this situation?










    In ten years, do you think that there will be a) an increase, b) a decrease or c) the same overall amount of public funding means for the arts in the country where you have your primary residence?

    Increase
    Decrease
    Same amount of public funding

    According to your answer given, which effects and consequences can you imagine regarding this situation?










    Are you female/male?

    Female
    Male

    How old are you?





    Approximately: What net income (after deduction of social fees and taxes) do you achieve per year?

    From 0.000,-- to 2.000,-- Euro
    From 2.000,-- to 4.000,-- Euro
    From 4.000,-- to 6.000,-- Euro
    From 6.000,-- to 8.000,-- Euro
    From 8.000,-- to 10.000,-- Euro
    From 10.000,-- to 12.000,-- Euro
    More than 12.000,-- Euro

    How many persons live in your household?





    How many persons in your household do earn money/generate income?

    1 person
    2 persons
    3 persons
    4 persons
    5 persons
    More than 5 persons

    Approximately: What is the monthly income of your household (after deduction of social fees and taxes, including social benefits such as unemployment benefit, dol-money or similar, child benefits, alimonies, pensions, housing/rent subsidy, etc.)

    From 0.000,-- to 1.000,-- Euro
    From 1.000,-- to 2.000,-- Euro
    From 2.000,-- to 3.000,-- Euro
    From 3.000,-- to 4.000,-- Euro
    More than 4.000,-- Euro

    Which ethnic background would you define mostly as the one you belong to?





    In which federal state is your primary residency?





    In which nation is your primary residency?

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    WITH YOU




    I did with you. You did with me. Everybody was there.



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    DISKO




    Say Hello.



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    ROCK






    Great Gitanes.



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    ROCK













































































    Great Gitanes. Great life. Thanks.



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    ROCK






    Last Gitanes.



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    SCROATIA






























    Welcome.



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    TRAINSPOSING



    The champion. His dog. And one day left.



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    TWO







    I am not.



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    LONG WAY






    Far from home.



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    POOL - SNOOKER




    Trip do Montenegro. Saturday.



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    MOORE GRAPH





    A graph which achieves the Moore bound. These are complete graphs, polygon graphs (regular graphs of degree 2) and three others: (nodes, degree, diameter) = (10,3,2), (50,7,2) and the possible but undiscovered (3250,57,2).

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    PARDUB





    Where is the money?

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    KARMA




    Sweet money makers. 0$ in my pocket.

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    LAST NIGHT IN DUBROVNIK





    Morning in Montenegro.

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    SYNCHRONIZE






    Olimpic games 2007.

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    24H




    We came. We gone.

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    ONE NIGHT. LAST NIGHT.




    Grrrllzzz and boyesss.

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    KOTOR




    Delicious.

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    POSTCARD



    Elo!!!

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    IAN POOLEY




































    God bye Kotor. Welcome to Croatia.

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    CAN WE PLS?




    Rendez vous?

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    SHORT ONE




    Red line - Me, Janek & my passport.

    Blue line - My passport.

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    TEACHER




    WBL - WorkBasedLearning.

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    CAT WALK



    Well, I would like to introduce. The perfect machine. The machine.

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    EACH

    Each one. Is a relationship. Even that you think. None is your friend.

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    SPEAK LOUD

    Hostility and Humor in a Post Post-Modern World
    August 7- September 1, 2007

    Maryland Art Place's upcoming exhibition, Antagonism, Hacks, and Hoaxes, features many of the area's most talented and outrageous artistic rabble-rousers. The twenty-two emerging artists and artist groups in the exhibition will exhibit avant-garde work that provides a humorously cynical take on contemporary consumerism and pop culture. Utilizing oppositional tactics, gimmicks, pranks, and absurdities, Antagonism, Hacks and Hoaxes gets to the unconventional core of conventional living.

    Featured artists in the exhibition include: Aghost, Lara Emerling, Evie Falci, Michael Farley, Erin Gleeson, Natalie Jenison, Brian Kaspr, Dina Kelberman, Andrew Laumann, Rob Loucks, New Jedi Order, Robby Rackleff & Blue Leader, Jimmy Joe Roche, Jeremy Rountree, Ray Roy, Richard Sawka, Alexandr Skarlinski, Spectacular Society Corporation, Christopher Tate, Vishwam Velandy, Wham City, and Damon Zucconi.

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    RICHARD MELTZER - DENNY LILE




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