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Where Is the Entry?

C-print presents a video-based exhibition with the work of Polish interdisciplinary artist Karol Radziszewski, in a collaboration with Mossutställningar. The exhibition presents a number of voyeurist-themed video works by Karol Radziszewski, alluding to the notion of man as object of desire, screened inside a vitrine display housed by Mossutställningar, in the metro station Gärdet in Stockholm, on public view for all and passerby through April 1.

[Where is the entry?] I run my fingers down along his arm, through his hair and on to his chest. It's anyone's guess what he is really thinking. Can his mind even begin to be undressed? He whispers "ok", to conclude the course of action. What's next is his back out of the bed, his towering self waltzing through the doorpost, until he is no longer seen.

[SAVE THE DATE]: Thursday March 15 [6-7 pm] Public reception and viewing in the metro stop Gärdet (Exit Värtavägen)

[7.15 - 8.15 pm] Artist talk with Karol Radziszewski at Mossutställningar (5 minutes walk from the metro) Entrance: Hangövägen 18

Thanks to everyone who helped out for their generous participation and contribution; Henrik Schmidt, Stella D'Ailly, Corina Wahlin, Christofer Näsholm, Niklas Alriksson and Kasia Syty.

Karol Radziszewski (b. 1980) lives and works in Warsaw (Poland) where he received his MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2004. He works with film, photography, installations and creates interdisciplinary projects. His archive-based methodology, crosses multiple cultural, historical, religious, social and gender references. Since 2005 he is publisher and editor-in-chief of DIK Fagazine. Founder of the Queer Archives Institute. His work has been presented in institutions such as the National Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; New Museum, New York; VideoBrasil, Sao Paulo; Cobra Museum, Amsterdam; Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow and Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz. He has participated in several international biennales including PERFORMA 13, New York; 7th Göteborg Biennial; 4th Prague Biennial and 15th WRO Media Art Biennale.

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