Born in 1943 in Warsaw, Poland, Krzysztof Wodiczko lives and works in New York City and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Krzysztof is an internationally renowned artist known for large-scale projections on monuments and institutional city facades that explore the relationships between communities, history, and public space. He has executed over eighty site-specific projections on public buildings and monuments in more than forty cities worldwide, including: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Krakow’s City Hall Tower, Poland; Boston’s Bunker Hill Monument, Massachusetts; Hiroshima’s A-Bomb Dome, Japan; El Centro Cultural de Tijuana, Mexico; Kunstmuseum Basel, Switzerland; Signum Foundation, Poland; Wroclaw’s Hill of the Partisans, Poland; and New York City’s statue of Abraham Lincoln in Union Square, New York, among many more.
Krzysztof’s preliminary site-visit occurred on May 28–June 3, 2018.
Krzysztof’s visit to the Philippines including touring various landmarks in Manila and Bataan, including the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Mt. Samat, Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, and Bataan World War II Museum, among others. Before he departed, Krzysztof gave a public talk at Ateneo de Manila University on June 1, 2018.
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