Patterned detail of wall fresco in Poland
Karolina Lebek and Susannah Stark perform a live audio-visual set expanding around the exhibition themes of migration, displacement and assimilation.

Closing Reception of Watra by Karolina Lebek

Patterned detail of wall fresco in Poland
Storefront is delighted to invite you to the Closing reception for Watra by Luton based Polish artist Karolina Lebek.

Saturday 24 March, 7pm

Storefront is delighted to invite you to the Closing reception for Watra by Luton based Polish artist Karolina Lebek.

Lebek’s exhibition Watra investigates themes of migration, displacement and assimilation informed by experiences of the Lemko community. The Lemko community is an ethnic minority that was forcibly removed from their ancestral homeland in the Carpathian Mountains through a series of violent deportations, culminating in Operation Vistula in 1947.

As part of their ongoing collaborative practice Karolina Lebek and Glasgow-based Scottish artist Susannah Stark will perform a live audio-visual set expanding on the themes of the exhibition on Saturday 24 March at 7pm.

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Location:

64 Bute Street,
Luton,
LU1 2EY

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