Railway Tracks – It’s Capital, Too

During the 16th edition of SURVIVAL, Professor Andrzej-Klimczak Dobrzaniecki presented a conceptual work – a letter addressed to the organisers of the Review describing the idea and production of a monument that would commemorate the fact that building materials (including Gothic bricks, Baroque masonry and sculptural detail from historical tenements that were being torn down) were transported from Wrocław to Warsaw to rebuild the Polish capital.


photo: Małgorzata Kujda