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08 - 28/06/2015

Photo: Bartosz Dziamski
GalleryPhoto: Bartosz Dziamski

Olga Tokarczuk, Małgorzata Łukasiewicz, Mirosław Bałka, Andrzej Chyra, Jacek Dehnel, Artur Domosławski, Łukasz Orbitowski, Wojciech Orliński, Ziemowit Szczerek and Michał Zygmunt are only some of the guests of this year’s Malta Forum, that is the discussion which provides context to the presented artistic projects. Every day until Saturday we will encounter writers, literature scholars, sociologists, journalists and, of course, Malta’s artists at Wolności Square. The program is prepared jointly by Instytut Książki (The Book Institute) and Program III Polskiego Radia (Polish Radio Three) as part of the National Readership Support Programme.

How will our country change in the upcoming 35 years? Will cities turn into anonymous dormitories? Will we cease to be a homogenous nation? Will the Europe we know break into pieces and age? And how will the world change? Will the United States still be the hegemonic leader? What about China, Russia and South America? Already tomorrow, on 23 June at 18.00 at Wolności Square, the first of the series of three meetings Poland. Europe. Year 2050 will be held. Szymon Kłoska and Michał Nogaś will host Ziemowit Szczerek – the winner of the Paszport “Polityki” award in the category Literature, author of such books as Przyjdzie Mordor i nas zje, czyli tajna historia Słowian, Rzeczpospolita zwycięska, Siódemka.

On Friday, 26 June we will speak about the literature of the future and the future in literature, while the meeting on Saturday, 27 June will be an opportunity to take part in a discussion with the creators of the opera The Magic Mountain

Admission to all of the meetings is free!