Dawid Radziszewski

Joanna Piotrowska

Allow your facial features to soften
Relax the throat and inside the throat
Feel the joint of the jaw relaxing and let the lips part a little
Let the tongue drop down to the floor of the mouth and broaden
Release the side walls of the mouth and the roof of the mouth, think of it as the floor of the brain
Relax the ears and inside the ears
Relax the eyelids
Relax the eyes and behind the eyes, deep into the cone of the eye socket
Soften around the corners of the eyes, the corners of the nose and the corners of the mouth
Soften the eyebrows and the space between the eyebrows
Soften the forehead
Relax, still the mind
Relax, still the thoughts
Don’t spend any energy blocking or focusing
Let your ideas flow
Because certain things mask other things and its better right now to have no concentration

text: Joanna Piotrowska and Nefeli Skarmea

Joanna Piotrowska, b. 1985. She graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow and Royal College of Art in London. In 2014 MACK Books published her first book “FROWST“. She took part in many exhibitions, among others: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, (London, 2013), What Love Got to Do with It, Hayward Gallery Project Space (London, 2014), Family Politics, Jerwood Space, (London, 2015) and Kraków Photomonth 2015. She lives and works in London.