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CCA Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw  Poland,  2018

One day, Arie and Vincent, two guys from Indonesia, were hanging out together after cooking. Instead of engaging in late-night ghost stories in the kitchen's castle in Warsaw, they decided to form a band. Wanting to be unique, they named the band "Społem," which was inspired by a consumers' co-operative of Polish local grocery stores established in 1868. Their friend Kris Lukomski helped record a video of their performance at an exhibition-meeting venue located at the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art. This exhibition brought together collaborative actions from the visual and performing arts, showcasing works by artists from Ursus, Wrocław, Amazonia, a village in West Java, and the outskirts of New Orleans. The two songs performed by Społem were a response to the works presented by their friends at the exhibition. The story of Społem and their musical journey will continue to unfold...

Music collaboration with AlGhorrie (Jatiwangi Art Factory)


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