Elephant's Tail Bookmakery (now LIBERATORIUM)
Born in 1955. Studied at the Technical University
in Cracow, Faculty of Architecture.
Musician, translator, writer. In 1993 started
his own small press Elephant’s Tail Bookmakery.
Wrote more than a dozen books and made altogether
almost 300 copies of them. Took part in numerous
artist’s and normal book exhibitions, fairs
and festivals; since 1995 has taken part in the
Contemporary Polish Book Art shows. His works
are in (among others) National Library in Warsaw,
Stanford University Library, The British Library,
New York Public Library, Wexford Art Centre.
A man is walking along the street. It’s
the main street in the town he does not know at
all, where he has stopped accidentally and has
to spend a few hours. He is not in a hurry, so
he’s walking slowly looking around, listening,
letting thoughts to flow across his head. He stops
from time to time and then goes on walking flapping
and clacking ..... walking along the street-sentence
..... He’s reading it. He’s writing
it. He himself is a letter .....