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Dark Komedy: Polish Identity & Art

I’m a bleeding optimist. I can’t be any other way. James Baldwin said, “I can’t be a pessimist because pessimism implies humanity is an academic value”, and my art harkens to that. Both my parents—being immigrants—traded their desires for my own. Despite days of poverty and inevitable moments of regret, they persevered. My father would
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O.S.T.R. And Hip Hop’s Pit Stop in Poland

ip Hop’s culture has been adopted globally. Without strict regulations in terms of tradition or initiation, the genre’s culture has passed borders with ease. Born out of a need to give voice to those silenced by society, it has fostered an inherent acceptance to likeminded people. It’s this quality that’s allowed for the participation of other
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