WATCH ME WORK (PATRZ JAK SIę STARAM) 2022
INSTALLATION (7 CERAMIC OBJECTS, WOODEN TRUNK)
EXHIBITION VIEWS : TRAFOSTACJA SZCZECIN 2022
„Talking about gender inequality in football, is a Pandora’s box and bottomless pit at the same time. Dorota Walentynowicz offers us a set of several facts in the form of diagrams-ceramics, which show how explicit these disproportions are and how enormous the scale of male domination is. After all, what works better on our imagination than money?
Women’s football is the future, says Alessandro Bonipetri, son of the famous Giampiero Bonipetri of Italian Juventus. And this should be considered not only a wishful thinking, but also a quite possible scenario, because the development of this field has greatly accelerated, and female football still has an untapped commercial potential, which is certainly not without significance. At the same time, we must keep in mind an English expression show me the money, which means: how much money are you really willing to pay? While there is no shortage of declarations, including among the male football elite, things are somewhat different in reality, and not only in financial terms. Women are still in an aspirational position and the GPG (Gender Pay Gap) between men and women is relatively stable”
from the exhibition text for „First Place in the Table?” at Trafostacja Sztuki, 22.04- 24.07.2002