Together, we created temporarily another system of gender tolerance and interspecies respect with art, theories, activism, music, self-organization, reinterpretation and positive manipulation, with commitment, love and without money. "Together, we can create temporarily another system" (later continued as "In a Displaced Gallery") was a project of art events with theoretical and empirical insights, and with a certain ethical identity (or ethical design) that I createvely curated between 2010 and 2011. People and institutions who participated and/or helped to make it all happen in 2010 are: Agata Nowosielska, Wikas, Fikcja Café, drag queen Dancing Flame, KPH 3miasto, Kulturalny Obraz, Judith "Jack" Halberstam, Alina Żemojdzin, Joanna Krupicka, Tomasz Nowicki, Wanda Swajda, Zosia Turniak, GARS, New Synagogue in Gdańsk Wrzeszcz and many others (like for example that small print shop from Gdańsk Wrzeszcz that helped us spontaneously with the second event poster, etc.), and of course the public that attended our events so courageously. It all ended abruptly after two editions: "A Blonde Dolly and a Black Sheep" and "A Carcass?". But after a few months off it came back in a slightly different form - on one hand as "High Life Low Fidelity", which became a completely different story (cf. highlifelowfidelity.tumblr.com), and, on the other, as "In a Displaced Gallery" in which participated Natala Grzebała, Tatiana Kamieniecka, a group of kind volunteers and I. The last event wouldn't be possible without the help of the festival Streetwaves, the organizers, everyone who worked there back in 2011 and everyone who came to see and eventually joined our flash-mob-like happening, performance, action we did that day.
Michel Ducerveau (a.k.a. #ÖskourDusêrvo)