“At the exhibition of Michał Slezkin you can feel like Gulliver in the Land of Liliput. After the ship crash, you arrive ashore with the last of your strength, and on the beach, another surprise awaits you – an army of tiny people treat your body like a whale thrown ashore. Except it’s not Liliput, it’s a little bit. And not the beach, but the table, which occupies the central place in the gallery BWA, BWA in Zielona Góra, Zielona Góra in Poland. Several hundred small characters inhabit different lands of this table. They don’t pay the slightest attention to you. They froze in motion, but maybe – if you look away – everything will come alive.”
Fińczycy i Chinowie by Karol Sienkiewicz / Dwutygodnik