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Project Description:

The educational and social project "What's up" is inspired by Tomaso Bingo's work "I Write You Only on Sunday". The project involves participants filling out a form on the website for 52 weeks. The form consists of two parts:

Question about a Friend: The first field of the form is a place for a question about how our friend is doing. The participant chooses one person they are curious about. It is important to know this person well enough to know what is happening with them and to be able to ask the right question. Questions must not be repeated; each week brings new challenges. It should be remembered that these letters will never reach the friend - it is a time for self-reflection.

Week Summary: The second field of the form is a place for a one-sentence summary of the participant's week. The participant describes what happened to them, what they felt, and why they felt that way.

The aim of the initiative is to express the deepest thoughts and feelings in an intimate and personal way. You can join the project at any time because it is a project that allows you to get to know yourself and deeply understand your friend. It is a moment for reflection, a deeper insight into the source of oneself.

Project Goal:

The project aims to release in participants the need to sincerely share their feelings and build deeper relationships through regular, albeit brief, exchanges of thoughts. It is an exercise in introspection and empathy, where on the one hand we focus on ourselves, and on the other hand we show interest in the lives of others. It encourages taking a moment once a week to think about our lives and relationships with others. It prompts reflection on whether we can communicate, whether we are curious about the other person, and whether we understand our emotions and ourselves. It allows for a better understanding of why we act in certain ways and what is really happening in our lives.


The project is open to any adult*, regardless of age, place of residence, or language. We invite everyone to participate in workshops on empathy and curiosity to better understand ourselves and others, emphasizing the importance of communication and getting to know each other. Each participant joins the project voluntarily and accepts its rules.


The project is organized by the Jesteś Wszystko Contemporary Artist Cooperative Foundation, which is an open space for self-expression, a place where we improve in being ourselves. We invite everyone regardless of age, regardless of whether they feel like artists or not, all those who want to express themselves artistically in some way through any form of art. We invite everyone to explore themselves.

    minors can only participate in the project with the consent of parents or legal guardians.

Rules of the "What's Up" Project
§1 General Provisions

These rules (hereinafter referred to as the "Rules") define the terms of participation in the artistic project "What's Up" (hereinafter referred to as the "Project") organized by the Foundation Jesteś Wszystko Contemporary Artist Cooperative (hereinafter referred to as the "Organizer").
The Project is implemented in the form of an online platform where Participants fill out forms for 52 weeks.
The aim of the Project is to encourage Participants to share their feelings honestly and to build deeper relationships through regular, though brief, exchanges of thoughts.

§2 Participation in the Project

Any adult person can participate in the Project, regardless of place of residence or language.
Participation in the Project is voluntary and free of charge.
Applying for participation in the Project is equivalent to accepting these Rules and granting the Organizer a free, perpetual, and territorially unlimited license to use the content submitted in the forms for purposes related to the implementation of the Project.

§3 Forms

The forms consist of two parts:
a) Friend's Question: The Participant chooses one person they are curious about and asks them a question. Questions cannot be repeated.
b) Weekly Summary: The Participant describes what happened to them, what they felt, and why they felt that way.
The forms are filled out once a week for 52 weeks.

§4 Copyright

The Participant declares that:
o The works constituting their contribution to the Project are the result of their original creativity and were developed without violating the copyright of third parties.
o The copyrights to these works are not restricted.
o Hereby transfers to the Foundation Jesteś wszystko Contemporary Artists’ Cooperative:
 The right to dispose of the works/creations in terms of distribution according to the purpose of the work, including derivative rights, in particular, the free use of all the Foundation's activities with this work in all fields of exploitation known at the time of signing this statement, including:
 reproduction of works/creations;
 recording on any medium;
 introducing the film with the Foundation's activities into circulation;
 displaying;
 rental and lease;
 broadcasting via terrestrial, satellite, and cable television stations, as well as simultaneous and integral retransmissions of television broadcasts;
 introduction into computer memory.
 These provisions do not limit the author's rights to publish and distribute the work as such.
 I agree to transfer to the Foundation Jesteś wszystko Contemporary Artists’ Cooperative the right to use the work or its parts (including individual parts) for promotional and advertising purposes by the Foundation, in any media and in all fields of exploitation known at the time of writing this statement, without territorial and time restrictions, without the need for payment.
 The Foundation Jesteś wszystko Contemporary Artists’ Cooperative has the right to use the work free of charge to present the Foundation's achievements at festivals and competitions and for other presentations of this type, and in the event of winning an award or recognition for the production to promote the awarded or recognized work/creation in the manner proposed by the festival or competition organizers.
 The Foundation Jesteś wszystko Contemporary Artists’ Cooperative has the right to any use of the written work's versions and fragments in promotional and advertising materials.
The Organizer has the right to use the submitted content.

§5 Personal Data Protection

The Organizer processes Participants' personal data in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), hereinafter referred to as "GDPR".
The administrator of the Participants' personal data is the Organizer.
Participants' personal data are processed for the purpose of implementing the Project, in particular:
a) To identify Participants;
b) To contact Participants;
c) For analytical and research purposes.
Participants have the right to access their personal data, rectify it, delete it, or restrict processing, as well as the right to data portability and to object to its processing.
Participants can exercise the above rights by contacting the Organizer at the email address:

§6 Final Provisions

The Organizer reserves the right to amend these Rules.
Any disputes related to the implementation of the Project will be resolved amicably. In the event of no agreement, disputes will be resolved by the court competent for the Organizer's registered office.

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