With Activities with the AK Kinga Plaque, KwieKulik developed a relational interaction on a hackwork commissioned piece for the first time. While carving in the sandstone slab the inscription in honor of the murdered National Army Soldiers, they documented the material-spatial Activities they were performing on the plaque using different objects such as mandarins, onions, plaster heads made by their artist-friend Wojciechowski, letters cut out of black paper, a red scarf, their piece Unknown X, and even their son Dobromierz. The stone plaque (together with the inscription) therefore started to shift in meaning. The commemorative plate (and inscription) turned into a prop, an ‘element’ embedded into a different chain of references.
Quoted from: Łukasz Ronduda, Georg Schollhamer (ed.), KwieKulik, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2013, p. 171