A panel of researchers, translators and popularizers of the works of Witold Gombrowicz will attempt to answer the question of how Gombrowicz, the “eternal émigré,” might have felt at the various locations in Europe and America that were so important to him: Małoszyce, Warsaw and Wsola; Buenos Aires and Tandil; Berlin; Paris, Royaumont and Vence – places to which he was led by fate and his own choices. Which points on the geographical and emotional map of his life’s journey seem key and why? What he did like about them, and what could he not stand? How did he create his place in them? What did he try to change about them?