A mask which, once put on, makes its owner thoughtless, insensitive and stupid, which puts all grave matters aside and allows for an escape from one’s beliefs, expectations or ideas.
Crumbs are a sculptural microcosmos, a miniature sculpture garden, and at the same time a page from an obsessive diary that notes only the tiny details of our life and surroundings.
Lying loosely on the gallery floor, the paper shapes forming an outline of Poland open up letting some fresh air in.
The works from the Homeless Shakedown series bear an exceptional selfreflexive tone.
A monolithic slanting figure, covered with corrugated cardboard with shapes of rooftops cut from below – an unusual interpretation of a most usual weather phenomenon, in a meticulous, bookbinder-like, manner.
A three-dimensional puzzle telling the story of a long-distance acquaintance. The blue and red elements are models of homes, while the gray is the air that surrounds them. In reality the two buildings are separated by the distance of thousands of miles, one being a block of flats in Warsaw, the other a tenement house in New York. They are separated by volumes of air, […]
The piece was prepared for the exhibition “Manipulations: on economies of deceit” (curated by Adam Budak) and is a spatial visualization of an abstract bar chart such as those often encountered in the financial columns of contemporary newspapers.
Refined multi-level project concerned with the visionariness of art, its illusions and material dimension.