The artist placed a vase filled with his own used toothbrushes on the piano that stood in the exhibition space of the Polish Cultural Institute in Paris.
(Polski) Ulepiony ze śniegu i umieszczony w zamrażarce bałwan ma sześć mosiężnych guzików z wygrawerowanymi po grecku dwoma sentencjami z Rozmyślań Marka Aureliusza.
To see this installation by Dawicki its visitors had to sign a contract in which they swore to keep what they were about to see a complete secret or risk a lawsuit.
A cage of gargantuan dimensions built of bird cages, all of which are empty except for one, containing a dead sparrow.
The entire budget dedicated for the production of the artwork—10,000 Polish złoty—was arranged in hundred-złoty notes on a glass serving plate in a display window in the very center of Warsaw.
The piece centers around a photograph set upon a table, depicting a selection of drawings and sketches by Dawicki, along with his painting tools.
A painting with only a single dimension—length; a strap of canvas framed by a golden molded frame.
First attempt at realizing the piece ended in failure – smashing a hole in the wall of gallery Rotor in Graz proved impossible.
A series of photographs depicting obituaries of people with names almost identical to those of celebrities from the world of politics, entertainment and the arts.
Working for over two years as a graphic artist in one of Cracow’s advertising agencies, Dawicki had placed his microscopic self-portrait on posters, leaflets and folders commissioned by producers of heating equipment, medical and health products or heavy industry raw materials suppliers.