sierotki zdjecie zbiorowe

Untitled, 2014, cast iron, chairs, 74 x 94 x 67 cm


Untitled, 2014, cast iron, chairs, 84 × 66 × 48 cm


Untitled, 2009, cast iron, chair, 90 x 60 x 40 cm


Untitled, 2009, cast iron, chair, 90 x 60 x 40 cm


Untitled, 2009, cast iron, cabinet (wood, glass, lighting), 210 x 90 x 130 cm


Untitled, 2009, cast iron, cabinet (wood, glass, lighting), 210 x 90 x 130 cm


Untitled, 2009, cast iron, cabinet (wood, glass, lighting), 210 x 90 x 130 cm

Olaf Brzeski
Little Orphans

2009-2014

For his Little Orphans series, Brzeski puts industrial-grade materials through a process of anthropomorphosis, which in art are associated, rather, with the formal lexicon of Minimal Art. Slabs of steel streaming off the chairs show the material in a phase of organic transformation. In these works, which bring together ready materials - chairs - with fastidious studies of sculptural form, Brzeski plays with the basic properties of matter and its perception through balance, weight, durability. The "orphans" of the title - abstract works of art - take on an uncanny animism, lightness and grace by way of the alchemist's tricks.