Monumental sculpture of a wanderer made of steel pipes and rods is a story of a great journey, a dream and a riddle of the future created by Olaf Brzeski.
The sculpture shows a state of suspension, half existence, half non-existence. This unusually difficult maneuver of the mind, in which you have to cope with the transition from one state of being into the next
The artist shows an illustration of the dopamine flood of our mesolimbic system in the form of a still life.
As in Brzeski’s earlier works, also here the sculpture is strongly related to the drawing. The artist uses stains and lines, and what is figurative intertwines with abstract forms.
The set of in-glaze painted and triple-fired ceramic plates bears a Latin title: Post Tenebras Lux, which mean “after darkness comes the light”.
This unique object of painted black steel, attached to the ceiling, evokes a certain state of mind of the artist.
Dorota is a monumental portrait of a short woman – her 280 cm heigh body is prenaturally large and overscaled, yet surprisingly flimsy.
A study of potentiality – pure, raw, sculptural mass, but at the same time also a play on the weight of the art and its forms of exhibition.