61 x 91 cm
Contemporary noise is a composition about the search for headspace and silence in the middle of the action, in crowded offices that misleadingly advocates tranquil lifestyle but demands the stressful amounts of delivery and progress. It speaks about the duality of being a part of hectic society and seeking to escape from advertisement overload, visual and information flood, insuppressible consumerism promotion and constant connectivity and hopefully raises a question „Is it possible to discover absolute tranquility in the chaotic visual noise?“
CLICHÉ. BODY: GIVE / TAKE / TOUCH
The composition ‘cliché. body.’ is consisted of three parts: “give”, “take” and “touch”. First two are series of prints the third one is a video project and all three of them represent the same statement - a use of a physical body as a cliché* to create an image on the surface. Also taking in consideration the modern use of a word cliché. This art composition was completed during a two year period and besides being a form of an artistic expression it was an important process to accept my inner femininity and a worth of it. Subtle, fragile and abstract first impression uncovers the figure of a naked body. This action of uncovering myself from style and image created with clothing was also an action of acceptance in a symbolic form of an open self representation.
CLICHÉ. BODY: TAKE
200 x 100 cm
A negative of a print, made by taking the paint with the body from the printable surface and printing the created image on paper.
CLICHÉ. BODY: GIVE
95 x 95 cm
A positive print of a body made by applying the paint directly to the surface of the body and physically pressing it multiple times onto the paper.
CLICHÉ. BODY: TOUCH
A video created in stop motion principle using a scans of a body as an every frame, applying the slow movement while making an every scan, it was made around twoo thousand scans to make a final video.
100 x 70 cm (series of 3 pieces)
Purification is an outcome of a try to deny a creative path of a try, fail, repeat in order to get the image formed in my head out onto the paper. It’s a result of a bold attempt to eliminate a timeline perspective in a process by going straight to the point, by printing layers over and over again until they melted into an unsatisfying mess. Full despite and rage with an unsatisfied expectation I ended up washing it all out. Ironically the element that I was trying to eliminate made it all matter as after a few years I rediscovered these images in a new light and kept it as a perpetuation of a great passion.