Vernissage 14. September 19 Uhr
Reflecting on the relationship with the objects that are constantly overlooked in everyday life is the main focus of my exhibition. Most of the objects that surround us support daily human activity, however, they are rarely subjected to reflection. I pay attention to objects that have gone out of circulation. I look for the reality of things. Understanding how these objects exist allows us to learn more about ourselves. They remain with us in a symbiotic connection rather than hierarchical relationship.
In everyday life, we tend not to notice common objects, but still use them practically and efficiently. Often without reflection, things serve us in our daily lives. Nowadays, we regularly replace objects with newer things with a short life span. In my artworks, I look for discarded objects that are about to be disposed of. Artifacts that bring to my mind archeological works. I excavate things that have ceased to be of interest to most.
BIO EWELINA MAKOSA
Born in 1986 in Warsaw, Poland. Visual artist, based in Warsaw.
In 2019 did her PhD at the University of Arts in Poznan, Poland in the faculty of Media Art under the supervision of professor Leon Tarasewicz. Between year 2012-2016 was a PhD student of Paiting Studio Faculty of prof. Leon Tarasewicz at the Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw.
In 2012 graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw with a Master’s Degree in Interior Architecture. In 2009 studied for a half a year at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, Italy. She took part in solo and group exhibitions in Berlin, Milan and Warsaw. She express herself in visual arts such as: painting, photography, video and installation.