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Wojciech Gilewicz, Talk and Screening
Curated by: Boshko Boskovic
360 Court Street
Brooklyn, New York 11231
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June 13th, 2012 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
 
Bat Yam, Wojciech GilewiczWojciech Gilewicz, Bat Yam,
2009, video, video still
© Wojciech Gilewicz
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Residency Unlimited is pleased to invite you to a screening of video works realized between 2007-2011 by the Polish American artist Wojciech Gilewicz followed by a Q & A moderated by RU's Program Director Boshko Boskovic.

Videos include: “ Visitor“, “Intrude “, “Painter’s Painting “, “ I live My Life In Art” (realized in Korea, China,Taiwan and Japan) as well as “Ivano-Frankivsk” shot in Ukraine, “Revitalisations” in Poland and “In Practice” in the US; will also be shown “Residency Unlimited”  from 2012, “Bat Yam” and “Shangahi” (realized in the US, Israel and China) that were recently featured at Gilewicz's solo show Residency Unlimited at Flux Factory in New York.

This screening will introduce Gilewicz’s upcoming “Intrude” exhibition, a solo show of videos realized in Asia over the last four years that opens in August 2012 at the Manggha Museum of Japanese Culture and Technology in Krakow, Poland (through September 2012).

 

Wojciech Gilewicz’s practice reflects on the mechanisms and cultural determinants governing our perception of the surrounding reality. As a video artist, each frame registered by his camera becomes a sort of a painting, fluidly registering the adjoining social relations and taking place ‘outside’ of the artist’s actions. Gilewicz often actively collaborates with the viewer, whom he involves in his projects and takes on board issues related to the role of painting in today’s world, and the status of the artist in the context of the institution and of the art system in general.

Wojciech Gilewicz (b. 1974) lives and works between Warsaw and New York. He works with painting, video, photography and installations. His practice extends to site-specific projects as well as performative actions. In 2009 the Centre of Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw published Them – an artistic album of Wojciech Gilewicz’s series of photographic double self-portraits from 2002 onwards and which continues to date. His video “Bat Yam” realized in Israel can be seen in NURTUREart in New York in the framework of VIDEOROVER: Season 4 through December, 14th 2012.

Gilewicz has exhibited at institutions including Foksal Gallery, Warsaw; SculptureCenter, New York; Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis; Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz; Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; The National Museum in Warsaw; Fondation Deutsch de la Meurthe, Paris; Zacheta – National Gallery of Art, Warsaw; Pianissimo, Milan; Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai; castillo/corrales, Paris; CCA Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw; Museums of Bat Yam;  ISCP Gallery, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Ivano-Frankivsk; FRAC Limousin, Limoges; Real Art Ways, Hartford; National Museum of Contemporary Art / Changdong Art Studio, Seoul and Aspen Art Museum. His video works have been screened in venues such as Centre Pompidou, Paris; Reina Sophia National Museum, Madrid; HKW, Berlin, Foksal Gallery, Warsaw and Palais de Tokyo, Paris www.gilewicz.net

 

You might also want to see an educational film on painting (2011) based on Gilewicz’s practice: vimeo.com/33166757and watch his video for “In Practice” series (2009) at SculptureCenter, New York: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZe1upmJIkw  as well as read recent Art Pulse article by Marco Antonini: artpulsemagazine.com/brushstrokes-reflections-on-wojciech-gilewiczs-recent-work.


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