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LUDWIKA OGORZELEC - "Space Crystallization" sculptures and drawings

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LUDWIKA OGORZELEC - "Space Crystallization" sculptures and drawings

6, rue Sainte Anastase
75003 Paris
Ile-de-France
France
November 25th, 2010 - January 22nd, 2011
Opening: November 25th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Tuesday - Friday: 12-19h; Saturday: 13-20h
TAGS:  
space, sculpture, crystallization, equilibrium, polish installation

DESCRIPTION

LUDWIKA  OGORZELEC, sculptor of space

 Born in Chobienia (Poland).

Living and working in Paris from 1985.

1985-87          National Fine Arts School in Paris, France at Cesar Studio

1978-83          Fine Arts Academy in Wroclaw, Poland - Master degree in Sculpture Department, at Leon Podsiadly Studio

 

"I want my sculpture to be like a passing phenomenon springing out of the world of biology, machines and instruments.

From an understanding of sculpture as solid and heavy, viewed from the outside and ...made from lasting materials. I have left myself the line, expressing itself with the properties of its material, and the space which that line encloses.

The "Space crystallization"....is a system of lines intersecting one another with a certain order and modifying the previously determined space both physically and in its use.

In other words, it is a shattering of space into smaller components “crystals" whose purpose is to achieve a new aesthetic and psychological state that acts on the conscious and the subconscious mind of observer.

"The "Space crystallization" proposes active space having as a purpose the ability to touch our basic universal sensitivities and to reveal cultural stereotypes and the psychological baggage, personal behavior codes and habits." - Ludwika Ogorzelec

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