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Szymon Szewczyk

Warsaw Gallery Weekend 2020
Galeria Szara at Biennale Warszawa

Human environment is exposed to the impact of numerous forces – economic, social, and physical. The recurring cycle of creation and destruction leaves behind traces of geometric structures and advertisement frames.

The objects forming this installation represent change and uncertainty, they are monuments which resist the discipline of progress. They show the moment of transition, the state of limbo and temporariness. They are discoveries of modern archaeology, whose meaning is lost in time, just like instructions found on an alien ship, covered with layers of dust after the years. The remnants of shapes reveal outlines of letters and dynamic forms – former logotypes, sparkling with energy, movements, pleasure, and future.

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