13.9 - 14.10 2017
Like A Sick Eagle dictates a meandering path through anachronistically arranged objects and photographs. Its narration diverges, switches or breaks up abruptly but, at the end, converges into optical illusions, disguised elements and distorted shifts in scale and content. The works collective presence in the space, amplifies the artists’ interests in architecture, proportions, materials and, most accurately, index another opportunity for experimentation.
Mateusz Choróbski develops narration in relation to the specificity of architecture by either emphasizing or transforming particular existing elements. His objects focus on erasures, interruptions and diversity. Choróbski’s current works rhyme with the setting of generic corporate office design – it derives its shape from the traditional raster lamps with intense conversions – and regular stained glass windows, which become rigorously modified.
Anna Orłowska, with moderation and compliance, offers through photography a discontinuous search for architectural figures with strong and substantial ability to organize and arrange. She uses architectural structures to cooly analyse the logic of the given space. Orłowska formulates the narrative around the resonant relations created between the space and its functionality – she restores its dynamism, complexity and distortions inscribed in its history.