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Marta Pokojowczyk
Untitled, Canvas 3D - Contemporary Space Object, Woven Sculptural Artwork

2016

$1,993.75

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Canvas 3D Untitled 2016 Linen yarn, stainless steel hanger; size of the textile: 150 x 72 cm (144 cm circuit). Canvases 3D are decorative fabrics entirely designed and created on a weaving loom. They appear as single decorative forms (wallhangins) as well as, they can create larger compositions. Thanks to spatial constructions fabrics fully enhance their structure. Textiles are constructed on a loom by using a painting technique of glazing – an application of transparent or semi-transparent layers on each other. A study on the theory of colours is an important stage in the design of these fabrics. The innovation consists in assembling the work using a specially designed spatial wall hanger made of stainless steel. This arrangement highlights the three-dimensional values ​​of the fabric, allowing it to move freely at a certain distance from the wall. Canvases 3D might be also exposed on standing unique aluminium constructions which allow to present the work independently, as an object in the architectural space. Visible on the additional photo. The size of the construction is 200 x 42 x 37 cm. Geometric shape and silver colour of aluminium is juxtaposed with the semi - transparent, irregular, haptic features of woven linen forms. The price on the standing stand will be a little higher and the shipping price will also be more expensive. Marta Pokojowczyk's inspiration for the production of fabrics is the color perspective in nature and the horizon line - the limit of the apparent contact between the sky and the surface of the earth. Marta Pokojowczyk born in 1985 in Wrocław, Poland, graduated Art History at the University of Wroclaw and Painting at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Art and Design in Wroclaw. In 2014/2015 attended a transboundary program Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs in 'Helena Loermans Handwoven Textiles’ Atelier in Odemira, Portugal. Entering the discipline of weaving is the crucial point in artist’s practice which let the author to deepen the issue of the canvas as a groundwork (basis for painting). Designing 3-dimensional textile objects which interweave fine and applied arts is a transposition of the artpiece from a sphere of a pure view directly into the human environment. In 2017 Marta set up Interweave Studio - Atelier where art interlaces with craft and humanities. She is artistically connected with Wroclaw, Suprasl (Podlaskie Voivodeship) and Odemira. Scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland (2019). Exhibitions and Awards: 2021 Towards Spaces (individual exhibition), Libra Auction House, Warsaw 2020 The Offensive of the Weaves, Weaving Festival (group exhibition), PIK Bialystok, Poland 2020 Weaving 3D (individual exhibition), PIK Bialystok 2019 Venice Design Week (group exhibition), Art Studio Larkina, Venice, Italy 2019 Humanism of fabrics (individual exhibition), Gdynia Design Days, Gdynia, Poland 2019 Halftone (individual exhibition), Pracownia Duży Pokój, Warsaw, Poland 2018 awarded in Biennale Tkan Art, Center of Art and Culture, Skierniewice, Poland 2018 EUNIQUE - fair for design unique objects, Karlsruhe, Germany 2017 The First Layer, exhibition of the project 'Handwoven Canvas', Centro Cultural Emmerico Nunes, Sines, Portugal 2017 Designer's Open Festival (19th—22nd of October), Leipzig, Germany 2016 What has happened since El Greco came to Odemira?, presentation of mantelillo veneziano canvases and interferences in Helena Loermans Handwoven Textiles Atelier, symposium Ignorância & Esquecimento, Odemira, Portugal 2016 Wroclove Design Festival (18th—22nd of May), Aleja Bielany, Wroclaw, Poland 2015 Stories of Canvas Weavers (individual exhibition), Agora Cultural Center, Wroclaw 2013 Timeless (individual exhibition), Galeria na Psiaku, Wroclaw 2013 The Possibility of an Island (individual diploma exhibition), Studio BWA, Wroclaw 2013 awarded in the Printmaking competition, Academy of Fine Arts, Wroclaw 2012 Apoptozis (group exhibition), Studio BWA, Wroclaw, curator Magdalena Zięba-Grodzka 2011 The Lodgers (group exhibition), Agora Cultural Center, Wroclaw, curator Magdalena Zięba-Grodzka 2010 awarded in the illustration competition for an edition of Brian Patten’s book Jumping Mouse, Academy of Fine Arts, Wroclaw

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