R A N D O M U N I V E R S E S
In this series I only use found, recycled and handmade materials, such as leftover wooden details, found objects, second hand fabrics, anonymous paintings, unfolded boxes, home-cooked paint, earth pigments. Things begin their new circle. The project states my concern about material use and the role of the ertist in the creative process.
The shape of “Random Universes” is irregular, which is caused by different length of found wooden bars, which were cut just a little and jointed randomly. Canvas is made from second-hand linen. Paint is cooked in the kitchen from milk and soda. Final outline of the canvas provides a framework for a “journey with a pencil” from corner to corner of the painting surface. New lines and shapes sequentially create a system of “Random Universes”. Spontaneity and randomness are important words to describe this work. Neither shape nor image is planned in advance, they happen organically in a process. Project has a zero waste: every tiny piece left after laying-out was involved in small sculptures generating.
Random Universe #3
casein gesso, paint and graphite on linen
110 x 90 cm
There works made on "found objects" - shaped polywood left after some construction works in town, pieces of wood from the basement of an old factory buiding, unoflded boxes from food. An existing shape cooperates with an artist, who became a co-creator with someone who purposly or not created this shapes.
casein gesso on shaped found plywood
c/a 330 x 140 cm