According to Aristotle’s thought, objects merge with each other, create new objects, change into other objects. Everything is a great, one substance, inside which are created beings stretched, not separated from each other (always in some kind of relationship). Physics puts it this way: reality – a glass, a Saturn, a rainbow – is a form resulting from a space-time bend. However, if we did not follow the trace of physics, but aesthetics and thought that everything is aesthetics. One is a dynamic Aesthetics within which other Aesthetics act in dependence on each other. Thus, Mateusz Wójcik’s works are the condensed aesthetics of sculpture, which is the condensation of the aesthetics of marble, cast iron, elastane, and which are the condensation of aesthetics themselves: crystalline calcite, uretine blocks, coal… And Michał Matejko’s works are the density of the aesthetics of photography, which is the density of ink, paper… And they mutually derive from the density of grays, whites, sharp edges close to the aesthetics; creating the aesthetics of the exhibition at the “Death of Man” Gallery.
|Artist||Mateusz Wójcik, Michał Matejko|
|Curated by||Kamil #2|
|Index||Mateusz Wójcik Michał Matejko|