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Karolina Bielawska 

A Mirage 

November 29 - December 23, 2016

A mirage, which consists in a seeming appearance of many changing images in the air, can be seen mainly in the desert (or sea). This subtle illusion changes the perception of reality. Disturbed perception facilitates the functioning in a fictional world. 


The painting installation “A Mirage” was made of polyurethane foam. This cheap construction material, which seems to contrast with the building’s interior, has gained a new countenance thanks to the acquired aesthetic values. The organicity and gentle structure of the entire composition differs from the sharp elements of Spectra’ architecture and thus appeases the space and calms down its visitors. The work, on the one hand, brings primary forms of existence into mind, and on the other hand, it resembles a constellation or a galaxy. It is a game of appearances which depends on the recipient’s perception. 


The light blue line visible in the piece refers to the unlimited horizon, the wish to go beyond one’s microcosm.


Karolina Bielawska – born in 1986; a graduate of the Faculty of Media Art, the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Awarded her diploma in the Studio of Painting Space run by Leon Tarasewicz and Paweł Susid in 2015. It was later selected for the exhibition “Coming Out – The Best Diplomas of the Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw 2015” and the international project “Hosted Simply” in Vienna (2016). A finalist of the Hestia Artistic Journey 2015 and the 2nd Competition What an Art! Young Polish Painting 2016. Cooperated with the Zachęta Project Room as organiser of exhibitions and curator of artistic actions in the period 2012-2016.


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