Przemysław Piński 
February 29 - March 20, 2020

The composition assembled of simplified forms alludes to the project title. It provokes the question about the challenges brought about by the contemporary civilisation. Will the human become a cyborg or preserve the entirely biological form? Colourful silhouettes from the painting, unaware of the threats, contend with this problem metaphorically. Shapes that resemble humans or nothing known to us so far form an abstract composition from afar. This device suggests that our everyday concerns become less noticeable from a perspective. Painting often beats the reality owing to its positive energy of colours.

I think that plastic arts are becoming a substance that brings happiness. They can be a solution for the dilemmas of the contemporary humankind. If the technological advancement, the development of artificial intelligence will be accompanied by introduction of aesthetic values to our everyday life, we will surely survive as a civilisation. Probably even many of the destructive substances, such as petroleum, greenhouse gases and many more, will be successfully replaced with the healing energy of art! The clock will start ticking backwards and we will manage to force petroleum back underground...

Ready, set, go, Earthlings!

Przemysław Piniak


Przemysław Piński – born in Szczecin in 1986; a student of Painting at the University of the Arts Poznan, defended his Bachelor’s thesis at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. Painter, futurologist, performer. Affiliated with the Łęctwo gallery in Poznań. At present participating in the Masters’ Atelier project with Joanna Rajkowska at the BWA Wrocław gallery. Distinguished in the Young Wolves competition in Szczecin. Busy with creating visions aimed to collapse the spacetime. Described them in an audio drama created for Zachęta – National Gallery of Art in Warsaw in August 2019.

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