Ant Łakomsk
January 25 - February 24, 2023

Empty forms demand completion. Pleats need ironing. The persistent need for organizing space and the duty of productivity become even more intense in the office. Grids and lines hold potential meaning, yet it's difficult to decipher without clues, traces of someone's work. As if someone lost the document before filling it out. An oversized sheet has fallen out of a gigantic clutch bag.


In such a form, the defined closed structure seems to oppose an unlimited array of associations, seeking similarities in shapes of things vastly different from each other. At its source lies an attempt to build matter from the simplest elements. Like an automatically executed geometric drawing, sometimes the result of boredom or chance. 


Grid, lattice, line. Vertical or horizontal axes organize the environment. Sometimes they provide a sense of complete freedom, sometimes they impose rigor. It's a puzzle, like an infinite Sudoku board without any clues.  


Franciszek Smoręda 


Ant Łakomsk - born in 2001 in Toruń, lives and works in Warsaw. In her artistic practice, she uses painting, sculpture, and spatial installations. She is interested in cultural clichés, engaging in the recovery of subjectivity depicted in them. In her practice, equally important is the search for poetics in seemingly trivial elements of reality. She creates abstract works focused on evocative creation of meanings and associations using the simplest forms. In 2022, her works were exhibited in "Ventriloquism" by Kunszt Grupa, Warsaw, and at the opening of "The Discomfort of Evening" at Zachęta - National Gallery of Art, Warsaw. She is currently completing her studies at the Faculty of Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, under the supervision of Dr. Wojciech Bąkowski.

SOON_67 - Ant Łakomsk
SOON_67 - Ant Łakomsk
SOON_67 - Ant Łakomsk
SOON_67 - Ant Łakomsk

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