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BARBARA GRYKA 
Collection - Basia Gryka's Lesson
December 5 - December 24, 2021

Please feel invited to my world through the SOON_ project. I have prepared a class on the artistic works from the Collection. With a childlike gesture, I have transferred selected paintings to kites. Each of the quoted artists has been given a tie: a colourful attribute, which can function as a skipping rope, a cord, or a clothesline during a game or play. 

 

The artists represent the generations of my grandmother and my mother. 

 

I wondered whether I, as a young female artist, would be able to skip the gender gap, just like when skipping rope. 

 

While using the convention of the first classes and gestures noticed in children, I treat work as a play:
a way to begin a discussion, opening to changes.

 

Basia Gryka 

 

Barbara Gryka – an artist from the village of Końskowola (Poland), born in 1992. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Faculty of Media Art. In 2019, she was awarded her diploma in Mirosław Bałka’s Studio of Spatial Activities. Her practice consists of performative activities. She presented her pieces e.g. in the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw; Meet Factory Prague; Labyrinth Gallery, Lublin; Arsenal Gallery, Białystok; Wrocław Contemporary Museum; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Petah Tikva Museum of Art; Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. She was a resident at Residency Unlimited, New York, MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Atelierhaus Salzamt, Linz, Meet Factory, Prague. She works in Lublin and Warsaw.

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