Marta Krześlak uses video, collage, miniature motors, and found materials to create kinetic spatial installations. She is fascinated by the idea that recalled and imagined landscapes can evoke memories, and believes in the absurdity of their causality. Krześlak experiments with scale and kitsch aesthetics while working with pre-existing ideas such as popular subjects or abandoned artifacts. Her work questions one’s perspective and raises issues about the shifting frame of reference in the universe.
Marta Krześlak has exhibited work at Zachęta National Gallery Project Room, Warsaw; Gdansk City Gallery; and Muzeum of Art, Łódź, among others.martakrzeslak.com
Residents from Poland
Flurin Bisig explores various ways of working in drawing, collage, and sculpture using materials such as paper, wood, aluminum, and marble. His process of finding forms includes contemporary song lyrics, literature, contemplation of works from art history, observation of everyday movements, and architectonic constructions. Using photography, he expands his scope of impressions and creates an additional, concrete reference to the exterior world.
Flurin Bisig has exhibited work at TICK TACK, Antwerp; Grisons Museum of Fine Arts, Chur, Switzerland; and Kunstmuseum Luzern, Switzerland, among others.