by Martyna Pszenniak
A portrait showing a girl slightly bent over, reflecting on something. It is a work in the Surveillance series that deals with problems related to the title it bears. Gently blurred by the way, the dark image focuses on the expression on the main character’s face. This is where the work is most pronounced. We do not know what he is thinking, but we know that it is something extremely important. This is evidenced by her entire posture, but also by our awareness that the painting touches upon the problems of surveillance.
One in the series of works that participated in the Crystal Canvas competition, and exhibited at the Game Industry Conference 2018.
painter and digital artist
Artist born in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Graduate of painting at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. Her areas of artistic interests include painting, computer graphics, experimental techniques of analog photography and reportage photography. She has participated in many displays. Her works were present at such exhibitions as Crystal Canvas Game Graphics – Mediations Biennale in Poznań and at such galleries as Łaźnia Art Gallery in Radom, Omladine House in Belgrade, Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in Krakow.
At the beginning of her journey with art, she was engaged in painting. Back then, she experimented with a tool, often mixed techniques (mixing oil painting with spray paint, reflecting various materials and repetitive patterns), but in the case of her works in the area of digital painting, it is different. Her digital works are inspired mainly by industrial or urban climates in combination with the human individual. It is also important for her to show society through the image of the entity.
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