(Wednesday), 6 PM, exhibition space, level 0, admission free
Apart from charcoal drawings, spatial objects and sound, Jarosław Grulkowski’s exhibition features one of the artist’s many black notebooks. It offers the rare opportunity of taking a peek at the practice of an artist who is otherwise invisible in his works. Another opportunity will be the meeting with Grulkowski held within the space of the exhibition, which will be moderated by Przemek Pintal, a multimedia artist, head of the Chair of Drawing at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Wrocław and chairman of Think Tank Lab Triennial. The confrontation of the different definitions of drawings and contradictory artistic attitudes will be a chance to derive surprising conclusions and cast a fresh look at Jarosław Grulkowski’s practice.
You are most welcome to talk with the artist during the meeting or leave your questions in the special box at the exhibition.
Jarosław Grulkowski was born in Oleśno in 1983. From 2004 to 2009 he studied at the Department of Graphic Arts of the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Wrocław. He graduated with honours from Prof. Andrzej Basaj’s Studio of Chalcographic Techniques and Prof. Eugeniusz Get-Stankiewicz’s Studio of Professional Drawing. Since 2009 he has been employed at his alma mater, at I Studio of Painting and Drawing no. 207, run by Prof Wojciech Lupa. In his artistic practice he reflects on natural phenomena, the dynamics of natural processes, and the multiplication of basic forms. He works in painting and drawing. He lives and works in Wrocław.
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