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War games 3 Painting

Wiola Ujazdowska

Iceland

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 45 W x 37 H x 1 D in

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War games is a series of paintings inspired by old photos of female soldiers from different regimes such as Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany. Forms of the photos are being transform into abstractive and decorative motives. This series is a deconstruction of a war traumas as well deconstruction of nobility of soldier posed photos and title is also referring to the game - in this series canvas is a battlefield between abstract forms and realism or traumatic connection to the war and all of it traumatic experiences. on purpose paintings are decorative - such as in a culture being women, often being valued by their appearance.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:45 W x 37 H x 1 D in

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I am a young polish based in Iceland (since 2014) artists. In my artistic research i am trying to analyze and present anthropological, philosophical and social issues that i am at particular moment straggling or fascinated with. It is hard to put a label on my art. I prefer to be honest and curious. Art for me is searching/researching, asking questions rather than answering them. Whispering instead of screaming. My current research is dual. One patch is focused on emigration/ migration in Nordic Europe especially of young slavic and balkan people and it impact mostly into immigrants bodies their identity and perception of figure “home/heima”. Also I am researching my hometown in Poland where over 20 % people experienced different forms of emigration ( themselves or close relatives) with the same methodology. Other path is mostly focus on deconstructions - it can be a deconstruction of medium ( painting), psychological phenomenon such as memory, trauma etc. or body and gender.


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