• Saatchi Art Artist Fryderyk Danielczyk; Photography, “INTERPRETATION OF DAILY FACTS. MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES. EMOGRAPHS.” #art
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    INTERPRETATION OF DAILY FACTS. MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES. EMOGRAPHS. The series of works consists of the beginning (cover) and seven diptychs (fourteen works). All works are packed in a box of size: 103cm x 54cm x 68cm. The box is made of ash wood, 8-12% of moisture content, finished in matt oil based on natural Chinese oils, honey-coloured. Original leather in the upper right corner. Each photography is put into a case of size: 60cm x 51cm x 4,5cm, made of acid-free cardboard, covered with linen produced from pure linen yarn. Works are additionally protected by foil packaging. A detailed description of each work is screen printed on the back of the case. Emographs title is on the front. The series of works is supplemented by a book bearing the same title, it's a theoretical part and it helps to understand and interpret the time, events and people engaged in the making of the series. The box can be used for transporting and storing the series.
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Size: 18.9 H x 45.7 W x 1.6 in

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Photography: Black & White, Paper, Wood and Glass on Cardboard, Glass, Paper and Wood.

Diptych no. 2

Every single night for ten years...

- author Fryderyk Danielczyk
- one of the works from diptych no. 2
- place - Gołdap
- limited edition 7 pcs
- number ?/7
- made from negatives
- original prints, Baryte paper
- black-and-white photographs
- Silver Gelatin Print
- original frames made of beech wood - 8-12% of moisture content, covered with matte oil based
on natural Chinese oils, natural wood colour, title laser engraved in the lower right corner
- backings made of acid-free cardboard with neutral pH adhesive and alkaline buffer, durable,
without any optical brighteners. The board meets the requirements of ISO 9706 and PAT
(Photography Archival Test) standards, obverse and reverse –
original screen printing in the upper right corner
- date of making the negatives 2010
- date of making the prints 2010
- original prints 39cm x 49cm
- prints don't have direct contact with the glass and frame
- signed on the reverse with a pencil
- fine art photographs
- the price of the series is 150000 $

Emographs are very personal but they are still photography, a heavily condensed emotional bomb that gives no rest for a longer time (only for a while).
Sometimes it happens long before our decision to photograph "her".
"SHE" lives her own life, without asking anybody permission to appear here or there.
But she often explodes the moment we are not ready and we don't have any tools to record reality (a camera for example).
They live (the emographs I mean) their own lives and evolve around us all the time, we only need to make a little effort to see them.
Emographs are not always a hypocritical
picture of the people we live with, they are often forced behaviours imposed by other people because of envy and greed.
We are the creators of these behaviours and we must live with them, whether we want it or not.
While moving from one person to another, Emographs shape themselves and we can't have constant control over them. They are common, unwanted children nobody accepts as their own or children left at the mercy of their fate long time ago.
Time is ticking away relentlessly. There comes a period of reckoning and uninvited discussions on what we could have and should have done, what we managed to do and what we didn't.
An examination of conscience and the overall assessment that yields a negative result provide an obvious impulse to do something. But what for?
It's impossible to erase the numerous, blank pages from the memory, there are too many of them.

We often observe other people's lives but without thinking about the sense of existence, we only try to find our own place in the long row of
Orphaned emographs wander further to find their parents, in vain and in despair, crying
for help.
Discarded, they often become instruments of power in the wrong hands.
THEY know what is good and what is bad, as every human in this world.
Yet, we - so much blinded by our own needs and the urge to possess as much as possible, we not always use the common sense and we don't
consider others when making decisions.
Emographs are a repository of knowledge and inexhaustible energy that waits to release its
emotions at a particular moment and place.
They glance at the world and try to find their own place in it. They are a reversed picture of a battered soul of everyone of us. With time they become wiser and they start to take control over all that we do. During their wandering they carefully observe and absorb all that happens on their way.
They may be cheerful and smiling.
Emographs are an emotional record of the
reality in a given moment. Prisoned and tangled with all that we do, they take a physical shape that to a certain extent is our reflection.
They are a schizophrenic and mutated mirror image of our souls. Greed and envy, which we can't get rid of, are the sources of our destruction and lack of control. The urge to prove everyone that we are the most important...

Keywords: People, Surrealism, Dada, Culture, Death, Expressionism, Baryte Paper, Frames, Silver Gelatin Print, Letter, Mother, Negatives

Subjects: Culture

Styles: Dada, Expressionism, Fine Art, Surrealism, Conceptual

Mediums: Black & White, Paper, Wood, Glass

Materials: Cardboard, Glass, Paper, Wood

Prints: Culture Art Prints, Dada Art Prints, Expressionism Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Black & White Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Wood Art Prints, Glass Art Prints, Cardboard Art Prints, Glass Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Wood Art Prints