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The artwork was presented at:
- NORDART 2017 (Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany) /ongoing)/ with dr KAMILA TUSZYŃSKA

- PARIS FASHION WEEK (France), 
- WATOU ART FESTIVAL / Kunstenfestival Watou (Belgium).

The installation (height 210 cm) is made of acrylic, polyester, fabric, jewelry, hair, plastic bottles, rubber teats
"Look at Me" is a plastic sculpture the form of which refers to the Capitoline Wolf.

Little is left, however, from the symbol of the god of war, Mars. The new She-wolf, conquered by Western culture, has lost her natural instincts. Wearing make-up, slimmed down and sucked out. Made by the modern canon of beauty generated by mass culture. Although this over two-meter body suggests maternal availability, it turns out to be devoid of milk. The contemporary Wolf feeds us only with vanity. 

The idea behind the "Look at Me" project is a constant metamorphosis. As a fashion icon, the Wolf in each successive point shows the latest trends in clothing and make-up, she changes her hairstyles and accessories (e.g. jewelry).

"Look at Me (new Capitoline Wolf)" was the inspiration for a collection by Polish fashion and interior designer Maciej Zień, who included Wocial’s sculpture in the scenery of his fashion shows and reproduced images of the wolf on dresses and shirts.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Look_at_Me_(new_Capitoline_Wolf)

Main fot. Hanna Kremp (NordArt 2017)
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Look at Me (new Capitoline Wolf) Sculpture

Pawel Wocial

Poland

Sculpture, Acrylic on Other

Size: 30 W x 83 H x 126 D in

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The artwork was presented at: - NORDART 2017 (Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany) /ongoing)/ with dr KAMILA TUSZYŃSKA - PARIS FASHION WEEK (France), - WATOU ART FESTIVAL / Kunstenfestival Watou (Belgium). The installation (height 210 cm) is made of acrylic, polyester, fabric, jewelry, hair, plastic bottles, rubber teats "Look at Me" is a plastic sculpture the form of which refers to the Capitoline Wolf. Little is left, however, from the symbol of the god of war, Mars. The new She-wolf, conquered by Western culture, has lost her natural instincts. Wearing make-up, slimmed down and sucked out. Made by the modern canon of beauty generated by mass culture. Although this over two-meter body suggests maternal availability, it turns out to be devoid of milk. The contemporary Wolf feeds us only with vanity. The idea behind the "Look at Me" project is a constant metamorphosis. As a fashion icon, the Wolf in each successive point shows the latest trends in clothing and make-up, she changes her hairstyles and accessories (e.g. jewelry). "Look at Me (new Capitoline Wolf)" was the inspiration for a collection by Polish fashion and interior designer Maciej Zień, who included Wocial’s sculpture in the scenery of his fashion shows and reproduced images of the wolf on dresses and shirts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Look_at_Me_(new_Capitoline_Wolf) Main fot. Hanna Kremp (NordArt 2017)

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Sculpture:Acrylic on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:30 W x 83 H x 126 D in

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Pawel Wocial is a Polish sculptor, designer and scenographer, installation, object and video artist. His artworks were presented among others in Monaco, London, Venice, Berlin, Paris or Wien. Wocial realized dozens of international individual and collective exhibitions, with artists like: Banksy, Peter Weibel, David Černý, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Marina Abramović, Tracey Emin, Magdalena Abakanowicz Erwin Wurm, Li Hui, Franz Ackermann and others. His works were presented, for example, at Contemporary Venice in Italy, at Watou Art Festival in Belgium, at NordArt in Germany, Paris Fashion Week or in the ZKM Centre for Art and Media Technology in Karlsruhe in Germany (the sculpture realized with the support of Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk). Wocial’s works are in private collections in Monaco, USA, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Australia, Greece, UK, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium and many others. Paweł Wocial and dr Kamila Tuszyńska are the independent art collective Wocial-Tuszyńska and they create contemporary sculptures, installations, objects, videos and drawings. Their first joint work, sculpture 2 Lights, was presented at the international art fair Art Market Budapest 2016 and their first joint solo show was in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

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