ACT in the red water
Malina Wieczorek's conceptual painting finds answers to who we are in emotions. Although we call it "painting", Malina actually draws with a brush. These are drawn pictures. Worn backgrounds, always a contour, gray paint and a lot of free space for free associations. The backgrounds on which the shapes appear are usually red, brick red, orange, or gray. A gray outline on a gray background is practically the ideal of imperceptible painting.
There are some contradictions in her work. He uses strong colors but doesn't really want it to be visible. Strong colors are not her ideal. But then again, how can you talk about feelings and emotions without using contrasting colors?
|Dimensions||Height 20 cm x Width 20 cm x Depth 2 cm.|