“No Space” Series of art collaborations initiated by the isolation during the covid - 19 pandemic. The works reflect on individual experience of isolation and intimate interaction between people, places, objects and different matters. The works were realised in private art studios, as well as in the space of Uillinn West Cork Art Centre in Skibbereen, Ireland, as part of art residency 2020. The project has been supported by the Covid-19 supportive Arts Council Funding.
“Dimensions of Text” series of works created over a period of 19 years, exploring the idea of thought taking the shape of a word, verbal expression or being transformed into text. The works observe the form, structure, social function and meaning of verbal expression, text and sign. They question the identity and the origin of a language.
“Areas of Presence” Our identity for each of us means something else, opens up a question how deep can we reach to discover t he layers which hide the life force which we identify our selves with. The work was initiated during an art residency and exhibition in “The Guesthouse” Cork City, Ireland, in the year 2017. The works explore the relationship between one’s inner identity and one’s perception of one’s self in a physical space.
“Neomorph” 2016, Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen, Ireland. An exhibition which explored different perspectives created by the appearance of the new Arts Centre in Skibbereen, its physical and sociological influence. The exhibition combined different observations, through photography, sound and animation.
“Communication Beyond Sound” 2014 was an art interaction with the deaf community from Cork City, Ireland. The objective of the process was to initiate a form of visual dialogue and to create a bridge between the deaf and the hearing world with the use of photography, performance, video and sound. Exhibited in Skibbereen 2015 and Cork City 2016.
“Metaphor” 2003, Center of Polish Sculpture Orońsko, Poland - Triennale of Young Artists. A light conduit made from delicate transfusive plastic. Inside, the only one unblocked sky light window was letting in light filtered through ultramarine filters. It’s very delicate physicality created a powerful presence, directing the light into the gallery. People were welcome inside to look at the passing clouds, birds crossing the visible share of the sky and changes of light, as the setting sun was leaving the metaphor.
© Tomasz Madajczak