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ŻAK | BRANICKA

Marlena Kudlicka | Elements of Peaceful Engagement
(16.09.2017 - 18.11.2017)




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          ŻAK | BRANICKA
          Monika Branicka
 
          Lindenstr. 35
          10969 Berlin
          Deutschland
 
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493061107375
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Die Adresse der Ausstellung lautet:
 ŻAK | BRANICKA
Lindenstr. 35
Tel.:493061107375
 10969 Berlin

Beschreibung der Ausstellung:
 ŻAK | BRANICKA is happy to announce the new solo
exhibition of Marlena Kudlicka, marking this as the artist’s
solo debut in the new space of the gallery.

The exhibition Elements of Peaceful Engagement is an
attempt to redefine the concept of sculpture in light of
questions relating to the physical and mental process of its
creation and its relation to space. The title refers to a
person’s character or a strategic system that merges with
an office’s style, which in turn, tailors a decision making
process. The series of sculptures and sculptural collages
created by Marlena Kudlicka take the viewer back to the
avant-garde tradition of constructivism and the subsequent
practice of the Polish avant-garde. Nevertheless, in her
way of understanding the particularity of sculpture and its
function in space, the artist draws more deeply from the
history and tradition of this medium.

Marlena Kudlicka’s work is based on the space she
describes as the “container of counterpoints”. She sees it
as an objective frame, such as a grid or a technical
drawing. Enriched nonetheless by a formal artistic gesture,
her perception takes on a subjective nature. The space
around Kudlicka’s sculpture thus becomes a place of
mental processes – projection, communication, reception –
and the so-called counterpoints that form space become
the bases of the mechanisms of understanding and of
action of the human being in space.

The universal language of mathematics used by the artist
captures space in a perceptible form, showing the
dynamics that occur between the work and the viewer.
This process named by Robert Morris “the present tense of
space” emphasizes the immediacy of its experience and
the consciousness of its reception.

Kudlicka’s works rethink form as a technical protocol,
where numbers and other mathematical symbols explain
the parameters of a given idea. Like an identification plate,
the sculpture explains the origin and the meaning of the
artistic gestures and the decisions contained in the closed
space of the exhibition space.

based in Anna Tomczak’s text for the exhibition sugar in
the ashes. Official Capacity at LaBF 15, Lyon, FR

Opening: September 15, 2017, 6 - 9 pm

_______________________________________________

Marlena Kudlicka (b.1973 in Poland) lives and works in
Berlin. Her works have been exhibited in international
institutions such as the MWM in Wroclaw (2016), the
Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten in Marl (2016), the
Kunstmuseum Bochum (2016), the Museum of
Contemporary Art in Zagreb (2016), the Zacheta National
Gallery in Warsaw (2015), the Museum of Modern Art Lodz
(2014) or the CGAC in Santiago de Compostela (2012).
She also had residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts
in Paris, the Schloss Solitude Akademie in Stuttgart and
the International Residency Program Location One in New
York, among others.

Image credits: Marlena Kudlicka, f=different Y%, 2017,
powder coated steel, glass, 28 x 54 x 12 cm © the artist,
courtesy ŻAK | BRANICKA
 
 ŻAK | BRANICKA is happy to announce the new solo exhibition of Marlena Kudlicka, marking this as the artist’s solo debut in the new space of the gallery. The exhibition Elements of Peaceful Engagement is an attempt to redefine the concept of sculpture in light of questions relating to the physical and mental process of its creation and its relation to space. The title refers to a person’s character or a strategic system that merges with an office’s style, which in turn, tailors a decision making process. The series of sculptures and sculptural collages created by Marlena Kudlicka take the viewer back to the avant-garde tradition of constructivism and the subsequent practice of the Polish avant-garde. Nevertheless, in her way of understanding the particularity of sculpture and its function in space, the artist draws more deeply from the history and tradition of this medium. Marlena Kudlicka’s work is based on the space she describes as the “container of counterpoints”. She sees it as an objective frame, such as a grid or a technical drawing. Enriched nonetheless by a formal artistic gesture, her perception takes on a subjective nature. The space around Kudlicka’s sculpture thus becomes a place of mental processes – projection, communication, reception – and the so-called counterpoints that form space become the bases of the mechanisms of understanding and of action of the human being in space. The universal language of mathematics used by the artist captures space in a perceptible form, showing the dynamics that occur between the work and the viewer. This process named by Robert Morris “the present tense of space” emphasizes the immediacy of its experience and the consciousness of its reception. Kudlicka’s works rethink form as a technical protocol, where numbers and other mathematical symbols explain the parameters of a given idea. Like an identification plate, the sculpture explains the origin and the meaning of the artistic gestures and the decisions contained in the closed space of the exhibition space. based in Anna Tomczak’s text for the exhibition sugar in the ashes. Official Capacity at LaBF 15, Lyon, FR Opening: September 15, 2017, 6 - 9 pm _______________________________________________ Marlena Kudlicka (b.1973 in Poland) lives and works in Berlin. Her works have been exhibited in international institutions such as the MWM in Wroclaw (2016), the Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten in Marl (2016), the Kunstmuseum Bochum (2016), the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb (2016), the Zacheta National Gallery in Warsaw (2015), the Museum of Modern Art Lodz (2014) or the CGAC in Santiago de Compostela (2012). She also had residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, the Schloss Solitude Akademie in Stuttgart and the International Residency Program Location One in New York, among others. Image credits: Marlena Kudlicka, f=different Y%, 2017, powder coated steel, glass, 28 x 54 x 12 cm © the artist, courtesy ŻAK | BRANICKA



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