Strelitzia flower, oil on canvas, 155 x 115 cm              

The Game, diptych, oil on canvas, 155 x 115cm

Image Desires. I often indulge in the looping activities of daily posting and sharing of information and images online. In the paintings I do not present these activities exactly, rather I reach for the simplest representation of behaviour: copy-paste, repeat, copy-paste, repeat, copy-paste, repeat.

Patterns are produced by a commonly available online generator and then manipulated and translated onto canvas. Each of the paintings in this series presents repetitions of shapes on a mirror-image basis, which paradoxically allow for certain deviations considering both precision and errors.

Infinite pattern generation has its pros and cons. New logos and elements are created continuously and the machine is never short of ideas and inspiration, which is exciting. On the other hand, the alternatives proposed by the machine are excellent but cold. They are the result of an artificial synthesis that has nothing to do with authenticity or with traditional methods of learning passed down from generation to generation.

In the exhibition we have proliferation, repetition, morphing, spamming, contextual changes and many other desires of the image itself.

The solo exhibition in 2022 is part of a diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts, Faculty of Painting, under the direction of Prof. Wojciech Zubala and Dr. Jan Mioduszewski. Presented in the space Mysia 3

Turns in pink, oil on canvas, 135 x 145 cm

Repetition in yellow, oil on canvas, 130 x 145 cm

Vertical repeat, oil on canvas, 165 x 120 cm

Morphing animation generated by AI, loop - 0:15

Taking shape, digital print on fabric, 190 x 148cm

Spatial objects appearing in space are produced as "puzzles" with the possibility of infinite generation of their final form.