Ludwika Ogorzelec What you sculpt? – Space.
This is the choice made by the Polish artist Ludwika Ogorzelec there are now thirty years working space, analyze, recreate to bring the viewer to perceive that n ‘ is not visible. Creativity materializes in delicate structures and airy, even air, all braided lines, seeming sometimes suspended. Regardless of the material used, wood, glass, metal or cellophane, she has developed throughout his artistic poetic original space. Far as to consider a vacuum or an insulating screen, she sees foremost a volume. These lines, which delimit fragments, cells, components can also suggest areas of energy flows in the cycle as Space Crystallization.
“Space Crystallization “cycle at Islip Art Museum , Long Island, NY State USA, 2000, wood
“Space Crystallization “cycle in Bernhold Kulisz park, Vienna , Austria, 6km cellophane line (2004)
“Space Crystallization ” cycle on Sabine Riedel house roof, 4km cellophane line (2004)
“Space Crystallization “cycle at Nancy Margolis Gallery in Chelsea, NYC, USA 9km of cellophane line (2005)
“Space Crystalization “cycle at National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland, 15 km cellophane line (2006)
“Atlantyda” from “Space Crystalization” Royal Botanical Garden in Hamilton, Canada 2008,17-km cellophane line
“Breathing Claud” from “Space Crystallization” cycle at the Exeter Castle, UK, 2011
site specific sculpture created by balancing tension cellophane line across space
Mix media ( 9 km cellophane line)
“stratification” from ” Space Crystallization”cycle Wroclaw, Poland March 2012
“Stray Claud” from “Space Crystallization” cycle at Hallera Garden in Wroclaw , Poland 2012. glass and steel line
Space Crystallization”cycle at the Artists place in Kielce, Poland 2012 , 28km cellophane line
“Space Crystallization”cycle at the Artists place in Kielce, Poland 2012 , 28km cellophane line