"The Reboot of Digisour", Bartosz Sikorski exhibition, which is now being exposed in Szczecin Filharmonic Gallery POZIOM 4, can be seen without leaving home. Starting from 19th January we would like to invite you for a 3D walk around the Gallery Poziom 4 to meet with the artist’s works.
Bartosz Sikorski’pieces of art result from the tight connections of music and visual arts. The works of Sikorski are the effects of recognition and understanding of the resemblance between the structures of musical or visual pieces of work and the ways of creating them. For instance, the brush marks creating the vertical planes on the canvas are compared to the moves of the bow bringing the sound out of the double bass.
On the The Reboot of the Digisaur” exhibition we can find such pieces of works as: the polyptychs created as the installations which are made from paintings-totems supporting the walls; sound compositions, sound-art installations, video projections and sound installations as well. Worth mentioning is the fact that on that exhibition we can also admire the premiere of "Kanalizacja Tłumiona" 24 audio channel sound sculpture.
The virtual 3D walk around the Gallery Poziom 4, where the Sikorski works are presented, can be taken from 19th January. More details regarding the access to the 3D gallery will be given soon.
In the meantime we are more than pleased to invite you for the meeting with the artist. Bartosz Sikorski himself was so kind to tell us about his works of art.
Bartosz Sikorski (born in 1974)- a visual artist, known from using various media, a composer, a double bass musician. He studied in Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin (Universität der Künste) and Academy of Berlin Filharmonic Orchestra(Orchester-Akademie der Berliner Philharmoniker) and Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna (Akademie der bildenden Künste in Wien – graduated in 2012). Since 2012 he has been running an independent Suterena Art Atelier famous for modern art. He was born in Bytom . He lives and works in Vienna now.
Organizer: Filharmonia im. Mieczysława Karłowicza w Szczecinie
Coorganizers: TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki w Szczecinie, Akademia Sztuki w Szczecinie
Partner: The Austrian Cultural Forum
Art Curator: Stanisław Ruksza