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Some Kind Of Nature | Streets Art Festival

Post by on 13 July 2016

This exhibition was part of the project shown in Streets Festival 2016, which took place in Remscheid, Germany in 1-3 July 2016.
Title: Some Kind Of Nature / Pewien Rodzaj Natury
Material: Concrete, steel, organic matter and various plants.
Project and realization by Przemysław Wańczyk.

The pine sapling was casted in concrete from the forest in the Tatra Mountains in Zakopane, the beech sapling was from the forest in the outskirts of Remscheid. The third element was found in a forest in Remscheid. All the plants were growing during the exhibition and after the closing of the festival they were planted in the forest in Remscheid. The remaining pots casted from the plants as well as the found object are shown in Dune Concept Store in Honsberg.

The Festival had a massive number of international artist participating, showing and creating. For more information please check on Insblaue, which organized the Festival and Zakopane Wild Art for the works of Polish artists.

Photos by Zakopane Wild Art and Philip Weiger, July 2016

Zakopane Wild Art Project

Post by on 26 May 2016

Zakopane Wild Art is an independent project of young artists, who want to create, promote, share and develop contemporary art in many interdsciplinary forms. The main project partner is Insblaue, a group of international young artists creating ephemerical and multimedial installations. Zakopane Wild Art consist of a continous series of pop-up exhibitions, meetings and actions in different galleries and other less obvious locations, happening in Zakopane, Kraków, Remscheid (Germany) and elsewhere.

Przemyslaw Wanczyk is one of the co-funders of the project, one of the co-organizers of the exhibitions and participant of the actions. During the first edition of the project (April 2016, Zakopane), Przemyslaw presented “Subtlety”, 14 kt golden finger-cuffs, featured on realistic concrete hands. The finger-cuffs are a completely working object and come in a set with a golden key. They are adjustable and can be worn in many different ways, as an elegant wearable jewellery set of rings and/or as a statement piece. The work is a comment on the current situation of democracy, human rights and personal freedom.

Check all the current events of the Zakopane Wild Art Project

Found Objects | The Process

Post by on 19 May 2016

Found Objects Collection. A film by Jan Wierzejski.
Jewellery: Przemysław Wańczyk
Director / scenario: Jan Wierzejski
Pictures: Jan Wierzejski
Music: Tomasz Gumiela
Music realization: Kamil Kęska
Sound: Jan Wierzejski
Timelaps: Józek Krzeptowski
Featuring: Przemyslaw Wanczyk, Sylwia Nożyńska